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It’s that time again and for sure I do not know much of anything. We have had rainy days, cold days even though it’s spring. We can still have more cold days.


Jeff and Corrie Fuller and Luke visited his parents James and Sue Fuller and brought soup. Ahhhh, that sounds good. James and Sue are slowly feeling better.


Our sympathy to Elsie Carpenter and family in the death of her sister.


I like this one: Smile often, make others wonder what you are up to.


Bob always wanted to plant some garden on Good Friday, which will be this week. Wonder if many will do that this Friday?


Got a call this morning (Saturday) from cousin Sherri Harris in Louisville. School is out there this next week and as of now plans are for her coming down here on Tuesday the 2nd of April. We will be so glad to see her again, so fix some lunch and come and eat with us, we always have a really good time. There isn’t many of us, yet we enjoy our time together, so see ya.


Enjoying breakfast Saturday morning with their mom Virginia Hart were sons Jerry and Ronny from Greenville. She really enjoys the time spent with the boys.


Friday night was the time for the “Come to my table” ans the food was really good. I like veggies and those limas and mashed potatoes and meat loaf. It hit the spot. Bringing mine was Erin Borders, one of the twins and Missy Olivia Atkisson. She is a good hugger too.


Visiting awhile this week with Sue and James Fuller have been 2 granddaughters, Sabrina Fuller of Bowling Green and her sis Tricia Knutson and great-grandson Oliver on Minneapolis, Minnesota. They had not seen Tricia and Oliver for some time ans they really enjoyed their time here. They also brought their breakfast. Wasn’t that nice?


Some April birthdays are the 4th ole Mack Mallory, the 7th Janet Barrow Wright, the 16th Rachel Sharp, the 18th great Ellie Groen, she will be 5, the 24th Lois Ann Cornelius and the 29th Phil Cole. Hope they all have good days.


We had a rare thing to happen this morning. We were without power for quite some time. As usual I’d think, uh huh gonna turn on this light then I can read, nope. Will turn on the radio, nope. Well shucks, everything I’d decided to do couldn’t do that either, so it was wrap up and stay as warm as I could. I tell you, when something like this happens it makes you really appreciate your blessings and electricity is certainly a good blessing.


Remember, no school this week and next. Not only are the teachers thrilled, so are the kids. Anyway, see ya next time.

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