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I think we will long remember the winter of 2014. The last few winters have been nothing like this. I don’t mean to be wishing time away, but I will be glad to see spring again. I think so. So how was your week?


Marvine Borders has been visiting her daughter Freida and Mark Pitchford in Paris, Illinois. They too have had snow.


I talked to Peggy Moody the other day, she has been having medical problems and was in the hospital a few days. Glad she is home and hope soon feeling lots better.


Sue and James Fuller visited awhile last Saturday with granddaughter Maranda Connally and Addison, Bayleigh and baby Abel of Auburn. The baby is really growing and smiling at you. They are so sweet. Glad they got to go.


Got to talk to cousin Shirley G. Price of Owensboro one day last week. He has a lemon tree loaded with big lemons. I’ve previously had one of those lemons and they are as big as grapefruit. He has a “hot house” in which he grows orchids and all kinds of exotic flowers, most interesting. He and wife Shirley are doing pretty well. She still works as a local drugstore. They keep pretty busy.


Helen Porter lost a cousin this past week, Pearl Drake. Here services were in Morgantown. Our sympathy to the family.


When I have a question I can’t answer, of which there are many, sometimes a reader can help. So here goes. Do any of you know anything about the former Martine Driskill? If I hear Elsie, I will let you know, and it was good to talk to Elsie one night last week.


One day this past week, Carolyn and Roger Gibson of Warren County, visited her mom Virginia Hart and stopped by Cap’n D’s and bought some good fish. She really appreciated the company, as well as the eats. Later dropping by for a visit was her son Jerry Hart.


Our sympathy to Laura Jessup and family in the recent death of her husband Robert. He is someone I’ve known since I can remember. He had not been at all well for some time.


The Lewisburg Cheerleaders were in competition Saturday in Bowling Green and won first place. Way to go kids. Granny Judy and Pa Lannie Jernigan attended the competition to see Cassady.


Have you had enough snow yet? The weather men keep predicting more of the “stuff.” My goodness they have had to miss so much school. It is gonna be late when they get out, however, I’d rather see them make it up then to be out on the roads like it is now. Never hurts to be careful.


Visiting in awhile this week have been Bro. Art Hatfield and Lannie Jernigan.


So have a good week and see ya!

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