Reid recovering at home after stay at Pugwash hospital
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.
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