Tri-Bee News • Rachel Harper
Much to be thankful for
Thanksgiving 2012... I hope and pray all my readers have a wonderful Thanksgiving day being with family, friends and those we love and hold dear. Everyone I know is very thankful everyday for just being able to get up in the morning, carry on with their lives, and be able to make a living. After all those storms up North, I am very thankful for a warm house, a good bed, running water and electricity. Here's a little ditty I read one time:
May your stuffing be tasty,
May your turkey be plump,
May your potatoes and gravy have nary a lump.
May your yams be
And your pies take the prize,
And may your
Stay off your thighs!
We are sending out special get-well wishes to Hazel Jordan on the Bethany Road as she had the misfortune to fall last week and break her pelvic bone. She underwent surgery and she is now at the Transitional Unit at Morgan Memorial Hospital where she will continue to recover. Our thoughts and prayers are with her as she recovers.
We also want to sent out special get-well wishes and prayers to Bill Hodges (Boppy, to the Porter boys, Shannon and Chip) as he is at Emory with heart related issues. He will soon undergo by-pass surgery! We all wish him the best in good health.
Tommy and Raynor Cathey attended the musical production of "Spend a While on the Nile," on Wednesday night at Briarlake Baptist Church. All of the Steve Leo family had major parts in the production. Steve protrayed the Captain and Jack and Max had their parts and Heather was one of the director's for the musical.
That's about it for this short week; I'm sure I will have more from all the family gatherings over Thanksgiving! Love and Blessings to all of you from my house to yours!
Printed in the November 22, 2012 edition