- Canceled: The Book Club’s April 8th meeting
- Sending Sunshine to Suzanne & Dan Richard
- Sending Sunshine to Mark Jordan
- Sending Sunshine to Capt. George Schott
- Boat for Sale
- Sending Sunshine to Brenda Hanson
- Sending Sunshine to Chris Benson
- Sending Sunshine to Bill Allen
- Sending Sunshine to Maryellen Farinas
- Sending Sunshine to Maggie McLaughlin
Category Archives: Sunshine
Suzanne and Dan welcomed new grandson Arlo this past week. He’s a cutie. The tribe is expanding!
The second painful surgery for kidney stones will be happening Tuesday July 2, outpatient surgery at Mease Countryside. The tequila awaits Mark!
June has been a rough month for George. First arthroscopic surgery for his knee then taken to Mease Dunedin where he spent 2 days in ICU and was finally diagnosed with inner ear balance issues…..he’s back to normal now giving … Continue reading
Brenda has been recovering from her mishap in the streets of Dunedin over Mardi Gras…..our DBC street accident. Hairline fracture of the arm, thankfully no surgery just a lovely black Velcro arm ornament, are we ready for a new spring … Continue reading
Congratulations on your retirement from Raymond James! Onto the next adventure.
In April Bill had brain surgery for balance issues. All must have gone well as he and Carol are now off on an adventure to the Netherlands…..
Maryellen is now at the Encompass Health Rehabilitation Hospital in Largo until Saturday, then she will finally be going home! Visitors are all welcome. She is doing well and is extremely bored after all the medical trials. Her address at … Continue reading
After much misdiagnosis the medical environment finally found the problem. Maggie continues to strengthen and get back to her normal self. She is doing wonderful in her recuperation and walking on her own power once more.
Maryellen has completed her chemotherapy and has begun her radiology. Spirits are high and we’re ready to see your laughing face on the cruises. Please call before visiting her as she still is prone to infections.
Tami has been through quite a few trials lately. After spending a week at Countryside Hospital for numerous tests good news and prayers prevailed…..osteoarthritis, treatable.