Published 1:38 pm Wednesday, March 6, 2019

Happy Birthday wishes this week go out to; March 7: Devin Foster, Pamplin, Franklyn Jennings, Drakes Branch and Trevor Lee, Saxe. March 8: Rave Traylor, Robert O’Neill, Saxe, Wilson Jennings, Crewe and Felicia Cook, Drakes Branch. March 9: Jessie James Freeman, Woodbridge, Barbara Gee and Tanya Walton, Charlotte Court House. March 11: Ann Mosley and Brenda Semester, Saxe. March 12: Molliebet Witsell, Queen, New York, Zenell S. Brogdon, Randolph, Polly Tuck, Ferristown, Harold Forest, Phenix and Zayana Barnes, Crewe. March 13: Kenneth Edmonds, Drakes Branch and Myah Jenkins, Tampa, Florida. March 14: Tammy Bell, Chase City, Lorette Tharpe, Scuffletown and Myah Jenkins, Tampa, Florida. March 16: Sharon Johnson, Keysville, Janice Johnson, Bronx, New York and Howard Johnson, Charlotte Court House. Wishing all of you many more happy birthdays.
Get well wishes to all of the sick and shut-in. Hope all of you are well soon, up and about. You are in our prayers and thoughts.
Sympathy to all families who lost a loved one recently. Our heartfelt prayers and good wishes go out to all of you in your time of need. You have our deepest sympathy.
Thought for the week — Believe that tomorrow will be better than today.
We believed in our idea of a family where parents and children could fun together. My mother loved children, her children, grandchildren and everyone else’s children. Mothers and fathers love your children, spend time with them and enjoy every minute, because they grow up so fast. Teach them all about life. Let them know that life isn’t easy so they can be aware of what to expect in life.
What would you do if someone was stranded on the road? Would you stop and ask if everything is OK or would you call 911? Tell me what you would do. Send me topic ideas for “what would you do” along with your answer to this weeks question.
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Virginia Freeman is a community columnist for The Charlotte Gazette. She can be reached at