What did you wake up to this Saturday morning? A small snow covering? So far it is still falling, little flakes, so maybe not very deep.
Last Saturday night visiting for awhile with Wilmer and Deloris Delk was Curtis and Brenda Coursey. Wilmer is feeling some better.
Cousin Sue Fuller had to make a trip to ER last Saturday night. She is feeling better. She and James really appreciated the supper the GA’s and their leaders prepared the last Friday night of each month. I got mine too. Louise, her sis, fixed their eats on night and son Tony and Marsha also brought food. Also, I sent food.
Kenneth Chapman had surgery this past week in the Medical Center and I hear is doing well, so maybe in a few days he can soon be home.
Tuesday I had a Dr.’s appointment and as we almost got home it began sleeting on us. It was small pieces, that was first I’d seen.
According to the calendar Spring begins March 20th, but remember, change the clocks the 10th.
Well, cousin Lasley is all banged up again. he fell in the bathtub, his ribs are not broken, but the Dr. says badly bruised and scrapped up. Luckily nothing was broken, yet terribly sore.
Frieda Pitchford of Paris, Tennessee, has been visiting with her mom Marvine Borders and her boys Brett’s family in Bowling Green and Andy’s family in Nashville and her in-laws Wapi and Doll Pitchford of Scottsville. Doll was in the hospital. Maybe now she is able to be back home.
Sorry to hear that Ada Dorris is in the Medical Center in Bowling Green. Hope she is soon able to be back home and improving.
Terry Hart had breakfast one morning this week with his mom Virginia hart before leaving for work.
Our sympathy to Nolvis Harris and family in the death of his wife Agnes Harris. The last few years she has had a lot of medical problems. They were married, I think the radio said 64 years. Any a good many years, especially in today’s world.
Visitors in this week have been Judy Jernigan, David and Stacey Jernigan, James Fuller and cousin Lasley, before he fell. he is better, still very sore and bruised up.
Until next time, smile, God loves you, He really does. See ya!
I know the kids and I don’t know how many with their leaders Steve and Heather Cross spent the weekend somewhere they were skiing. The only casualty, which luckily was not by any means life-threatening was Devon Cross. Bless his heart, had a broken collarbone. I’m sure that must be most painful. Hope he soon feels better.