Labor Day weekend is one of the most dangerous on the roads, because of an increase in drunk driving. So be careful out there.
And please remember to drive responsibly. There are no excuses for:
Driving after smoking pot
Driving on drugs or medications that make you drowsy or affect motor coordination and reaction time
Texting and Driving
Calling and Driving
Speeding and being reckless on the road.
Just don't do it!! Your life and the lives of others are at stake.
In 2010, I lost a friend to a drunk, drugged, wrong-way driver. Tom was just 24 years old and left behind a wife and two very young sons. Gone far too soon, because someone was irresponsible.
Another friend lost her husband to a drunk driver over Labor Day two years ago.
Please be careful. And please, bystanders, take those keys or that phone if the need arises!
Love you all and like you alive!!
Learn more about Tom and how to end drunk driving here:
Ending Drunk Driving
Celebrating a Life
Drunk Driving: In Memory of Tom Serewicz
The Thomas J. Serewicz, Sr. Foundation for Kind &Responsible Living remembers Tom’s loving and generous spirit by supporting a variety of charities and hosting an annual memorial picnic.
I met Tom and his wife, Cherise, at the Christian YouthConference at Ocean Park (CYC), when they were teenagers. It was where they met and decided to marry. (I looked after Cherise’s engagement ring once while she was out on a service project doing physical labor.) CYC meets for two weeks every August in Maine and is open to all high schoolers. The 2018 Conference will be August 5-18.
Usually I post a blog about Tom on July 17, the anniversary of the accident. But my blog was on hiatus this year on that date. Hopefully, I am back now for a good run!