The Basket Lady
Basket lady would like to recognize National Social Worker's month and to acknowledge all of the social workers in the State of Maine with a big “thank you” for being the front line advocates and defenders for the rights of all individuals legally, medically, socially and ethically.
In our community, we are blessed to have such licensed Social Work professionals as Mindy Worthley, Donna Landry, Maya Best, Velma Evans, Victoria Brown, Kim Sequoia, Catherine Journey and others who serve in the River Valley.
If your medical office, hospital, nursing home or agency offers social work services, please take a moment to let your social worker(s) know how much you appreciate them.
In the Good Humor Town, I’ve heard folks complaining about their sore backs and feeling very shovel fatigued by the recent heavy snowfalls.
The happy news is spring is on the mark to be sprung and daylight saving time happens in two days. Whoopee! The pies aren’t the only things that are filled with whoopee.
A blue bird flew by, landed on the window sill and chirped a very “Happy Birthday” greeting to the following individuals born in March; Joseph McDonald, Greg Trundy and Donna Landry, to name a few.
An angel named Sophie celebrated her tenth birthday at the Farmington Pizza Hut with the Grammies. The pizza was delish!
We can only hope for a take-out Pizza Hut to come to the Town of Mexico.
Thank you for a job well-done and for a kindness shown to the following angels in training Sandee Conley, Mike Crespi, Jeffrey Leonards, Marcia Rajaniemi, Barbara “Jean” Smith, Mary Lou and Kathy at Mexico River Run Deli, Barbara Baker-Smith and Cindy at Red Hill Foods, Sue Ellen Richardson, Louise Stickney, Todd Wardwell, Irene Bilodeau, Free Shop volunteer, Julie.
Kindness not only counts but it adds up! Reflection thought for the day:
What would it be like to soar into Heaven? What would it be like to love as naturally as you breathe? What would it be like to dance in the light of God? Hold that thought as long as you can. (An Angel by your side).
We miss you every day, Dot Sanchas! Until then, smile and live in the present.