I have been asked to describe my reactions to going blind. After some reflection on the subject I gathered my thoughts and tried to put into words my reactions. I gathered my thoughts and tried to put into words my reactions. At first I was a little taken aback by the question but if it may be of any help to anyone, this poem is an attempt to describe my reactions.
Mr. and Mrs. Jess Chappell from Savannah were guests of Mrs. Evelyn Hunter Sunday and enjoyed lunch with her at the Blue Willow where they celebrated Mrs. Hunter’s birthday. Others enjoying lunch and a birthday cake with them were Mrs. Hunter’s grandchildren and great-grandchildren, Laura Brightwell and son Crawford from Atlanta, Layne Brightwell from Savannah and Mr.
Good morning, May 18 and we have been blessed with rain falling abundantly the weekend. Sitting on during the porch late Sunday afternoon and watching the rain falling was so peaceful. I’m glad it’s porch-sitting time again with a cup of coffee, my vacation place, and the best spot to be. My late husband and son screened it in for more enjoyment.
Saturday we had different ones out of our nursing home ministry due to several reasons but nevertheless His work must go on and it did with Mother Doris Shepherd presiding and words of inspiration taken from Rev.
Sunday morning the attendance for Mother’s Day was good with several visitors with us. We were blessed by them coming to worship with their families on this special day in our service. We pray they received a blessing as well and will come again and be with us. All mothers present were recognized with the oldest being Ozell Moss.
We had a quiet Mother’s Day at home. Beverly cooked out and it was very enjoyable.
Grayson and Frieda White met Christie after church on Sunday. They ate at Snellville and enjoyed the day.
Natalie Wheat went with Josh and Laura to Frank and Becky Clouds for Sunday lunch.