Are you still enjoying the nice weather? I declare, it feels a tad like spring again. My roses have even taken another turn at blooming. I guess they like the nice weather as well. I have noticed a leaf or two (well, maybe a little more) falling from the trees and I know that soon, all the leaves will be on the ground. This nice season won’t last long!
If you’ve noticed the age of the youngsters at Waco Elementary looking a little more mature this week, it is because some of the “youngsters” were the grandparents of the real students at Waco. In honor of Grandparents Day, grandparents were invited to eat lunch with their grandchildren, then visit a bit in their classrooms, where they were serenaded in song, praised in verse and/or hugged for being so special.
Get well wishes are extended to Geraldine Covey, who is recuperating from a fractured ankle. What was thought to be a bad sprain at first turned out to be a break, requiring a cast instead of a boot. Geraldine is receiving loads of TLC from her family and friends and wishes to thank everyone for their help and concern.
Waco bus driver Paul Bicknell also is recuperating this week from a fracture that occurred a couple of weeks ago. Paul, we know your recovery will be speedy and complete, and you’ll be back on the route in no time!
Just a reminder that this Sunday, your presence is requested at the Flatwoods Christian Church Fellowship Hall at 2:30 p.m. to discuss cemetery regulations and general upkeep of Flatwoods Cemetery. You do not have to have loved ones buried here, nor do you have to own lots, but, if you do have a sincere desire to help with the concerns, your input would be greatly appreciated.
That’s about it for this week. Have a great one and enjoy the nice weather while we have it. It can’t last long!
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