We should all look as well and have as much warmth and enthusiasm as you. You are a walking - talking treasure! We were all so honored that you took the time to share your history, spread your joy and allow us to soak up your knowledge and wisdom. You are a true example of the power of eternal student, continually developing for eldership, building blocks for ongoing generations. Who would want to stay young? We could have stayed another hour, and neither Judge Watson or you seemed to get tired.
There are so many things for which we are thankful: the sparkle of fresh grass and flowers after a spring rain, the blast of colors that decorate the leaves on the trees in fall, the spirited blush of the blazing summer sun, and the glistening bright light of snow in winter. Of course we must listen to the rhythm. Being thankful for small things leads to big blessings.
Your contribution was a magnificent blessing to our literary community. You helped show the value of life and living in the world. We will encourage all to subscribe to your website. You make us all so, so proud. We say thank you "because our faith is so strong that we don't doubt that whatever the problem, we'll get through it. There is a rainbow in the clouds,” says Maya Angelou. You are part of that rainbow. Thank you for BEING.
Lorena Amos Brock, UBBCP President