Greetings! Sorry James Fuller has been in the Medical Center in Bowling Green this week having a procedure done. He is, however, back home now, but he has to go to the Dr. again Monday which will be the 8th. Maybe he will get a good report.
I had a good day Wednesday. Kathryn Stuart of Russellville came out and we celebrated her birthday, which was the 3rd. We’ve done this for a lot of years and we still enjoy doing it. If my brother had been living his birthday would have been the 2nd.
Bro. Kinnith Morris of Hopkinsville and his sis Martine Brown of Russellville went to Missouri to see their brother Bob and wife Kay. He had been in the hospital and was then in a nursing facility. He has not been well for some time. Glad they got to go see him.
Bringing my supper Friday night were Rita Coursey, Lane Atkisson and Emily Borders. This as from the “Come to my table” crew from the church.
Our sympathy to the family of Wilma McReynolds, may God bless.
Remember, we have kittens for give-away, so give us a call.
Got a call Saturday from my cousin Omanel Robertson in Florida. She was doing very well, however, her son Terry has recently had open heart surgery and is now home and slowly improving, so that sounds good. Always good to hear from her.
And I hear cousin Charlie Delk is having major health problems and is to have surgery Friday. Hope he gets a better report.
Got a call from another cousin Shirley Price in Owensboro. He and his wife (also Shirley) are busy, she at the drug store and he in the garden and hot-house. He is quite good with flowers, so he keeps busy.
Stanley and I are holding down the fort as Elaine and Tara are in Charleston S.C. helping with the new baby and the older two while John is gone. We miss them, but are okay.
It was good to see Freida and Mark Pitchford of Paris, Illinois at church this morning with her mom Marvine Borders, Had not seen them for quite awhile.
Our cousin Sherry Harris of Louisville will be here unless plans change the afternoon of the 22nd for a visit. We always enjoy her so much.
Keep a happy face and see ya next time!