Icephine Crosby, Meals on Wheels month 03/03/2016

Icephine Crosby, Meals on Wheels month

Ms. Icephine Crosby can best be described as a colorful character. Originally from Atlanta, Ms. Icephine moved down to the Pensacola as a young woman to join her daughter whom she still lives with today.

She has worked her whole life, but her age and health left her devoid of independence. %u201CI can%u2019t walk, I can%u2019t see nobody, and I couldn%u2019t hardly make any food.%u201D Per a friend%u2019s recommendation, Ms. Icephine tried the Meals on Wheels program and now feels they are an essential part of her life.

%u201CI love the milk, I drink it every morning.%u201D She praises not only the food, but the Meals on Wheels volunteers as well. %u201CThey are real nice people. They come and talk to me.%u201D She laughs, shoots a sly smile, and adds, %u201CI know I%u2019m not supposed to, but I eat the cookie first! Always eat the cookie first!%u201D

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