So, how much more behind could I be? I am so sorry that I lose time and don't post. When last I wrote, I explained the whole story of how we ended up booking Jason Dunn to come to Olean. Well, we recently secured a second venue at the Bethany Lutheran Church here in Olean, for Saturday, April 21. This one is an all ages show, and we are hoping several families will come. If you live close by and would like to have a great evening, check out the website: www.jasondunnislgd.blogspot.com for tickets and more info.
I have to tell you what I loved about the Lutheran Church's response to our invite for churches to sponsor this event. Their Pastor contacted us and expressed their interest, and when I spoke with her, she acknowledged that their church's demographic may not be really interested, but they felt this was a great outreach program. Isn't that how it should be, welcoming people who aren't necessarily just like us into our lives? Her response eased my fear that maybe this wasn't God's plan at all, but our human desire. I can't tell you how thankful I was for their truly selfless offer to serve!
We spent the last two days in Pittsburgh at appointments. It has been decided that my most recent rounds of illness have been caused by Bronchitis. Great, I go from Pseudomonas to Bronchitis! Dr. Pilewski will be keeping his eye on this.
We did have a scare while at our visit. In the middle of our appointment, Dr. Pilewski got an emergency message about a gunman being on the loose in the hospital next door
UPMC officials have released some information about the people who were wounded in a gunfight today at Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic.
Seven people are expected to survive injuries they suffered after a gunman entered the lobby of the clinic and opened fire. One person died, and the suspected gunman was killed by bullets fired by University of Pittsburgh police.