Police reported ahead 

Usually when i write on your post my comment turns into a story but , if i may do so and add a comment to adress your story ~ The moral of the story is as i read your story and the attributes of everyday living in the social public atmosphere in concern of people’s well being and safety, my next statement is not written to be taken in the manner of speaking in a bold or in a rude way of my attitude – Sincerely with thee utmost deepest respect my comment reflects on the mannerisms of people need to take control of their own well being in every aspect of daily living in one’s life and use the basic fundamentals of basic logic of maturity will give you the right decision in positive thinking when safety issues come about ~ When we were all born our parents waited in the hospital room and then a nurse rolled you into the room and said best of wishes to the both of you ! As you proceeded to swaddle your baby in a receiving blanket and the parents get ready to take their new baby home the nurse assists the Mother some help to get into the wheelchair, the nurse places the baby in her arms out of the hospital room door as the proud Dad walks beside as they all take a stroll to the elevator then out to the car, as the nurse starts to turn the wheelchair around to bring it back in, and pauses for a moment and sends the parents of on their way, with the kind words of Congratulations with the best of wishes to the both of you for the birth of your new baby ~ The moral of the story is when you plan on having a child and the last stop that the parents make before their trip home is ~ Right there at the entrance to the hospital where you said your goodbyes to your nurse and she didn’t hand you a instruction blueprint manual book of how to take care of your new baby when you get it back home ~ Now there is a new beginning of being mature of self safety awareness that should be passed on to the child as it gets older for their child’s safety and well being, no technology safety devices needed ~ Because we are our own backbone of well being and safety in our lives pass the same standings of safety on too your child so as your child is getting older they are building that strong backbone of safety and well being in their own life.


As a New Yorker, I’m used to scanning ahead. Let me explain myself. I walk everywhere in New York. I walk because I love walking. If you have never walked in New York, do so. Put it on your bucket list of things to do while still on this earth.
Growing up walking throughout the city, made me a particularly vigilant person. I always walked trying to be aware of my surroundings. Even up to three blocks ahead. I would scan the environment. While New York is the safest large city in the US, it is still important to scan and note any irregularities.
I have taken that New York skill set and transferred it well to my new location of Los Angeles. I’ve noticed that not many Angelinos engage in such a behavior. So many walk around here completely oblivious to everything around them. Do you know how many…

View original post 354 more words


1 Comment

  1. Children that are taught for thier parents in a structured atmosphere of daily aspects of safety and well being in their life as a tradition will carry a responsible mannerisms as a child grows older – The moral of the story is we are our own backbone in our life ~ Teach your child the same responsible ways of living for thier well being and safety ~ The true legacy of the story this learning experience will be handed down from one generation to the next generation through the family ! No technology safety child devices needed.

    Liked by 1 person

Leave a Reply

Please log in using one of these methods to post your comment:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s