They clearly have a problem with homeless folks. (Pretty sad to think of someone having to do laundry in a library sink, actually.) Does your library have issues like this?
Not where I'm at now but the other one was in an area that was a bit larger and more like a city and I know there were several regulars who were just there for the shelter. They were pretty well behaved for the most part but we still had lots of behavior issues to deal with. One of the worst got kicked out and now is a regular at my current place of employment. There are very few public places he's allowed anymore so he has toned himself down somewhat. I know what he did to get kicked out though so I am very on edge with him around. I did catch him watching me from behind a bookshelf while I was working at my desk and apparently I'm the only one who thinks that could spell trouble. He's the one bleak thing in an otherwise perfect job.
Is there anyone else there who can stare back at him? It might make him a bit nervous!Keep the spray handy!
I think he'd probably enjoy it if someone stared at him. I don't have pepper spray but one day I had to stay late to finish some work. No one actually saw him leave that day so I searched all over before everyone else left and kept a can of Pledge handy. LOL
Clean AND shiny! What a deal!
That does sound unsettling, Kelley. I hope this guy finds a new place to hang out.
Just a few more and i'll leave you alone.
No, Todd, they are wonderful! I miss our horse days. Some day I just may start riding again. Woe to the poor horse who has to carry me though! (I almost spelled that "Whoa". LOL).
Great pictures, Todd. You deserve to be proud. Keep these pictures coming!I wish I could predict when my horse will refuse a jump.
Those are great pictures. Blackmare looks like an amazing horse!
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