Notes from the Founders – May June 2012

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In just a few short weeks, 2012 will be half over! Can you believe it? The weather in Middle Tennessee has been gorgeous and that means most of us arewlm founders busy shuttling the kids between baseball, tennis and other outdoor activities. In the off chance you have some spare time, check out the calendar of events on pages 8 & 9. There’s plenty going on in and around Wilson County.

Our new and improved website has been up and running for nearly two months now and thanks to our faithful readers, it’s a huge hit! We credit our bloggers with generating much of the traffic. So check out our website and check it often for blog updates, breaking news, events and to register to win some fantastic prizes at www.wilsonlivingmagazine.com.

May is stroke awareness month. To recognize this, we sat down with Wilson County resident and stoke survivor, Jason Gray. Jason and his wife, Danielle recount details of the days that led to doctors telling this healthy father of two he had five strokes. You will be inspired by how this family made it through a year riddled with hospital stays and tests and are now stronger than ever. Look for the story on page 10.

Styles and Trends are changing every day. Lucky for readers Wilson Living’s, Erin Brown, keeps up with all you need to know to be in the know. Check out what beauty products are hot for Spring on page 30.

We also have some delightful new recipes from Food Editor, Stacey Meadows and a new restaurant review from Dining with Doc, Dr. John Gallaher. Plus, a new article by Roy Harris that’s sure to inspire you, and one from our newest contributor, Randy Rudder.

Before we go, we’d like to wish all of the Moms and Dads a Happy Mother’s Day and Happy Father’s Day.

Until next time, keep reading!

Angel Kane
Becky Andrews

Email Angel at angel@wilsonlivingmagazine.com or Becky at becky@wilsonlivingmagazine.com

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