S: CYPRESS FALLS MEMORIES
FC: Retirement is a time to look back with satisfaction, and a time to look ahead with anticipation. A time to fill each day with enjoyment.
1: Time is a wonderful thing, To have on your side at last. Look forward with faith to the future. Accept with peace the past. Time for travel, fun, and adventure, To discover new dimensions in yourself. It is time to do what pleases you, Take a dusty dream off the shelf. Fulfillment is found in expression, Priorities are yours to arrange. Retirement is just another word, For what can be a wonderful change. Bee Ewing
2: Cherished Moments
10: Dear Joy, Thank you for being a bright spot for me from the first day that I met you. Your warm heart and big smile have meant so much to me over the last 13 years. Your laughter and love of life will be greatly missed. Love you always, Kenya
13: Joy, I appreciate you always having a smile on your face, always interested in what is going on and the peacefulness and calmness of your office (even when everything else is falling apart Chuck Weber
21: Dear Joy, I wish for you happiness, success, much needed rest, and fun in your upcoming retirement. I know you will enjoy every moment on your peaceful, beautiful, property on the river. I will always remember your uplifting laugh. When I was the receptionist in the front office, I always knew you were in by your joyful laugh. Enjoy your family, but most of all, your Grandchildren . Happy Retirement! "Sincerely, Sharon Martin
24: Joy Joy, You have been here ever since I arrived, and I can't remember a time when you didn't know an answer to a question I threw at you. (Well, there was actually only one time - only one time in 15 years!) You have been amazing throughout the years, and I commend you for enduring all of the teachers' "stupid" questions! ha ha We love you and will miss you! You deserve all of the lazy days at the Frio! Enjoy and we hope you will visit us soon. Sincerely, Cary Strengler P.S. Who is going to say , "Hi, Cary Cary!" when Cari Cephus and I walk by your desk?
25: Joy, I am so sad to see you go but I am totally excited that you get to spend as much time with your new grandbaby and Leakey as you wish to from now on! You have always been an incredible source of help to me and I will miss your smiling face at Cy-Falls. I am happy that that I get to but you through Facebook now and we will definitely keep in touch. Enjoy your life and come back and visit often. Love, Brandi Anzaldaua (281) 451-3061
34: Dear Joy, It is with extreme envy that I write this farewell letter. You have been an inspiration to me for many years because I always knew that when I went to the office, you would be sitting there calmly working -and have a smile on your face when I entered. No matter what you were involved in you tool the time to welcome and talk to me. We have spoken about many things over the years such as upcoming weddings, grandchildren, job situations, etc. You were always there just to listen which helped a lot. I will definitely miss your presence in the office. I wish you much happiness and peace in this new chapter of life. Always remember that I count you as one of my dear friends. Please stay in touch. I hate saying goodbye to those who have meant so much to me. I do not care for the feeling of loss when it is that time of separation for very special people. I have been blessed with your friendship and hope to continue to be blessed. Good Luck and have lots of fun!! Love, Jane Johndrow
35: Wat a blessing Joy is and has been to me, this school, and our staff. She has always been our "go to girl" and the "lady who has all the answers." She's the smile that greets and takes care of each and every one of us. Not only is she cool, hip, and downright awesome, she has always made me feel a part of this school. I will miss you, girl. Love ya, Robin
38: Joy, You are the pulse of this school. I will miss you greatly. Love, Christy Stanton