I see by the news that Andy Griffith has died. He, and his Mayberry shows meant a lot to us. He'll always be seen in that role.
And "Mayberry" has become a part of our language. We picture a small town as a "Mayberry"
But somehow, there are those that feel that there is something wrong with wanting to be part of that small town community. They want their town to grow, progress, be important.
What's wrong with living in a spot "where everybody knows your name?" Do we really need the big city with all it's problems?
Is Progress always a good thing?
We'll always have Mayberry. Thanks Andy!