Friday, May 13, 2016

Story Round-Up: Features in The Herald-News, May 8 through May 13

It's been a throwback week of sorts with Sarah and Lucas staying at the townhome with us, working offsite so as to spend time with Illinois family and friends and celebrate Rebekah's graduation from Joliet Junior College tonight.

Saturday we spent at Good Will and found a beautiful dress for Rebekah; Sunday we visited the significant mothers in our past at three different cemetaries. Most of the bonding this week (due to my long work hours) was back and forth conversation in the morning as I'm getting ready to leave or driving home with them Monday and Tuesday (it rained, so they picked me up) or walking home (Wednesday the sun finally came out).

On Wednesday evening at the fitness room, Sarah showd me some techniques for triceps and core, tips she learned from working with a personal trainer. Tomorrow is a huge party for family and friends (haev many birthdays and one graduation to celebrate) and then the festivities end for awhile.

Check out the health, faith, and arts and entertainment calendars. Three of them can be found at the link below. Gotta Do It, runs each Sunday and often stays on the home page through the week.

Feature briefs for Tuesday (health), Thursday (faith), Friday (Arts and Entertainment), and Sunday (People) are also edited (texted and photos) by the lady of this blog, but only the stories have bylines.

Another option: I do post the briefs and calendars on Twitter during the week, so you're welcome to follow me at @Denise_Unland61.

And if you do peek at these stories, to quote our editor Kate Schott, "Thank you for reading The Herald-News." :)

Shorewood couple has served as foster parents for 30 years

“You have to be very, very patient,” Jim Poch said. “You’re not going to see change in a child in a month. It takes a lot of effort and a lot of give and take.”

An Extraordinary Life: Manhattan woman sold Avon until she was 93

Margaret Flatt gave up her driver’s license at age 92, but she continued selling Avon for another year. Customers were so loyal to her, they offered to pick up their orders at Margaret’s house.

Living Water Yoga to host a charity class at Pilcher Park Nature Center in Joliet (VIDEO EXTRA)

Despite the reluctance some Christians have to participate in yoga, the philosophy of yoga doesn’t contradict the Bible, Bill Austin, yogi,  said.

Art exhibit at Gallery Seven in Joliet is 'En-Lightening' (VIDEO EXTRA)

“En-Lightening” will feature two paintings by renowned blind artist John Bramblitt and 17 images of Dr. Rita Rogan’s Paris “Nocturnes,” the first time Rogan – a psychologist who has an interest in biofeedback and the realm of electromagnetic energy – has shown them in a group.

No comments: