Tri-Bee News: Frances Brewer
“Continue to follow in the straight and narrow;
there’ll always be thistles”
Good morning. Indeed spring has sprung with open doors and windows let the winter moths fly out plus the glow of things shining bright. As far as the outdoors sports you can really tell it. Yes the pickups are pulling the boats and turkey hunters. Well Tri Bee it seems as if you’re sitting on cloud nine. Indeed I’ve always been an outdoor person and now when someone comes around, speaking of gardening, well I don’t know fertilizer is sky high, plants! I have neighbors who have organic gardens then over across the road and up the hill horse manure. Anyway just like a billion other ideas where there’s a will there’s a way. I’ll make it by the sweat of my brow. So lets open up our hearts and pour out the blessings, which so many we’re not aware of. Fill up with the heavenly sunshine. Indeed we’ll not go lacking He’ll fulfil our needs according to His riches in glory.
As usual a large congregation attended services at Trinity on Sunday. Dr. Bill Shade director of the Source of Light Mission was the guest speaker for the morning service. A congregation meeting was held Sunday following the evening service.
Bethany Church had a visiting speaker, a candidate to fill their pulpit on Sunday, followed by fellowship after the morning service.
Mary Ward enjoyed visiting with her children, Nelson and Tammy Slaughter recently
Elizabeth Turner, sister of the late Junior Ward, from Homer spent the weekend with Mary Ward.
Tim Wilson heard the whistle blow, “turkey season” and came down to his parents Jake and Blanche Wilson.
Steve and Sara Nell Craig recently had two of their close friends from North Carolina spend the weekend with them.
John and Mary Ellen Shannon enjoyed their daughter Tammie from North Carolina and other family members during the week.
Ralph and Larry Brewer who have been visiting Crew Brewer who has been a patient in Rockdale County for several days. Crew and Hilda live near Conyers. Late news, Crew is at home!
Estelle Cromer a Crawford Road resident is having rather closed in days and under the care of her doctor.
Mae Lassinter from Snellville visited Inez Brewer and Frances Brewer Saturday afternoon. Mae and her late husband Bob lived on Baldwin Dairy Road quite a few years back.
Tri-Bee has had a number of drop-ins during the past few weeks. The walker came in very well. Boy you can really learn to hop in different ways.
Katerine Van Dyke is doing real well as always enjoying her flowerbeds.
The Friendship Club met at Katy’s Korner on Wednesday afternoon.
Getting back to the sick ones. Nolan Watson has been a very ill patient in the V.A. Hospital in August.
Jimmy Wofford, The Body Shop, is recovering from recent surgery. His wife Helen is still not 100 percent but is able to go about with Jimmy.
Martha Sue Harper continues the family members taking their turn staying with her.
Nell Porter has a daytime job. What? Since Sara Nell has a full-time job, yes, her favorite pet cannot be left alone.
OK, Patrick, I appreciate my full time pay the “blue check” during the vacancy. Better to be ignorant than to know too much that is not true! Keep Smiling.
Printed in the January 26, 2009 edition.