What’s Happening Today – Feb. 14, 2018
Today on DelmarvaLife –
We’re telling you about some very young people doing amazing things. Two sisters who aren’t even out of elementary school yet are making a huge effort to change the world for the better. We’ll sit down with The Founders of “Buckets of Love,” Reagan and Payton Garnsey and learn about how they’re spreading the love by filling buckets to provide to sick and deserving children receiving medical care in Delaware. If you would like to learn more about Buckets of Love, would like to donate, or would like to vote for the group in the Jefferson Awards lead 360 challenge, Click Here!
And we’re also talking about pots of love! That’s what gardening expert Ginny Rosenkranz has for us today. She’s also going to show us how to make that bouquet of flowers you might have gotten from your sweetie last longer.
It’s probably safe to say most of us have been there — the point in your life when you realize you could really use some more flexibility with your schedule. It’s a realization Dustin and Rachel Parker of “The Parker Group at Linda Vista” came to, so they did something about it. That something has turned into a business that helps people all over Delmarva get into the home of their dreams. Delmarvalife’s Sydney Whitfield spent a day in their world to learn a little bit more about the Parkers, and how they love to help the people around them.
WBOC’s Jacqueline Karli is joining us to talk about a story she’s working on for tonight. She talks with a couple that has been married for more than 40 years. We’ll hear about some pointers on some of the keys to a long-lasting marriage.
We all know 102.5 WBOC’s Corey Phoebus loves to work out. So when we got word that a 100-year-old Laurel man wanted to work out with him, you know he was all about it. He set out to visit Mr. Vernon Sellars to exercise with him.