Mom left us in September 2006, just as Michelle started her sophomore year in high school. Matt had graduated that spring from Erskine Academy. He came into the Maine Veteran's Home to show "Nana" his graduation gown before commencement. That was almost nine years ago.
Ellen Wells is a great lady. Always smiling. Always happy. Always a pleasure to see. The good news is, you can see her Saturday at the Quarry Road Recreation Area with Inland Hospital from 10-1. It's their third Family Fun Day and it promises to be a GREAT time for everyone in attendance! There are great activities, prizes and more!
Mom left us in September 2006, just as Michelle started her sophomore year in high school. Oh, how proud she'd be of her granddaughter today as she graduates tomorrow as a registered nurse. She would be there bursting with pride and shedding tears of happiness. I know that, in spirit, she is still here and Michelle, who shared a close bond with her, will have "nana" on her mind as she ac
National Teachers Day is today, May 6th, and I took the occasion to read a classic story (at least partly based in truth) that has been told on the Moose Morning Show several times over the years. I hope you enjoy it....
Today is or almost now was 'National Awkward Moments Day'. Let's all say it together, "Awkward." I can think of many awkward moments in my life and almost all of them have to do with relationships in my past.