It is beginning to feel a bit like fall weather, which according to the calendar begins the 22nd, which is a good week away.
Monday was Judy Jernigan’s birthday, so on Sunday Lannie, David and Stacey, Kaitlyn, Madison and Cassidy and Kim and Johnny and Gracie, plus 15 others of her side of the family, sisters, brothers and others, met at beautiful Shady Cliff for her special day and had a great lunch, which was very much enjoyed. I like this blooming onion, and I asked her if she would mind getting one for me. She did and I have enjoyed it the whole week. Thanks, gal.
A great guy passed away this week and that was Lon Sosh, radio personality for lots of years and quite a few of them on WRUS. He later realized he had been called by the Lord to preach. He did that well too. To say he will be missed certainly will be true. Our sympathy to the family. Lon had a real sense of humor to say the least. The comfort is here, is to realize he is out of his suffering. Godbye Big Daddy Babaloo!
Remember Saturday, the 21st is the Johnson reunion, which will be at the activities building at Elk Lick. We usually eat about 4:30, so bring some good eats and come on. We would be glad to see you.
Marvine Borders is back home. She has been visiting her daughter Freida and mark Pitchford in Paris, Illinois.
Last Sunday Steve Timberlake brought me green beans and this Sunday sweet potatoes. Martha Harris brought tomatoes and okra and Curtis Coursey brought tomatoes and they are all very good.
Home from Florida are Jeff and Sheila Barrow, their girls Janet and Wesley Wright and Westen, Courtney and Grandy Jackson and Chandler and Kelly and Jackie and Sherry Wright. Glad they are home safe and sound.
Carl and jean Gower of Lewisburg visited while one day this week with Virginia hart.
Found out at church this morning that Joe Coursey is in St. Thomas in Nashville and that his wife Jeannie is handicapped. Also, she fell and had a broken wrist. Hope they both are soon feeling lots better.
See ya next time.