December 17, 2015
Delivery scheduled Friday
Forestville’s Ted and Nancy Tanner purchased a new refrigerator and they are concerned about their children’s reaction to losing their current refrigerator. “This is the only refrigerator they have ever known. It is part of our family. Abbie is 10 and Timmy is 7 so I don’t know how they are going to react,” a cautious Nancy Tanner said.
The new refrigerator is a 33 inch Whirlpool and is ENERGY STAR qualified with an Accu-Chill management system and features a bottom freezer. Nancy is looking forward to the delivery of the new unit while her husband Ted could really care less.
Unsure of their children’s reaction the Tanners will have grief counselors and a comfort dog available for the kids to support them during this difficult time.
The unit is scheduled to be delivered Friday between 3 and 5PM.
December 4, 2010
Smokey the Cat Injured
More problems for Forestville’s Tanner family. Ted and Nancy Tanner’s youngest child Timmy yanked a limb to their Christmas tree causing the evergreen to fall on himself Saturday. Timmy was not injured in the accident but the family cat Smokey was impaled by the star on top of the tree. The cat was rushed to a local veterinarian, treated for his injuries and released after lunch. According to Ted Tanner, Smokey is resting comfortably.
December 3, 2010
Smokey knocks down Christmas tree
Tragedy struck the home of Ted and Nancy Tanner early today (Friday) when their Christmas tree toppled over and landed on their two year old son Timmy. Smokey, the Tanner’s curious cat, scaled the 8 foot pine shortly after breakfast causing the tree to fall on young Timmy, who was playing nearby. The Tanners calmed Timmy’s frayed nerves, cleaned up the debris and banished Smokey from the family room.
December 1, 2010
Location of purchased Christmas tree
Much to the delight of their children Tom, Laura and Timmy, the home of Ted and Nancy Tanner is now bustling with the sights of the Christmas season. Early Tuesday evening the Tanners put up a Christmas tree in their living room.
The evergreen, purchased Monday night from Red Shed Christmas Trees on Central Street, looks full and trimmed along the top and back. However, due to their busy schedules, the Tanner’s can’t decorate the tree until Thursday night. “I have to get the ornaments, lights, wreaths and garland from our basement and Ted…well, I’m not sure what Ted has to do but once he is done watching me go up and down the stairs with boxes full of Christmas supplies we will be ready,” said Mrs. Tanner.
The Tanners stated once the tree is decorated they will begin placing presents beneath its limbs.