A couple of weeks ago, I bought two new solar lights and placed them very close to my mother’s headstone. They were out of the way of everything. These were nice solar lights and they were not cheap. On Saturday, June 10, my dad and I visited my mother’s grave at St. Mary’s Catholic Cemetery only to see that they were gone. As I thought they might have been placed in the pile of other items that had been removed from other graves, I went to gather them and bring them home. Well, guess what? They weren’t in the pile with the other solar lights, statues and removed flowers. I’m guessing that “the someone” who removed them thought they were nice enough to steal, but not nice enough to leave by the headstone. By the way, my father bought and paid for that plot. If you can do that in the cemetery, doesn’t it make sense that you should visit homeowners and take your liberties there as well? After all, you might not like what some people elect to have on their lawns. So by all means take them as they might look better on yours.