Hello, another cool week. I’m sure any gardens planted it is to cool for much growing.
Sorry Lucille Whitson has been the the local hospital. Maybe by now she is back in Elkton and the nursing facility and feeling better.
Last Sunday at church Sloan Coursey, daughter of Patrick and Stephannie, played the piano and did a very good job, hope she keeps on. I told her mom to tell her one day she would be a very famous pianist. She really did a good job.
Helen Porter has been feeling lousy and has had to see her doctor. Hope she soon gets to feeling “perkier.”
Steve Timberlake sees that I get to church and this past Sunday he brought me some fresh home grown onions and they were good.
Jerry Hart had a procedure done Monday. he is home and hope he is doing good.
Jimmie Fleming’s nephew has been in the hospital in Springfield. He’s been feeling pretty rough but is now at home. Hope he feels better.
Dr. Lynwood Montell of Bowling Green was down here this past Tuesday. We got out and road around and found some roads we had never been on, so of course we enjoyed being out and we had to stop and eat.
Church attendance was slow this morning, 65 in my class and there were only 4 of us there. Some of our class has had a bad week and were just not able to attend.
I think this week is supposed to be warmer, if so more work can be done outside. Stanley has already mowed our yards cause the grass is growing.
Sue Fuller, Peggy Taylor and June Wyatt of Gordansville visited awhile Friday afternoon with Tony and Marsha Fuller. Marsha is not doing well at all so remember them in your prayers, they will surely appreciate your concern. I was about to miss Linda Sears, she was part of the group.
Next Sunday is Mother’s Day, if yours is still around be sure to tell her how you love and appreciate her, so many have already lost their moms.
Take care and see ya next time, okay?