THE HEAVILIN HERALD
HAPPY EASTER, EVERYONE!
While you will receive this after
Easter, the truth still remains. HE
IS RISEN, INDEED!!
Our time in Redlands has been great.
Lots of friends and lots of food.
Unfortunately, there have also been
lots of doctors. Even though Marilyn
had been told she didn’t need to see
a doctor for three months, just one
month after the first Atrial
Fibrillation event, we were once
again sitting in an Emergency Room.
Fortunately the event didn’t take
quite as long to stabilize, but
resulted in seeing another
cardiologist and receiving another
medication. Marilyn has also had
many visits to the laboratory for
multiple blood draws. She has
threatened to pitch a tent at the
lab and feels quite at home at the
We have enjoyed being able to attend
the First Congregational Church in
Redlands, which is our home church.
We were also able to attend Life
House Theater and see a presentation
of The Cross and the Switchblade,
and we attended a Community Chorus
Concert in which many of our friends
This afternoon we just drove around
and snapped some pictures that are
Redlands to us. Here is a photo tour
for you to enjoy.
Below is the house we used to live
in, but it was a pretty yellow when
we lived there.
Next is a bronze statue of the
Smiley twins, Alfred and Albert.
They are credited with much of the
early development of Redlands.
In the background is the Smiley
Library which is beautiful inside.
The inside is lined in oak wood and
has fireplaces and little nooks
where one can sit. Marilyn has spent
many hours there.
Spring is here in California. The
one thing Marilyn does miss by
living in an RV is the chance to
decorate for the seasons and for the
holidays. She finally went to the
store and bought some flowers, “Just
to brighten the place up a little.”
Next is a picture of Morey Mansion.
Marilyn first saw this mansion long
before we lived in Redlands. This is
the B and B where Marilyn took Glen
as the story is told in Roses In
We plan to leave here on April 17
and will head first for Arizona to
visit friends and then on to Kansas
to witness Kate’s college
Please remember our friends Wayne
and Tammy in prayer. Tammy’s
daughter Rachel died in a car crash
on March 29. Please pray that God’s
strength and peace will be a reality
for them in the rough days to come.
We always covet your prayers for our
continued health and safety as we
are on the road.
Much love in Him,
Glen and Marilyn Heavilin