2. Always enjoy your sibling, if you have one! (Which was even cuter because his little brother came to our learning center, too!)
3. Always appreciate the moments that made you laugh and smile.
Just a few precious life lessons we learned from our student 💕
There was this absolutely adorable little guy I worked with, and my coworker and I told him we think he is very wise for his age—he’s only 10.
She then asked him, if he could give one piece of advice, what would it be? And we fell in love with his first response so much, that, naturally, we asked for more of his words of wisdom!)
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COLLEYVILLE (CBSDFW.COM) – Plans to expand a road that divides a city, and divided voters, went back in front of the Colleyville city council Tuesday. Some residents were promising not to give in though, even after an effort to limit expansion was defeated in a May referendum.
Council members were set to discuss plans for the four phases of the nearly $20-million project. Some of them include 8-10 foot wide concrete trails, new traffic lanes and engineered drainage. Some residents sought to limit those plans, citing the need to protect properties and the rural nature of the road.
“It failed,” said Bobby Lindamood, who lives off Glade Road. “The resolution failed, but we’re not going to allow them to go outside of what they promised.”
Those promises, Lindamood said, were included on mailers sent out before the May election. A political action committee connected to come council members said the city didn’t need additional property to do the necessary work, with sidewalks.
“We’re going to hold them accountable for what they promised,” he said.
Councilman Chris Putnam said he agreed residents should do just that. He didn’t believe it was possible though, to accomplish the full expansion plans, without affecting some properties.
“At this point it’s really just an opportunity to start the conversation over,” he said. “I hope that we can do that in a civil way, and way that is inclusive of the people that are really impacted and affected by the project.”