Letters to the editor: A daughter’s love
The love of a daughter
As just a daughter-in-law, I would like to tell you of a woman that I think is a superhero. My mother-in-law, Judy Redman, has been taking care of her mother in her home for several years now.
She does not do it for the publicity or to boast she does it out of the love for her mother. Well her mother is now 101 and sure, there are trying days but this woman just keeps on keeping on.
I just would like to publicly thank her for all she does. She always puts her mother first and never do I hear her grumble. Even when she was in the hospital her mother never spent one night alone.
Thank you for being a good example for the rest of us that see the long suffering and the love that you show her. You are special and we are blessed to have you for an example to our children.
ó Keith, Laurie RedmanCleveland
Go to a show at Keppel
My husband and I had never been to a show at Keppel Auditorium before we went to see “An Evening of Magical Song.”
We laughed, we sang along with the songs. The stage was beautiful, the costumes went perfect with the songs. The singing, the dancing was amazing. Those students took pride in what they did. It was a lot of hours for them getting ready for this show. And it was well worth every second of it.
Professor Paul Oakley and all the rest of the artistic staff you did and excellent job also. You were amazing! The show was Disney music and dancing performances. All we can say is if you get to go see a show at Keppel do not miss a chance to do it. We never thought it would be so amazing but this was so terrific and well worth seeing. We can’t wait for the next one now.
ó Wendy Kyles-Eller