Rutledge News • Lois Harper
Columnist now in therapy for thigh injury
This is Lois checking in away from Rutledge, having to take therapy for an injury to my thigh, which is better now.
I would like to thank everyone for your prayers and visits here. There have been so many wanting me to continue writing, I can only try as possible. Please feel free to contact Madison Health and Rehab at 706-342-3200 and I will set up a time for people to call and give me their news.
Here is some local news: we’re happy Glenda Nelms is doing so well from her latest operations. She is now at her home where she is continuing with therapy.
Sue Youngblood had her birthday with cake, lemonade and cheese puffs Friday here at the Madison Health and Rehab.
Four ladies from Union Springs and Rutledge brought a dynamic message in song and preaching Saturday emphazing the power of God and how He can help in any situation. They sang a special song. “I feel like something waiting for me.” Sunday was a wonderful variety of churches here to visit with the residents.
It was good to sit out in the backyard listening to the birds singing and a squirrel playing, missing my many squirrels in my yard at home. Madison Health and Rehab has a backyard project going where they are looking to improve the backyard with more plants and flowers. If you have any ideas or man power please give me a call and we will greatly appreciate the help.
Printed in the July 26, 2012 edition.