Thank you to the person who found my ATM card in the machine and took the time to return it to Penn Community Bank, located on Market Street on July 2.
July 20th, 2022
To the people who thank others for buying their meal at a restaurant. Are the people standing outside with their tongues out begging for a free meal? If you go out to eat have money to pay for it. Next thing I will read is someone thanking someone for buying their gas.
Thank you to our friends and neighbors for their continued support of Sellersville Fire Department activities. We had a successful carnival and look forward to seeing you all next year!
July 27th, 2022
Thumbs Down to me for my rude and reactive behavior on July 19th. I got upset with a woman in a supermarket parking lot in Perkasie. I reacted inappropriately, yelling at her from my car and getting into a loud argument with her. My behavior was unnecessary. I handled the situation badly. This isn’t how I act or who I want to be. I’m really sorry to this woman and anyone else who might have overheard us.
To the fisherman at Lake Nockamixon on the evening of July 15, for saving our daughter from drowning when she fell off her paddle board. We are sorry we didn’t get your name. Thank you and many blessings to you and your family, for using your boat to go save her.
To the person who doesn’t understand why someone would thank someone for paying for their meal. Um, what? As someone who has been out to eat with my family (with every intention of paying) and went to pay, only to be surprised by the waitress saying someone already covered my bill. I have to say I’m confused by your Thumbs Down. It’s an ovenruhelming feeling that someone would be so generous. I have also been one to pay for the person behind me in a drive-through. It isn’t that I think they are in the drive through with no intention of paying for themselves (because why would anyone do that), it’s paying it forward for acts of kindness I have experienced myself. I can’t believe that I have to explain this to someone. When a stranger (or someone you know) randomly pays for your meal while you were out, they are being friendly and are probably not even doing it for a thank you (most try to remain anonymous), but you want to be able to thank someone, so some people go to the Penny Power. Then, possibly, the stranger can know what their generosity meant to them and was appreciated. Does that clear it up for you?
Thank you to the nice lady who paid for me and my great granddaughte/s lunch, at Bang Bang Hibachi in Quakertown. God bless you.
To the inconsiderate dirtbag who found my debit card and decided to go on a spending spree instead of returning it to my bank.
To the person or persons that stole my emergency gear toolboxes from my boat. You stole my ability to help other boaters. Please return the toolboxes intact. No one’s backyard is safe anymore!
Big Thumbs Down to the very insensitive person complaining about generous people paying for someone’s meal. It’s nice to see some people have a good heart, unlike this Scrooge.