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School run ban may be anti-obesity step too far


So where are the lollipop people who have so securely helped our children cross the roads, for so many years? stopped because the council wants to save money. Well why don't they make them walk in the safety of a responsible adult, even like the crocodile walks that were so famous so many years ago. Oh NO! I forgot you don't want your little prince or princess to get their feet wet, or their head wet before they enter the school. Well I had a school hat, school macintosh, outside shoes, indoor shoes and we had to make do. We had parents in the 50s with no money, or struggling hard to make ends meet, but they passed my sisters clothes to me and mine to my younger sister. We made do, we didn't question, we got on with it. Seems like there are too many princes and princesses who wouldn't know what it was like. Start living kid it's a nasty world out there and the sooner you live up to it, the sooner you'll learn to cope with whatever is handed to you and you will accept it with a smile on your face because you wanted your mum and dad to be proud of you

Posted date

22 June, 2015

Posted time

9:04 pm