Monthly Archive July 2012

Puzzle King

Roland Davis put together his first puzzle at the age of 15, just because, and has been hooked ever since. He remembers his first puzzle very well. He was in North Carolina, where he is from, and it was one of the 160-piece puzzles from Dollar Tree. It had a house and a fence around Read more…

Independence Day

Our Staff and Volunteers did Independence Day right, per usual, for the Residents and their families. The celebrations lasted all day keeping the Residents smiling and happy. The festivities were all sorts of fun featuring excellent entertainment that included all the music that our Residents love.   According to Sr. Colette, the Home had “the Read more…

My Vacation in Flemington

                                                                  Every year, Residents from our Home in Virginia are cordially invited to a ‘vacation’ at the Little Sisters of the Poor home Read more…

I Sing, You Sing

                    We all sing for ice cream! The first day of summer was greeted in perfect fashion with two of our favorite things: ice cream and singing. The folks at Virginia Properties put together a delightful afternoon program for our Residents complete with lemonade, ice cream, Read more…

Fortnight for Freedom

The fourteen days from June 21 — the vigil of the Feasts of St. John Fisher and St. Thomas More — to July 4, Independence Day, were dedicated to “fortnight for freedom” — a great hymn of prayer for our country. During those days our liturgical calendar celebrated a series of great martyrs who remained Read more…