Do you remember the tv commercial (actually it was a P.S.A.) with the Native American who shed a tear at the thought of littering (or something like that, I barely remember it and am too frustrated with my slow internet to go look it up) from the early 1980's?
My point is simple. Don't litter.
On my walks, I am noticing more and more trash.
Do you walk around your yard picking up trash that others have thrown out their car windows?
I occasionally find trash in the yard. I pick it up and dispose of it properly.
I am very tempted to take a trash bag and walk my route; picking up all the trash that is out there.
Actually, that is a very good idea. Don't be surprised if you come back tomorrow and read a post about me doing just that.
My point is, why aren't the homeowners doing this?
I just do not understand how anyone thinks that trash belongs on the street/sidewalk/yard as opposed to a trash can...
Did you know this was out there?
Please find a trash can.
As the saying goes, this is the only planet we have...