I absolutely loved school! I went to the same school from K3-12th grade -- Sherwood Christian Academy. I loved my school. I loved my friends. I loved my teachers. I loved cheerleading. I loved Friday night football games and field trips. I loved that my mama was always the chaperone on my field trips. I loved prom, homecoming and “Taco Tuesday’s”. I loved taking a first day of school picture every year. I loved art class and playing “Heads up, seven up”. I loved graduating with pretty much the same people I started kindergarten with. Hard to believe it has been two years now that I have not had to prepare to go back to school. Time sure has flown by and in a way, I miss it...
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Learning to tie a necktie is a rite of passage for many young men, but for some, the opportunity never presents itself due to an absence of male role models.
This spring, more than one hundred brick pavers were added to those already in the Paver Pathway near the entrance to the hospital. The event was marked with a ceremony in Wetherbee Lobby.
Special thanks to good friends Travis Kelley an Ian Pierson. I had the best care at Phoebe Sumter. I'm really thankful for my nurses Jenny Hatcher and Jennifer Howard and my doctor, John Fennessy who went out of his way to take care of me. I especially can't leave out my loving wife who is also a great nurse."
When people hear “maple syrup”, pancakes may come to mind. But a serious disease that can affect mostly infants called Maple Syrup Urine Disease (MSUD) may also come to mind for some.
MSUD is a rare, inherited metabolic condition in which the body is unable to break down certain amino acids. Individuals who have the disease produce urine that has a distinctive maple syrup odor.