We like to believe we will always do the right thing — that is, until we don’t.

Last week, a figure leaned against a wall to my right while I was walking into a local restaurant. Even without a direct glance, I could tell the man was bordering between blending into the stucco wall and hoping to get someone’s attention. He was in need but unable to ask.

Leonard Woolsey: 409-683-5207; leonard.woolsey@galvnews.com

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Bailey Jones


Karen Alberstadt

Thank you for the reminder.

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