Weekly Reider Oct - Dec 09
Weekly Reider Oct - Dec 09
Weekly Reider Oct - Dec 09
Weekly Reider Oct - Dec 09

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    Oct - Dec, 2009 Vol. 2, No. 2J.E. Reid, Founder - M.E Reid, Pub. & Ed. - L.Jemson, Asst Ed.

    Fall is here once again. Kids are back in school, whether it is preschool, kindergarten, elementary, middle, high school or college, you can smell that new book in the crispy Autumn air. Turkeys everywhere are preparing for the worst and pumpkin patches are clearing out. Black, brown and orange color your town while skeletons dance in the street. Candy corn is in season as we decorate our lawns with stalks of the past season.

    Christmas will soon be near and to be honest, keep it away from me...Bah Humbug....Dont get me wrong, I like the season but I hate what the retail stores turned this holiday into. Its sickening. Anyway, I hope you enjoy this quarters Weekly Reider as I am trying to include a little more humor and helpful tidbits....

    .Lets not forget the recipes ay?

    Spelling variations

    Ried, Reid, Read, Reed and others. First found in Aberdeenshire where the name has been found since the 14th century.

    Some of the first settlers of this family name or some of its variants were: Elizabeth Reid, who came to Maryland in 1674; Abraham Reid, who arrived in Maryland in 1678; Charles Read, who came to New Jersey in 1678; James Read, who arrived in Barbados in 1679.

    BirthdaysLiz Reid 9/5 Emily Reid 9/11Zach Aloisi 9/23Kay Ivester 9/27David & Dean - 9/29 Taylor Azarian - 10/5Julie Nichols - 10/10Amanda Azarian - 10/19

    Lynda Jemson - 10/20David Simmons - 10/23Chris Nichols - 10/29Lenore Azarian - 11/5Meagan and Jane - 11/9Mike Reid - 11/12Jim Reid - 11/16 Doug Azarian - 12/5

    Did you here Obama has hired a new spokesman to help pitch his healthcare package??? Its a little duck that follows him everywhere and says " HALF BLACK" " HALF BLACK"

    Hooray For Fall

    The Weekly ReideR pAGe 1OcT - dec, 2009

  • The Weekly ReideR pAGe 2OcT - dec, 2009

    Ingredients

    * 4 egg yolks * 1/3 cup sugar, plus 1 tablespoon * 1 pint whole milk * 1 cup heavy cream * 3 ounces bourbon * 1 teaspoon freshly grated nutmeg * 4 egg whites*

    Directions

    In the bowl of a stand mixer, beat the egg yolks until they lighten in color. Gradually add the 1/3 cup sugar and continue to beat until it is completely dissolved. Add the milk, cream, bourbon and nutmeg and stir to combine.

    Place the egg whites in the bowl of a stand mixer and beat to soft peaks. With the mixer still running gradually add the 1 tablespoon of sugar and beat until stiff peaks form.

    Whisk the egg whites into the mixture. Chill and serve.

    Alton Browns Egg NogSome noteworthy people of the name Reid

    Andy Reid: (b. 1958), American football (NFL) coach, Philadelphia Eagles head coach (1999-)Antonio Reid: (b. 1956), American, songwriter, producer, and record company executive David Reid: American boxer Alastair Reid: (b. 1926), Scottish poet James Scott Cumberland Reid: (1890-1975), Scottish judge John Reid: (1721-1807), Scottish soldier and musician Robert Paul Reid: (b. 1934), Scottish industrial executive Thomas Reid: (1710-1796), Scottish philosopher Sir Thomas Wemyss Reid: (1842-1905), Scottish journalist and biographerSir William Reid: (1791-1858), Scottish meteorologist Kate Reid: (1931-1993), Canadian actress Alan Reid: British Liberal Democrat politician Bruce Reid: Australian cricketer Thomas Reid: English professor at Oxford University. Sir George Houstoun Reid: (1845-1918), Australian politician and statesman Patricia Kimberly Reid: original name of Kim Stanley Beryl Reid: (b. 1920), English comedienne John Richard Reid: (b. 1928), New Zealand cricket player Thomas Mayne Reid: (1818-1883), American (Irish born) soldier, and writer of adventure novels

    Whats in a Name

    CONGRATS!

    to Karl and Heather Ivester for the birth of their son Daniel John Ivester. 8lbs 15ozs. 21 1/4. 11/5/09.

    75 years to the day after Lenore was born!

  • The Weekly ReideR pAGe 3OcT - dec, 2009

    Back To SchoolJohnny is a junior at University of Rhode Island majoring in Psychology.

    Kevin is a freshman at Endicott College and is playing soccer.

    John is in 46th grade

    Melissa started at Fitchburg State College for film production.Mallory is going back to Salem State for elementary education.

    Jan is going back driving a bus for Billerica Public School

    Stephanie is a JR at UNH Durham NH. GPA 3.2 Subject Education/Sociology with the intent to get masters as Guidance Counselor

    Alex is going to Nursery,

    Jack is going into 1st

    Jayne and Meghan are headed for reform School

    Emily started 10th grade at Tewksbury High

    Mark starts fall term of his last year at Lane Community College at the end of September. Its his last stretch before transfering to the University next fall.

    Ellah is going into her second and last year in pre-school. So exciting, theyre are both doing so wonderful. She is picking up things so fast and loves making friends.

    Society NotesNick is going back to work at NAPA as the heavy duty rep. Aleta and Doug were in Colorado this summer to visit Aletas son Jeremy, (see below for pics) - her daughter and son in law and 3 grandsons also visited. Doug and Aleta will also be travelling to San Diego in November for a Real Estate Convention. Emily Reid celebrated her 16th birthday last month and was treated with a slideshow of pics from the past 16 years.

  • The Weekly ReideR pAGe 4OcT - dec, 2009

    I would like to share a little bit of my trip this year. In October, I went to Houston with my cousin, Carolyn. We visited the International Quilt Show which was the most amazing show I have ever been to. I will never match up to the beautiful, very intricate quilts we viewed. I dont even want to try.

    After visiting Houston, we drove 4 hours to Fort Hood in Killeen, TX where we saw Toms family. Pauline and the Kids were so happy to see us. I was ecstatic. The youngest, Vanessa was a baby the last time I saw her. She is now 5 years old and a smart as a whip. Her goal it to be the fastest cup stacker. Elisa is 7 years old and so sweet and also very smart. Elizabeth, 14, is as cute as a button and has the craziest girl friend I have ever met. (I mean that in a very loving way. As Pauline puts it, she is my other daughter). Thomas, 17, is tall like his father and so handsome. He loves to play computer music games. (He is good at it, too). He has a dragon in his room that he cares for. Thomas is learning to fly and his goal after his finishes college is to join the Army and learn to fly Apache and maybe Blackhawk helicopters.

    Pauline had cooked a wonderful dinner for us. She is a great cook and hostess. Pauline is doing a wonderful job with everything while Tom is in Iraq. We met her sis-ter who just moved out to Killeen from Massachusetts. Pauline is so delighted to have her there.

    After we left Killeen, on our way back to Hous-ton, we stopped at a Pecan grove and bought fresh pecans. Then we went to a Renaissance Faire. We had never been to the faire and it was quite unique. Lots of people visiting the faire were dressed up. We had a good time at the faire.

    Thats it! Hope you enjoyed reading about the Reid family in Texas.

    Two for TexasBy Cheryl Reid