I LOVE OUR MOBILE HOME
I t was November 1986 when we "looked at" our mobile home. It was up on blocks, and we came in through the back door and it just seemed like we were coming home. Guy did not feel the same. He wanted to be further out.
Now, after the scare of hurricane Frances - and the house stood stronger winds than I ever thought it could, I am grateful and still love it. Out mobile home is as precious to me as any two million dollar house is to its owner.
And, I tell you what, if I hear any snide remarks about mobile homes and the residents in a park, I just might have to "sock it to them" at least verbally!!!
I had Guy make a plaque with a picture of our house to hang in the Florida room by the back door.
Phone Number 326-5451
We have received several jokes and funny remarks about hurricanes, but I think the above by Betty is the most appropriate to print in this issue. Perhaps the others will seem funnier later.
OCTOBER BIRTHDAYS: Annie Beetz, Jan Bohlinger, Bob Braun, Betty Brunet, Roy Camp, Terry Colla, Hugh Day, Win Emmons, Barbara Forman, Cheryl Heste, Robey Hintz, Bill Johnson, Nancy Murphy
OCTOBER ANNIVERSARIES: Charlie & Nancy Barcus, Walt & Mary Byer, Vic & Gloria Hensel, Paul & Theresa LaPointe, John & Harriet Reeves
TO OUR NEIGHBORS WHO WERE ILL OR HOSPITALIZED RECENTLY, WE WISH FOR YOU ALL BETTER DAYS AND HEALING TOO, COMBINED WITH GOOD CHEER AND STRENGTH. IN SEPTEMBER THE SUNSHINE CLUB SENT CARDS TO KATE BIERE, MARY SULLIVAN AND EMILY SPENCER..
Our sympathies are extended to Emily Spencer for the loss of her husband John. Lakeside Terrace resident John Fischer recently passed away while visiting in Pennsylvania. Check bulletin board for more information. Also sympathy is extend to Frances Cox on the recent loss of her father-in-law in North Carolina.
That's all for now folks, the news cut off date for future issues of the Seagull will be the 25th of the month. Thanks again to Rich and Peg for walking me through my Dell. Hopefully next month I WALK ALONE!