Wilson “Pierce” Lewis turned eight on Sunday, June 14th. Because of the COVID-19th pandemic, his birthday was scaled down, but no less joyful. His parents decided to invite a few very close friends to his favorite place, Jackson Lake, to celebrate. Jackson Lake, located in Coosada, Alabama houses the town of Spectre, a fictional movie set which is still kept up by the owners, and a herd of goats, which Pierce loves dearly.
The owners of Jackson Lake, Lynn and Bobby Bright, were so kind to allow Pierce and his friends to celebrate big in the tree house located on the property. Pierce and his friends enjoyed fishing with Pierce’s granddaddy and namesake, Charles Wilson, a precious time with the goats, and a birthday celebration done as proper as can be during a global pandemic. Present were his parents, grandparents, a long-time neighbor, Zubair Taher, and his dearest friend, Zain Burney, son of Basil and Sana Burney.