Another wet day in Spa, however, we don’t need any heat, so that is good, and how was your day?
Talked to Sheila Barrow one day last week, she and Jeff and others of the crew that does a lot of mission work in other areas were in Cincinnati doing work. The guys were doing carpenter work and the gals were working with kids. They do this a lot.
A new baby! Josiah and Trishia Fuller Knutson of Minneapolis, Minnesota have a new baby. He arrived May 6th, weighing in at 8 lbs. and 11 ounces and was 21 inches long. His name is Edwin Allen. He has an older brother Oliver. His grandparents here are Jeff and Corrie Fuller, his great-grandparents are Sue and James Fuller. I can’t think of his older granny’s name.
Sorry neighbor up the hill Brenda Coursey, she fell recently while in town (Russellville), got all skinned up. Luckily she did not break anything, but has been awfully sore and just plain hurting. Hope she soon feels better.
Good news! Bev Whitson again has her vegetables and assorted garden stuff on the corner of 106 and 431. Stop and enjoy the goodies.
Thursday, Judy Jernigan picked me up and we met Martine Brown and Kathryn Stuart of Russellville at The Country Charm restaurant. I have eaten there several times and it has always been very good. So if you are hungry it is a good place to go. And also another good place is just up the road at the Ranger Grill, so try that one too.
Peggy Taylor and Linda Sears of Russellville, June Wyatt of Gordonsville, Sue Rogers of Hopkinsville and Sue and James Fuller visited awhile Tuesday night with Jeff and Corrie Fuller and kids Olivia, Jeff, Sean, Brett and Luke.
Got a call one day this week from the former Maudeen Willhite of Tennessee. She had received word that morning that an older sister of hers, Sally Willhite English of Decatur, Illinois had passed away. Sally and I were best friends as we grew up, and the last several years had kept in contact. Several of the family have all passed on except Maudeen and Bonnie of Owensboro and Patty and Tommy of Elkton. Our sympathy to the remaining family. I’ve not heard any arrangements.
We had a small crowd for Sunday school this morning, only 59. A few more showed for the preaching service. Of course, as usual, Virginia Hart was the oldest mother and Morgan Atkisson had the most children (4). It turned out to be a beautiful day and we had several visitors and I’m not gonna try to mention them, other than one, Cathy Chapman Basham and her family. It is always goo to see our “youngans” back home.
See ya next time, okay?