I remember Saturday nights out, hangin' at the Drive In, hitting McDonald's for a couple of Big Macs afterwards then heading to Belgrade with my pal, Ricky, to hand out with our hot dates and kill a few "pounders." I thought about those nights this past Saturday as I listened to the droning of an air conditioner, twenty or more wires glued and taped to my head, chest and legs. On this wi
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!
I have a list of the 11 most dangerous sports your child can play. Some of these sports may be considered no-brainers, but others you may find interesting. The information was compiled from kids going to the ER due to injury playing these sports. To be quite honest, a few of the sports on the list you could consider to be less sports and more like activities.
"Would you still love me if I was ever in a car crash and disabled?"
That's the question I remember asking my girlfriend, Tammy, as I dropped her off at her job at Robinson's Nursing Home in Gardiner on Saturday morning, 6/21/80, the first day of summer and a couple weeks after I had graduated high school.
"Of course I would."
I went to school with Nancy (Capen) Feeney. She's about to run her second marathon. I'll probably walk to the end of my driveway to get the mail today. So, you could say, we're a lot alike, Nancy and me. :-)
If you've ever spent any time in the hospital, I'm sure you've received a survey to fill out asking you about your experience. Back in February, I had a hernia repair and I received a survey to fill out a month or so ago. I never did finish it and mail it in, so guess what, I got another one in the mail to fill out.