Healthy, Happy Friends - March 2014
By Joan Sewell

February was an interesting month. The weather kept us guessing “what next?” So here are some things that need to be permanently stored in you car trunk. You should have a light weight blanket or throw.



Even if it isn’t freezing cold and you are in need of a wrap, you might need to lie on the ground to extricate a limb from the underside of your car. There should be a bottle of water, a change of clothes and a first aid kit. I also store a bottle of Ensure or a nutrition bar in case I get stuck in a traffic jam. These items need to be checked for freshness on a regular basis so if your birthday is on the tenth of the month, choose to check your car emergency kit on the tenth of every month.

I extend my sympathy to the families of Adron Peters, James Burton, Anne Albizer and Camie Hull. Happy Birthday wishes go to Margaret Allen, Linda Bennett, Mary Delaney, Charles Dickerson, and Larry Ingram. Wishes for improving health and pleasant days go to Helen Williams, Anna Roupe, and Beryl Barlow.

If you have not already registered for the trip to the Senior Follies Variety Show at Anderson University on Saturday March 15, you had better call Cathy Stokes at 770-985-6131. It is a variety show put on by very talented seniors. This is my second time to go and I can’t wait. It is a day trip and the cost is on $69 per person and it incudes transportation, tickets and a meal. “Can’t beat that with a stick” as my grandmother used to say.