On Wednesday, March 20, at my job, first thing was to wheel out to the curb the two jam-packed recycling dumpsters for Thursday’s pickup. When at the curb, the wind came up strong, to flip back the lids, 200 8 by 10 inch sheets of office paper flew out to every corner of the compass. I had gone into the building to my janitorial closet to look for something to tie down both lids; I tied together many 13-gallon trash bags to make two ropes. When I came outside, two teenage girls were gathering up the loose sheets, bringing to me to stuff under the lids. Thank you, angels of kindness.

Harold McArthur, Eureka

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