"Every morning when you get up that you have something to do - go ahead whether you like it or not"
Good morning! Yes for instance when I saw the yellow school bus go by this morning. Whoa thatâ€™s a job that requires the correct time where to stop which route etc. Anyway thatâ€™s their duty. No, Iâ€™m not complaining on this Monday morning and indeed no contract was signed, not even from the editor. So what? Well weâ€™re free yet you are always hearing the word or praise becoming more or less addicted. It seems as if thatâ€™s what has happened to Tri-Bee probably if the yellow pad was put out of sight that would help. On this Monday morning no phone calls, not very much activity, yet the football fans, â€œThe Braves.â€� So out here where we can begin to appreciate and enjoy the showers weâ€™ve had. Too a million things to get prepared donâ€™t even give in an inch. Keep physically fit, stay young in spirit, make new friends and fresh â€œin mind.â€� Oh yes, plus the rest of the day will take care of itself. Watch your step! Keep smiling!
The church services at Trinity were well attended at both services on Sunday with a number of visitors. The Awanaâ€™s will soon open up along with another new program that will soon begin pertaining to drug addiction. Classes for this will soon begin with a number of church workers who have attended a number of meetings.
The Trinity Church family extends their sincere sympathy and love to Betty Ingalsbe whose mother, Mary Isbhille, 96, passed away over the weekend. She lived in Marysville, Tennessee. The families have been very close and concerned for quite a while. Marvin and Betty have been so faithful going back and forth, along with their duty with the SOLM.
Sara Moorhead celebrated a very happy 85th birthday just recently. Carolyn and Roger Bruce opened up their house for all the family members. Congratulations to Sara. Bob and Sara stay in tune with the church and community.
The Bearden children enjoyed lunch at the Blue Willow Inn last Wednesday, including Jim and Carrie Bearden, Joyce Bearden, Guy and Elizabeth Thurmond and Mary and Frank Eaton. Also attending were Franklin Eaton of Gainesville, Ms. Stacy Womble of Alpharetta, Wally Womble of Dallas, Ms. Barbara Walker of Atlanta and Ms. Louise Waldon of Loganville.
Friends of Dot Forham are glad she has returned to her home on Barrows Grove road after surgery and recuperation at the home of her daughter, Cindy and Steve Michael on Lake Oconee. She was able to attend church services at Bethany on Sunday.
Jan Jordan of the Gathering Place in Buckhead attended the funeral of her step-father over the weekend.
Janice Philippi was in Knoxville, Tennessee over the weekend with Chuck who is having work there for a number of weeks. They celebrated Chuckâ€™s birthday.
Jim Porterâ€™s family from near Knoxville, Tennessee was with their parents, Dan and Sally Porter over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Ainslie had lunch with the family on Saturday.
Earl and Elaine Dockery enjoyed family members and grandchildren over the weekend.
Mary Ward thinks she will have more time to relax now since retiring from Madison Nurse Care.
Yes Iâ€™m taking a break. Why? Watching all these horses across the street (road). Southern Cross farm is spreading everywhere.
A number of us the Brewer families enjoyed their annual Carpenter family reunion in Cornelia on Saturday. This family relates back to the late Lester Carpenter and Ma Ma Brewer. On Saturday afternoon we visited Georgie Mae Carpenter to reveal to her and the family the reunion. It seems as if the word reunion is gradually going down in number. But you know the younger generation probably doesnâ€™t even give it a thought that there will always be walking canes and wheel chairs yet no guarantee on the mental â€œaccessories.â€� Look up.