Gilda Siegel was right. Kathryn Cramer was a delight to talk to and always welcoming. The more comfortable changes in the center were greatly appreciated. She even started a permanent book library collection for local authors to donate their books. You’d be surprised with some of the books already included for you to borrow, enjoy and return.
The flack about the condoms was so out of place in these times. Do any of you remember they were called rubbers during World War II when they first made an appearance? Just hearing the word brought giggles back then.
What’s with you people who object to the condoms in the senior bathrooms? We may be old, but we’re not dead yet, as some of you might think. Safe is better for availing ourselves to a God-given right to procreate or enjoy. It’s our choice. For goodness sakes, they teach sex, birth control pills and the use of condoms to school kids. Those who protest too much are either jealous or frustrated.
Just a thought: If I were a genius, would I be the one to tout it?
Phyllis M. Avona, Queensbury