Q: My wife is so charged up after reading your books, and now she is determined to get us out of debt. I know this is good idea, but I just don’t have the passion for it she does. There are also some things I really don’t want to give up. Do you have some suggestions for getting motivated?
Columns & Letters
Q: When does school start back?
A: Tired of the kids, huh?
Everybody is probably wondering when the summer will end because it’s 1,000 degrees outside. Everyone except for the teachers, that is.
Q: Will the Kids Planet renovations this fall impact the disc golf course at Century Park?
A: Change is on the way for one of Greer’s most beloved parks.
Q: I’ve never hidden debt from my husband, but I do hide money from him on occasion. I don’t hide it for my personal use, but I have been setting money aside for emergencies without his knowledge. He’s not terrible with money, and he works very hard, but he always seems to find something to spend it on.
Q: Is the old Fairview Baptist building going to be demolished?
A: Some of you may have noticed some recent movement at the old Fairview Baptist Church. Located at the corner of Fairview Road and Locust Hill Road, the property has been vacant for sometime.
Q: How do I get my neighbor to quit shooting fireworks?
A: It’s the predicament we all face in early July.
Whether it be premature firework celebrations or lingering, late-night annoyances: some neighbors just can’t do all their celebrating in one day.
Q: Why is Freedom Blast not happening on the Fourth of July?
A: This is a question from somebody who doesn’t like listening to Christmas music before December, isn’t it?
Celebrating holidays early is a good thing, y’all. Who doesn’t like more holiday?
Q: Does the City of Greer really have a recycling program?
On multiple times I have seen trash collectors dump the recycling bin into the regular garbage.
The city does need to do a better job of educating people on recycle.
I have seen greasy pizza boxes and plastic grocery bags in the recycle bins.
Q: Why are there always typos in the newspaper?
A: Well, this is awkward.
We don’t usually like to discuss our mistakes, but I guess we can admit that we are not perfect.
Trust us when we say, nobody hates typos and errors more than we do.
Q: Will parking on Trade Street eventually be paid or timed?