It is that
magical time of year. A time for family gatherings, sparkling
lights and seeing old friends from years gone by. For others, it
signifies a time of sadness. Many in our community are homeless
or without jobs. Some are without family and have no one. If we
would each reach out to one person and offer some token of help
or a kind word, can you imagine the thousands of lives we would
impact? Just something to think about this holiday season.
This holiday season will be anything but normal for my
family. My oldest daughter will give birth this month to my
first grandchild and I will become a grandmother. The word
grandmother does not seem to fit into my scheme of things. I may
be fifty but feel every minute of twenty five. Not quite ready
for the rocking chair at this point. I will keep everyone posted
as we welcome the newest member into our family.
each of you the best during this magical holiday season.
Suzy Dubel |
PEOPLE ARE TALKING.
"Just wanted to share with you that my husband and I did ride through
the country and it was soooooooo relaxing just breathing the air and
looking at the scenery. Life didn't seem so fast paced and the people
seemed less stressed. So, now I know where I'd like to live when I
retire, not in the city, instead in the country and just sit in the sun
and soak up Vitamin D and at night sit on my porch and look at the
stars! Have a wonderful upcoming summer and who knows, we may cross
paths at some point on the Country Roads!" Melissa