In keeping with our “Sharing Our Joys, Sorrows, and Milestones” procedure (click on the blue link for details), the following people asked to have their notes from a recent Sunday service shared with you. Notes from the last four weeks are posted.
Sunday, February 16, 2020
Hester Meyers indicates Second Lookers, UUFA’s senior lunch bunch that meets on 2nd Tuesdays each month, enjoyed a musical lunch with Diana Torell and Paul Eskildsen. “You Are My Sunshine” was a favorite song.
Suzanne Reeves is graduating from chemotherapy and will start radiation soon. She is almost ready to come back to the Fellowship, but not ready for visitors due to her compromised immune system. She would love to have cards, Susan Ponsoldt reports. [Cards can be written on Sunday at UUFA or check UUFA’s online “Realm” for address information.]
Marty Winkler expresses joy at being back to UUFA and work after battling the flu. Also, she asks that prayers be offered for her friend and relative Jessica, who is recovering from a horrible ski accident.
Sunday, February 9, 2020
David Jarrett thanks everyone “who made last Friday’s Mardi Gras event so wonderful. My sorrow is that my back has gone out and I have a lot of pain if I do too much. I start physical therapy this week and I hope I am well enough to enjoy a Blues Cruise at the end of this month.
Sunday, February 2, 2020
Myrna Adams West writes, “Thank you for all the cards, messages, and other expressions of care and concern as I recover from bladder surgery. Your loving support speeds my healing and recovery.”
Melissa Westbrook officially moved to Athens on Feb. 5th. “I’m very excited to be able to be more involved here at UUFA and not have to drive Rt. 78 from Monroe anymore!
Rosemary Woodell says, “Our Lanier Gardens ukulele band has 3 brand new players (average age 79). Two UU members will be part of our band’s Valentine concert.
Michelle Leebens-Mack wishes a happy Birthday to daughter-in-law Rachel Leebens-Mack!
Sunday, January 19, 2020
Myrna Adams West had outpatient bladder surgery last week. Herb reports she is home, feeling better, but recovering slowly.