A beautiful Saturday in Spa last week. Howe was it where you are from?
Sorry Cassidy Jernigan is on crutches. Hope she can get rid of them.
We got word here on Wednesday from Terry Robertson in Florida that his mom, Omanel Robertson had passed away that morning. Her home is in Greenville, but since her health had gotten worse, she lived there with Terry and his wife. She will be brought back to Greenville for her funeral and burial. However, at this time, I don’t know her funeral arrangements. She was a cousin to me, Louise and Sue. Her dad and our dads were bothers. She is the last of the siblings.
My friend Kathryn Stuart recently had carpal tunnel on her left hand. She is home and doing very well. You know how it is when one hand is not much help. The stitches are out so maybe it won’t be long till the hand is more help. Luckily it was her left hand and she is right handed.
Marvine Borders and her caregiver Julie were down awhile one night this week. Then on Tuesday, Dick Dickerson of Russellville came down and got me and away we went to Webb’s. We had a delicious lunch. Then on Thursday, retired professor Dr. Lynwood Montell of Bowling Green came down. We got out and rode around the Olmstead way and came back to Webb’s for another delicious meal. That Lisa Stuart is a very good cook. Try it sometime, you will be glad you did.
Heard from cousin Sherry Harris in Louisville one morning. She is okay. She was calling to say “Happy Mother’s Day.” It was good to hear from her. She plans on a return visit in June, and we will love to have her.
I had not talked to Marlene Harrison for awhile and this I did the other morning. She is not at all well and is facing surgery in a couple of weeks. Knowing her, she would appreciate prayer for her when you pray. We hope she does well with the surgery.
In my last week’s column when I mentioned wanting names of all the graduates, I meant for you to call Martha Wright instead of me. She does the church bulletin.
I hear Abby Arnold is one of our graduates. She will be going to Western. Congrats girl, we are proud of you.
Ronny Hart spent Saturday night with his mom Virginia Hart. He lives in Greenville.
Surprise, surprise! Saturday afternoon when the doorbell rang I was delighted to see Ruth Dill Morgan of Bowling Green. It had been so long since I had seen her. I sure was glad she stopped in awhile.
I had a good Mother’s Day. Stanley brought lunch, so her and I ate and visited awhile. Elaine and Tara went to her mom’s, Louise Carver at Rosewood. So we all had special days.
See ya next time. And smile, God loves you.
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