I got a letter with my address on it from the Kindergarten Center regarding a child I have never heard of and do not know. So I called the Kindergarten Center and told them about it. They told me my address had been written down as this child's home. I said, "No, that can't be right, I've lived here for over 10 years." They said, "Okay, thanks." And then over the next week to 10 days I get two more letters from the Kindergarten Center considering this child, one of them the child's report card. I've already called and reported this. I thought I had done as good as I could do. I called them, they didn't fix it. I got some kid's report card that the parents are supposed to sign and send back. I feel that I've done my part. Calling SpeakOut is the last word I am having on the matter.
I went to the license bureau in Sikeston Sept. 19 to get my license renewed. There was a young lady that helped me who was very nice. She showed me respect and was very courteous and I would like to thank her. Sometimes when you go into government offices they act like they are doing you a favor by answering a question. If all state and goverment employees would act like this the world would be a better place. There were two other ladies that were there that also were very nice. I just wanted them to know I appreciate them.
The fact is that the vast majority of rapists and child molesters are heterosexual males, not homosexuals. Check it out if you don't believe it.
August 3, I was on my way home and another person failed to stop at an intersection and hit my car totaling it. I had insurance and the other person did not have insurance or a driver's license. The prosecuting attorney for whatever reason had the charges dropped against the other driver and did not file charges. I am now having to pay to have my car fixed as well as all medical bills. Beware when you visit Parma. People will run stop signs and hit you and get away with it.
I would like to speak out about Dr. Theodore Roberts. I am a patient of his and have been for years, and my mentally challenged daughter. I was with him when he had his business down in a basement at Sikeston. He has just been a wonderful doctor, like family. He's been like family and a friend to me, my daughter and the rest of my family. I want to thank him for being there for me and my family, and let him know that he is missed at the office. We miss him, we love him and we truly thank him from the bottom of our heart for taking such good care of us over the years. Our prayers are with him at the time of his illness. Another great big thank you Dr. Roberts. You are one of the best and greatest doctors in the world and we love you.
Thanks to whoever was responsible for the two nice signs that say Welcome to Morehouse, Mo. And also for cleaning up the old station and restaurant out there. It really looks nice. Thank you to whoever was responsible.