Seriously, that was her name. Karen. It was printed on her discarded baseball cap that was in the box of assorted trash that she tossed off the Graham Hill Road Bridge over Zayante Creek. There was some paperwork in the box too, which provided a bit more information. I was on the telephone and across the road at the gate of the industrial yard from where I work for part of the week when I saw her drop the box from the Bridge. I could neither yell to her while on the telephone, nor immediately end the call.
I did contact the sheriff though, as I walked across the road after ending the previous call. Prior to the discovery of identifying material, I doubted that anything could be done about the situation. Also, I did not want to trouble anyone with something that nothing could be done about. Nonetheless, I remembered that such crimes, even if minor, should be reported. The deputy who returned my call seemed pleased that I did.
Before I knew her name, I described Karen and what she was wearing. I also tried to describe a gentleman who was with her, but whom I had not seen much of. He walked ahead of her, as if embarrassed to be seen with her. I could not see a car that they drove there with; so they must have walked a considerable distance with the box of trash.
I also described how Karen and the gentleman she was with proceeded in the direction that they were going prior to dropping the box of trash, rather than back the way from which they came. I wondered if they had arrived from that direction previously, walked past, and then delivered the box as they returned. It was perplexing.
Of course, nothing could be done about this incident while it was necessary for deputies to prioritize more significant crimes. The box of trash was small enough to be collected and deposited into a dumpster within the industrial yard. Questions remain though.
Why did Karen drop her box of trash from the bridge?
Does Karen have a means with which to dispose of trash at home?
Did Karen leave the trash there so that homeless people would be blamed for it?
What is with Karen?!
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My intention for this week was to write about why I have not been writing much for this blog, and why I may be writing even less in the future. Ironically, I ran out of time to do so. Well, a lack of time is not the only reason for my inability to compose new articles. There are actually a few other reasons, and not all are ‘bad’. In fact, one reason is a lack of interesting ‘problems’ that I typically wrote about in the past. So many within our Community have so significantly improved their particular situations. Well, for now, I will recycle this old article.