for all their hard work in organizing their annual Turkey Dinner,” Karen wrote. “I’m on oxygen now 24/7. If I’m not at home, I use a portable unit. Just as I walked in to the church my battery went dead! I panicked! I asked someone if I could just pick up two meals and leave.
“I was told that they weren’t quite ready yet. My panic level was getting higher. I finally asked if there was anyone that might bring out our meals to the car since I had a power cord out there. Right about then, my meals were ready and I was on my way back to the car. Huffing and puffing along the way. Thank you to all of you that had offered help, it was GREATLY appreciated. All of you do this every year and I know how much we appreciate your efforts of bringing this to the community.”
We couldn’t agree more! Thanks Karen, for saying what we all think.
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