I hope all of you mothers enjoyed your special day Sunday. I’m so thankful that I had a very good day. Barry took me to Shady Cliff Restaurant for the first serving of the day. We went early, so our reservations were some of the first. I thank God for having a special Godly mother and even though she has been gone for some time, I still feel the influence she had in my life.
I understand Veneida Audas has been in the local hospital. I don’t know the extent of her illness, but I hope she is recovering and will soon be much better.
Becky Jo and Jaren Young visited with us Sunday afternoon and brought me a beautiful plant. Becky Jo, even if she does have a full schedule, takes time to remember me and Jared is very thoughtful too.
We went to Kirkmansville on Friday night and enjoyed the food as well as the music. The band that Barry plays with play about twice a month and if I can, I try to go. The food and the personnel - well, you don’t find what you get there at a lot of places, and I do enjoy going there.
Ilene Baugh has her family for dinner Sunday. Is is nice when the children bring the food and you don’t have to cook, but that is what Mother’s Day is all about, showing your mother that you love her and appreciate her. The children, the in-laws, the grandchildren, and great grandchildren all came and that included Gaylen and Sheila, Connie and David, Allyson, Josh and children, and Leslie and children. They enjoyed a good day.
We are sorry that Mae Brigance is in the Vanderbilt Hospital in Nashville. I think she is scheduled to have heart surgery next week. We wish her the best and pray that her surgery will be successful and her recovery forthcoming.
Ida Lou bowers of Greenville was a luncheon guest of Beverly McPherson on Sunday. We are happy to learn that Ida Lou is feeling to learn that Ida Lou is feeling much better. (She has a good doctor, I know because he is my doctor too.)
Mildred Dorris enjoyed going to Gertie Latham’s at Huntsville Saturday for a Birthday Cookout. Those celebrating birthdays were Gertie, Mildred Dorris, Bridgette, Sharon and Brenan. They had a real good day.
Joetta Dempsey of Bowling Green visited her mother, Mildred Dorris Friday. They always find things to do.
The Forever Young group met Monday at the fellowship hall with 15 attending. This included two visitors, Romanna Sadler and Linda Hacker.
That’s enough for now. Just remember to stay happy, always lend a helping hand and ever give God the Glory.