Hello, out there, it is another beautiful day, however, we just get drier and drier, I was out in the old garage while ago and the ground in there is so hard and full of cracks. Whenever the Lord decides it's time for a rain in Spa it will get here.
Lasley and Lila Johnson were at their camper at the lake a few days, found a tree down, so that means a big job to get that up and out of the way.
Marvine and Thurmon Borders enjoyed the singing last Sunday afternoon at First General Baptist Church, the Challengers were singing.
Rex Porter has his tobacco all cut, don't know how man acres he has, I think George Whitson is through with his and he has a lot of tobacco, next on the to do list is start stripping.
I hear Wilford Scarbrough added another candle to his birthday cake on the 23rd, didn't look any older to me when I saw him the other day, hope he had a most enjoyable one.
Wednesday adding cheer to a fellow Sunday School friend were Marvine Borders, Virginia Hart and teacher Martha Wright visited Alma Coursey in rehab in Bowling Green, she should be home by now and hopefully feeling better.
I hear Mary Smith has been in the local hospital is home now and hope she too is feeling much better.
The Seniors enjoyed the Jack Hunt Band so much this past Tuesday they were asked back for the 28th of October, I've been lucky enough to hear this group and they are good. The meet is at 10 at city hall and pot luck lunch. So come and enjoy.
Glenn and Helen Porter visited a while this past Sunday afternoon with Elvera and Mr. Mayburn McCoy of Quality, while there they got a good shower, wow, maybe it will finally get here.
We played rook Thursday at our house, Lucille Whitson, Marvine Borders and coming in later was Virginia Hart, glad she showed up and hope she had as much fun as we do. We think this is a good way to visit plus have fun.
Remember next Saturday Oct. 4, is the family-friends meet at city-hall, it is pot luck, we usually eat near five, as some work and can't get there till near that time. Bring old photos, family tree info and have a great time, some that were here last year are sick and some have already passed away, so please come. If the doors are not open when you get there go across the street, tell Lasley and he will open the doors. Hope to see you there.
Lois Ann and Bill Cornelius and friends Faye and Kenneth Gallier of Muhlenberg County are home after enjoying several days at Branson, Mo.
As October marches in this week will mention some known birthdays, the 4th, your Dunmor correspondent, Juanita Silvey; the 8th, Sherri Ethridge and Mark Hardison; 9th, Connie Williams and Sheila Johnson Barrow; 10th, George Whitson; 12th, Dianne Porter; 15th, Patricia Penrod and Kathy Chapman Basham; 17th, Lillian Johnson; 18th, Judy Coursey Taylor; 19th, Evelyne Skipworth; 21st, Freddie Borders; 23rd, Bill Jessup and Helen Porter; now the 24th, my buddy, James Stuart; Susan Wells McLellan, Etta Nae Eddings the 25th Tom Webb and Edwin Scarbrough; niece Sandra Fleming Sharp the 29th, and Yash Singh and back to the 24th I will also add another candle to an already overloaded cake. I keep telling all I'm gonna have a surprise birthday party and they say "what" I don't know it isn't here yet?
A couple of anniversaries I know are the 12th, good friends James and Kathryn Stuart and the 30th, Jason and Baahnah Hendley, enjoy, they too pass fast.
We had a most enjoyable day Wednesday when our visitor was retired professor of WKU Dr. Lynwood Montell of Bowling Green was down a while, we always have a lot of fun with him.
It was mentioned in Sunday School this morning things you might think of as you grew older, several things were mentioned and one said, "Oh, those stupid things you do and I said, "I'm with her" seems like all I do is something stupid. Course some really serious things were discussed too. But count on me for "stupid."
My cousin Carlene Johnson Harris of Louisville called this afternoon, right now she is having serious medical problems, Saturday, and today seemed a fairly good day, one thing she told me was very funny, you know these things we do when we are MUCH younger! Well, it seems she and her hubby Glendon Harris and two special friends C.W. and Paul Harris decided to go "coon huntin'" never found out about the coon, they had to walk across a pole to get across the creek, you can guess who fell in first, yep, it was Carlene and I guess they were laughing so, Glendon joined her in the creek, course, the two guys were laughing their heads off as they trudged their weary, wet, way home. God sure takes care of "kids" doesn't he? I sure remember when he took special care of me, when I didn't have sense enough to not do dare-devil stuff and lived to tell about it, if you want to hear some of them.
Stanley sat with his dad this morning while I got to attend both services. Others in this week have been Kim Richardson, Stacey Jernigan, Judy Jernigan, Arlene Watkins, C. W. Harris, we always enjoy your visits.
Until next time, remember our gals and guys away from here, my wish is they could all be home soon. See ya!