// STORIES FROM OUR GUESTS

My True Hero
Submitted by Bob B.?
Let me tell you about a true hero. My wife Bobbie and I celebrated our 43rd anniversary on February 21st. We visit Wind Creek all the time, and are planning our next visit now! But Bobbie has been the unheralded hero in our family - let me tell you why.
We’re the family that helped get the Child Abandonment Law passed in Alabama. We have six foster children, five of which were adopted by us. All were considered “special needs”, either by mental disability or because they were older kids, looking for a family. Bobbie has lived a life devoid of self - only giving, to make a home for all of us. 
When I asked her what she’d like to do for our anniversary, she simply said, “Let’s go to Wind Creek again!” So while for many it may be an escape, or a quick getaway, for her it’s a relaxing, enjoyable place to realize the values of family and of time. You see, in 2011 from February through March, she suffered as many as 8 strokes. However, Bobbie’s a fighter, and she’s come back more than anyone had ever expected. She still drives her 5-speed Mustang, continues to do household chores, calls jobs, and still makes time to teach and love our two Grandsons.
Bobbie has read the latest Wind Creek Rewards magazine five times already, and we will definitely see you soon. I felt it was important to share the goodness of Wind Creek, and the joy all of you bring to my hero!
We’d like to thank Bob for submitting this story. Each month we’ll feature another story submitted by one of our guests, so if you have a special Wind Creek moment you’d like to share, please send an email to rewards@windcreekhospitality.com

// STORIES FROM OUR GUESTS

My True Hero
Submitted by Bob B.?
Let me tell you about a true hero. My wife Bobbie and I celebrated our 43rd anniversary on February 21st. We visit Wind Creek all the time, and are planning our next visit now! But Bobbie has been the unheralded hero in our family - let me tell you why.
We’re the family that helped get the Child Abandonment Law passed in Alabama. We have six foster children, five of which were adopted by us. All were considered “special needs”, either by mental disability or because they were older kids, looking for a family. Bobbie has lived a life devoid of self - only giving, to make a home for all of us. 

When I asked her what she’d like to do for our anniversary, she simply said, “Let’s go to Wind Creek again!” So while for many it may be an escape, or a quick getaway, for her it’s a relaxing, enjoyable place to realize the values of family and of time. You see, in 2011 from February through March, she suffered as many as 8 strokes. However, Bobbie’s a fighter, and she’s come back more than anyone had ever expected. She still drives her 5-speed Mustang, continues to do household chores, calls jobs, and still makes time to teach and love our two Grandsons.
Bobbie has read the latest Wind Creek Rewards magazine five times already, and we will definitely see you soon. I felt it was important to share the goodness of Wind Creek, and the joy all of you bring to my hero!
We’d like to thank Bob for submitting this story. Each month we’ll feature another story submitted by one of our guests, so if you have a special Wind Creek moment you’d like to share, please send an email to rewards@windcreekhospitality.com

// STORIES FROM OUR GUESTS

My True Hero
Submitted by Bob B.?
Let me tell you about a true hero. My wife Bobbie and I celebrated our 43rd anniversary on February 21st. We visit Wind Creek all the time, and are planning our next visit now! But Bobbie has been the unheralded hero in our family - let me tell you why.
We’re the family that helped get the Child Abandonment Law passed in Alabama. We have six foster children, five of which were adopted by us. All were considered “special needs”, either by mental disability or because they were older kids, looking for a family. Bobbie has lived a life devoid of self - only giving, to make a home for all of us. 

When I asked her what she’d like to do for our anniversary, she simply said, “Let’s go to Wind Creek again!” So while for many it may be an escape, or a quick getaway, for her it’s a relaxing, enjoyable place to realize the values of family and of time. You see, in 2011 from February through March, she suffered as many as 8 strokes. However, Bobbie’s a fighter, and she’s come back more than anyone had ever expected. She still drives her 5-speed Mustang, continues to do household chores, calls jobs, and still makes time to teach and love our two Grandsons.
Bobbie has read the latest Wind Creek Rewards magazine five times already, and we will definitely see you soon. I felt it was important to share the goodness of Wind Creek, and the joy all of you bring to my hero!
We’d like to thank Bob for submitting this story. Each month we’ll feature another story submitted by one of our guests, so if you have a special Wind Creek moment you’d like to share, please send an email to rewards@windcreekhospitality.com