L is for lantern, especially the lantern festival. In old China, prominent lanterns would be hung in front of big houses and grand buildings. Lantern festival is a colorful event. Put it in your case and don’t forget your corned beef!” Of course there were other things as well, like sugar and biscuits but I don’t believe I had ever had corned beef. My mother believed in good, wholesome food freshly cooked. I am afraid corned beef went with people that lived in flats and ate margarine! Children could be little “prigs” sometimes and we were no exception.
Like many girls of my generation, I embroidered (by hand) pillowcases, aprons, and tea towels for my hope chest. Unfortunately by the time I married, embroidered things were out of vogue, so all those beautifully embroidered things got little use. Sure wish I still had them, now that they are coming back into style..
Jones, OKC, 3 daughters Susan and her husband Richard (Jones) Wymer, Norman, Leslie A. Jones, Edmond and Amy E. Jones, Norman, 3 grandchildren Wayne Allen Jones, Ryan David Wymer, Stephen Austin Wymer. I had scramble to schedule an appointment at PP and pay out of pocket before my prescription was up. I happily donate to them because they rescued me and took care of me more than the insurance I freaking paid for did. (As a happy end note, my employer dumped Providence asses the next year and went with a different health insurance provider.
I went to Whitmer High School (GO PANTHERS!) and am a proud graduate of the University of Toledo (GO ROCKETS). I graduated with my Bachelors Degree in Communication with a specialization in Broadcasting in 2008.In college, I was a reporter and anchor for UT:10 News and had an opportunity to work with some of the best up and coming journalists at the University of Toledo.My first job in news was here at 13abc as a part time engineer. I spent my time operating studio cameras and floor directing the morning, evening and weekend newscasts.It was my dream as a kid to report the news and I consider myself fortunate to have the job I’ve always wanted.
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