Howdy, hope you have had a good week. A big fog this morning. You know the old saying, forever fog in August, will be that many snows this winter. I’m gonna count them.
Enough already about the snow and winter. Sorry, Friday of last week Gary Kelley had surgery on his shoulder in Logan Memorial Hospital. I talked to Cheryl Monday and at that time he was feeling some better. He’d had a rough weekend.
This past Monday, cousin Sue Fuller brought me a watermelon. It was good. I had bought 2 and neither of those were any good, so I really enjoyed this one.
This past Monday Virginia Hart and her Sunday school class teacher Martha Wright enjoyed a breakfast out and then visited class member Evelyn Skipworth, who had been in the local hospital and is now home. Hope she is doing much better.
Sue and James Fuller, on Tuesday, met his sisters at the home of sis Sue Rogers and family of near Hopkinsville. It is good to know that families can still spend time together. She had lunch for them.
On Saturday afternoon two girl friends that had graduated with Sue Fuller spent a few hours together. They were Shirley Stuart Williams of Bowling Green and Ruth Sugg Grayson of Adairville. They really enjoyed being together once again.
Barbara Jean Wood had out of patient this past week at Logan Memorial Hospital. She is home and doing well.
Saturday night was a most enjoyable time to me as Stanley and Elaine called and said we are going to Shady Cliff for supper, want to go? Of course I did, and there we were met by Elaine’s mom, Louise Carver of Rosewood and her sis, Kathy and Terry Briggance of Beechmont. All enjoyed our eats and time together, and believe me, it was sure was a busy place.
I understand Br. Wilbur Powell of Russellville was the guest speaker at Elk Lick this morning.
Keep a smile on your face and do a good deed for someone the week. Make their day. They will appreciate it I’m sure.
Smile God loves you!
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