Royal wedding helped raise a smile
YOUR E-MAILS AND TEXTS
IN RESPONSE to R Macfarlane’s letter about mock weddings being held at schools and the educational value of this – my response is: “Smile for goodness sake”. We have so much negativity in this country. I think the wedding was nothing but a good thing. It encouraged people to have street parties, barbecues, and a good time in general. My daughter enjoyed her mock wedding at playgroup. So R Macfarlane, even though he is obviously a bit of a doom and gloomer, should have left the rest of us – especially the kids – to enjoy the occasion.
– K Shaw WELL done to Lindsay Robertson for devoting herself to helping street children in Sierra Leone. The world needs more people who think of others before themselves. Lindsay deserves our support.
– B Thomson
holding mock weddings. The pupils are being taught about the different types of weddings that can be held now and that have been held through the years.
– A Milne
HELPING OTHERS: Lindsay Robertson aids street kids.
I WISH to respond to R Macfarlane’s letter about the educational value of schools