Saturday, May 30, 2009
Monday, May 25, 2009
Now on to the subject. I have officially finished my first book. I'm going to be writing a children's series. I can't share the book yet because I don't want to, it's going to be a surprise. I can however disclose the title...drum roll please...."Boyd's New School". I'm currently trying to find a publishing company that will publish it!
On to the next subject. I am indeed a supremely amazing gardner. I bought some beautiful flowers and planted them all by myself and I'm going to take really good care of them. I also helped plant the family vegetable garden. We hung pots from the greenhouse ceiling full of tomatoes and peppers and squashes of EVERY kind! I also planted the table in the greenhouse with other vegetables that I probably won't eat because they are growing in the dirt. The garden took quite a while to plant but it was so much fun! I think we're going to have a wonderful crop this year (is that what real garden people say?!)
Thursday, May 21, 2009
Woman killed by flying object
April 28, 2006
By: Cassie Hansen
A native of Liberty Utah, Miss Mabel Peters, was killed yesterday morning when she was hit in the head by a jug of Western Family Brand orange juice that mysteriously dropped from the sky as she was walking to get her mail. The jug of orange juice decapitated her.
Mabel Peters has lived in Liberty since she was born. Miss Peters was 89 years old, very active and in good health. She met her husband Burt during her childhood; they played together at the Liberty Park often. They married and had 7 children together.
“Mother was such a good person, why did something like this happen to her?” her daughter Anna said tearfully as she talked to our reporter early yesterday afternoon.
Mabel was an asset to the community. She was an advocate of horse rights, she held fundraisers to help buy educational material for the local junior high, and she organized community cleaning projects and was a joy to have at the beauty shop. She frequented Eats of Eden and will be missed by the waitresses there.
In her earlier years, Miss Peters taught at Valley Elementary in Huntsville. Many of her students have started a petition to ban flying orange juice since they heard about the incident yesterday.
“It’s such a tragedy, something needs to be done” said Mari belle, one of Miss Peters second grade students in the year 1984.
Miss Peter’s children have planned to take legal action against all of the major airlines in the United States as well as Western Family food company
Another of the Peter’s sons, Ralph, told us “the products that are being produced nowadays are just too dangerous to have around the house, or any where for that matter, we must do something before someone else gets killed under similar circumstances”
Rest assured that the police are doing everything they can. They have the jug of orange juice in custody and are looking for suspects. If any one witnessed this tragic event or can give us any information as to where this jug of orange juice came from please call the police at 745-1111 immediately.
Miss Mabel Peters was a good person all around. She will be missed greatly by those who knew her and those who didn’t. We would also like to express our sorrow to the whole Peters family.
Monday, May 18, 2009
Now I need to figure out what to make for dinner....