Thoughts on life by Teri McCarthy


Beautiful Betty

Posted by admin in June 3rd, 2009 | 1 comment 
Published in faith, Uncategorized

Betty turned 78 on June 1st this year. She’s not married, has no children, was an only child and has no living relatives. Betty lives alone. She volunteers at IICS where Daryl and I work. She has volunteered there for nearly 15 years. She stuffs envelopes. Files Daryl’s crazy newspaper clippings. Gets huge mailings ready […]

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