Minding manners in a modern age

(Courtesy sarahacala.com)
Mind your P's and Q's. Does anyone say that anymore? It means, mind your manners.
If you think civility has gone out the window, there is a free public lecture in Kamloops on Tuesday night called Living the Golden Rule.
Sara Hacala, the guest speaker, is the author of  "Saving Civility:  52 ways to tame a Rude, Crude and Attitude for a polite planet."
She joined Shelley in studio to talk about manners in this modern age.

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