Yes, I said “silent”. We were not supposed to talk after 9:00 Friday evening until noon on Sunday, except for structured sharing sessions each day. We did it, for the most part, and learned a lot … [ Continue reading ... ]
I was at Sharps Chapel Elementary School again this morning reading to the kids during their library time. As I was leaving, I said good-bye to a friendly woman sitting at a small child’s school desk in the main lobby. But this time I decided to finally stop and find out more about who she was and what she was … [ Continue reading ... ]
I’ve never been more proud to be in a group (well, two groups) than I have the two here in Sharps Chapel — all because of an idea that someone had and the enthusiasm of others to pick it up and help make it happen.
A couple of girlfriends and I headed on a field trip to Old North Knoxville Sunday to get in the holiday spirit. We had heard about the Old North Knoxville Holiday Home Tour and thought it would be fun to see some other parts of Knoxville other than Market Square downtown.
Last Sunday I was outside working and a fire truck went by around 2:20 in the afternoon. And then another one. And another one. All tolled — 8-9 fire trucks went by, numerous rescue squad units and a bull dozer! Jim couldn’t stand it any longer and jumped in his … [ Continue reading ... ]
Two of the women’s groups I belong to this year are donating Children’s books to the Sharps Chapel Elementary School. I am the main point of contact and I am having a ball reading the books as they are given to me prior to our delivery to the school.