Thursday, December 13, 2012
A heavenly angel
Heaven gained a fine angel Monday when Miss Martha Brookins, one of the sweetest people in town, lost her battle with cancer. Soft spoken, you would never know anything ever bothered her. My heart broke when I received the news, thinking about her family and how Christmas is such a hard time to lose a loved one. Miss Martha was a fighter and trudged ahead for four years working to fight the horrible disease. She was definitely a trooper! My thoughts and prayers go out to her immediate family as well as her second family, the Jimmye Dale Greens. She was an angel here on earth and will forever more fly high with her feathered wings in Heaven.
Happy birthday wishes go out to Gene Brooks. He celebrated Tuesday night with a family dinner hosted by Kay Wheeler.
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Being sick is going out of style
At the museum we will be open all of next week – Monday through Friday, December 17-21. Then we will be closed until December 26, the day after Christmas – so bring your friends and relatives to see this phenomenon. Also, you come and do your Christmas shopping with us. We have different and unusual gifts to sell. We have some fabulous new dishes with the museum embossed on them – come see – they’re wonderful.
Slow down and enjoy the glorious season that we should celebrate all year. Something very big is going to happen within the next two weeks, according to the Mayan calendar. They never missed one, so be prepared.
Being sick is going out of style. In Europe they have discovered an herb combination that will keep you from being sick. It is a preventive. No one is allergic to it; it never has a reaction with anything else. When your nose first begins to run or the first sign of illness, or if you have been exposed to what some people call “allergy” when it’s really the flu – run get this little vial and set it on your tongue. The name of it is “Oscillacoceinum,” commonly shortened to “oscilla.” You can buy it anywhere that carries the latest things and it doesn’t cost very much. Of course, there are people who enjoy being sick. During Christmas, people will be out, sick or not, so don’t be sick.
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