Howdy, hope you have had an enjoyable week. I hear most gardens are about gone, and we will sure miss them.
Saturday night Martine Brown, along with Jack and Lorene Thomas attended a wedding at “The Plantation” for Katie Kinser to Cory Smith. Best wishes to the young couple as they start leaning the life of a married couple.
Sue Fuller saw her doctor in Bowling Green one day this past week. Seems like she, as well as James, just can’t seem to get to feeling lots better.
Cousin Lasley Johnson is finally feeling better. The doctors were giving him two kinds of wrong pills.
Tuesday morning cousin A.B. Willhite called, he was going to Muhlenberg to a cemetery where some of the family are buried, so I said, okay. I know part of where we went, which is by the Paradise plant and into all of the fields where there are so many roads. I could not find my way back again. Anyway, the first one we stopped at was the Sears Cemetery where my grandma Annie’s mother, grandma Martha’s parent and grandparents were entombed. Their last names were “Roll.” Then we stopped at another one called Weir, where 2 men were mowing and cleaning, as they had family buried there. It was a small plot. The Sears plot was much larger and seemed well taken care of. I appreciated him taking me.
Tuesday was WMU day at the home of Virginia Hart. Those attending were Joyce Chapman, Patty Campbell, Evelyn Skipworth, Wanda Coursey and pastor Bro. Art Hatfield and Bro. Rob Johnson. After the meeting, they all had lunch and a good time visiting.
I sent my great-granddaughter Krista Lynn her birthday card, which was Thursday in Georgia. She called and I sure was glad to hear her sweet voice.
Visiting Martine Brown one night this week was her brother Kinnit Morris of Hopkinsville. They enjoyed the night meal at Slappyz.
Saturday the 21st was the day of the Johnson annual reunion. We met at the activities building at Elk Lick Church with an abundance of food, good fellowship, picture taking and good ole times. There were 53 of us and we think a few didn’t get counted. Here we go: from Lousiville Sherry Harris, Ruth Watson, Richard and Sue Johnson, their son Richard, their daughter Julie DiSalva and 2 boys Mason and Taylor, from St. Charles, Missouri Andy and Jean Godsey, from Auburn Maranda Connally and girls Addison and Bayleigh, from Russellville Larry and Judy Willcutt, Wesley and Janet Wright and Weston, Jimmie and Milissa Fleming and granddaughter Olivia Wells, Ray and Sandra Sharp, son Corey, friend Steven Doss, grandchildren Marin Carter and Rachael Sharp, grandson C.J. Dukes, Mitchell and Heather Johnson and Jenny, Jeff and Corrie Fuller, Olivia, Sean, Luke and Brett, Antioch lady Louise Henderson, Chris and Alicia Johnson, Meredith and Cade and friend Katelyn Ogle, Randall and Jolene Adler near Lake Malone, Joyce Hardison of Red Hill Road, Charles Delk of Sharon Grove and last, but certainly not least, me Hazel. Hope I missed no one. I think more were there than had been in several years. Remember, 3rd Saturday in September 2014. Make plans now to be here. Let me tell you, these guys and gals are certainly good cooks.
Heard Saturday that Curtis Coursey is in the Medical Center in Bowling Green. Hope he is soon able to be back home and doing much better.
On Saturday morning visiting awhile with me were cousin Sherry Harris and Ruth Watson of Louisville. We showed Ruth some of our local “sights” before we ate lunch at the Ranger Grill and the afternoon reunion. They 2 girls drove back to Louisville late afternoon. Good to have them awhile.
I was so pooped out from Saturday that I didn’t make it to church this morning. I wear out so easily and yesterday caught up with me this morning.
Hope you have a good week. Keep a smile and make someone’s day. See ya!