Hello, hope you had a good week.
Garrison Rosser attended basketball camp a couple of weeks ago, I think it was at Georgetown. Hope I haven’t moved the camp. Anyway, he is quite a good player, so keep it up Garrison, we are proud of you.
James Fuller saw 2 of his doctors in Bowling Green Monday and was given some options. Wish he could get to feeling lots better. He has a good spirit about him and he doesn’t let it get him down. Then Tuesday, Sue (his wife) had to see her doctor also in B.G. She has so much trouble with her back.
Bev Whitson has been in Memphis this week visiting daughter Julie and granddaughter Cricket and of course Julie’s husband. At the moment I can’t think of his name.
Wednesday, Ada Dorris picked up Joyce Chapman, Virginia Hart and myself and we met Lois Ann Cornelius at KFC and had lunch together. Our class tries to do this once each month. We have a good time visiting and eating together.
Bless that Curtis Coursey’s heart, he brought me a bunch of corn Wednesday morning, and after we got back from KFC, I froze 38 ears on the cob. Whew, was tired but very, very thankful.
David and Stacey Jernigan brought my supper Wednesday night, and of course it was good.
Marvine Borders is home again after visiting several days with daughter Freida and Mark Pitchford of Paris, Indiana.
Surprise, surprise, when hearing a knock at the back door and I open it and standing there was J.C. and Imogene Fleming of Owensboro and his brother, Jimmie of Mississippi. It sure was good to see them.
I’ve been saying, and that was what I had been told, that on homecoming day, which is July 27th, the guest singers would be The Sneed Family of Glasgow. Ummm, not not I hear. The group is supposed to be Salem Ridge Quartet. Don’t know here they are from. Be sure to come, it may be a very surprising day. Who knows, we may have 2 groups here to sing, so come be surprised, okay? Should be an interesting day, yep, it may.
At church this morning was a going away service to honor Steven and Heather Cross, as they will be leading the youth at Walnut Grove. They were given gifts and he was also given license to preach. I’m gonna miss those kids, they are pretty special. Anyway, good luck kids, we love you.
Watch for next weeks “whatever,” it is no telling what you may read.
Have a good week and see ya!