Reid re­cov­er­ing at home af­ter stay at Pug­wash hos­pi­tal

The Citizen-Record (Cumberland) - - COMMUNITY - Mar­garet Reid Mar­garet Reid writes a col­umn for the Williamsdale-Colling­wood area. She can be reached at 902-686-3259.

Good morn­ing to all of our read­ers, and I hope you are en­joy­ing this beau­ti­ful spring weather. Spring seems to have came ex­tra early this year, so it is a good plan to make the most of it.

I was happy to be able to re­turn to my home again, af­ter spend­ing sev­eral days in the hos­pi­tal in Pug­wash. That is cer­tainly a good place to be when you are sick and I re­ceived the very best of care.

Wen­dell Reid, Wayne and Karma Reid, Wendy and Brent Reid were vis­i­tors with me sev­eral times each day.

Jeanne Knol of Ox­ford and chil­dren, Quinn, Makenna, Holly and Grif­fen, were sup­per vis­i­tors with Mary Es­ther, Mervyn Smith and Blaine Smith on Tues­day.

Brent Reid of Hantsport was a sup­per vis­i­tor on Mother’s Day with us and I had a phone call from each of the other chil­dren.

Gor­don Stevens was a re­cent vis­i­tor with Ir­ven Mitchell in Ox­ford. Gor­don also vis­ited with his brother, Glen­don Stevens and Glen­don’s wife, Geral­dine, of Wyvern. Gor­don says that Glen­don and Geral­dine are pleased to have had some of their fam­ily home vis­it­ing.

Brent Reid of Hantsport vis­ited his mother, Mar­garet Reid, while she was in the Pug­wash Me­mo­rial Hos­pi­tal.

Mary Es­ther Smith, ac­com­pa­nied by Margo Pa­triquin, Lo­gan and Lexie Pa­triquin, were shop­ping in Amherst on Satur­day.

Wen­dell and Mar­garet Reid were among the many folks who at­tended the yard sale at the Ste­wart home on Satur­day. Ev­ery­thing was so nice. It was hard to not bring it home.

Doris Davis and her daugh­ter, Deb­bie Davis of Amherst, spent Mon­day, with Wen­dell and Mar­garet Reid.

Wen­dell and Mar­garet Reid mo­tored to their cottage at Pipes Beach on Satur­day, where Wen­dell got the lawn mowed. While there, they en­joyed a nice visit with their next door neigh­bour, Keith Perry of Amherst.

Sev­eral folks from the com­mu­nity, at­tended and thor­oughly en­joyed the special mu­sic which was held in the Thom­son United Church on Sun­day evening. A de­li­cious lunch was served, fol­low­ing the ser­vice.

Quote: “To doubt ev­ery­thing or to be­lieve ev­ery­thing are two equally con­ve­nient so­lu­tions; both dis­pense with the ne­ces­sity of re­flec­tion.” Jules Henri Poin­care

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