It’s Spa time once again. The weather has been a lot cooler, some sprinkles or very light showers here. Others locally, have gotten much more rain than we have. We are still waiting for a good soaker rain and the Lord will provide.
Our sympathy to the remaining family of Mrs. Ravenell “Sis” Penrod. Her services were this past Wednesday at Woodlawn church.
Glad to hear the Lon Sosh at Vanderbilt in Nashville, according to the radio report, came through his surgery. Hope he feels lots better now.
Best wishes to Betty and Courtland Brown as they celebrate anniversary number 60. Isn’t that great?
Bob departed this life 3 years ago on July 15 and we had been married 63 years.
I read a lot and especially the local papers. I am really enjoying the Tulip Green column and I’d sure like to meet the author. She sounds as if she has a lot of humor and it comes out in her column. One of Bob’s seemed to be famous quotes of his “How do you get in all that trouble?” well it did not seem to me if it took any effort on my part, it just seemed to just gang up on me any given moment.
Monday was a day of celebration for David Jernigan, it was his birthday. His mom, Judy Jernigan fixed his special supper. Others there were his dad Lannie, his wife Stacey and girls Kaitlyn, Madison and Cassidy and his sis Kim and Johnny Richardson and Gracey. Wasn’t that nice? Moms are very nice to have around, appreciate them while you still have them.
Former pastor Bro. Kenny Cummins of Princeton, will enter St. Thomas in Nashville Monday morning for out-patient surgery, hope he does fine and back into regular activities.
Sorry that Bro. Robert Grass, dad of Bev Whitson, is not doing very well at all. Keep the family in your prayers.
Our young Miss Mallory Whitson has been at it again this week. I know she has 3 shows this week, I think I have this right, Butler County, Franklin and Morgantown. She won Grand Champion in her class, female (heifer). I can’t remember to ask, dies she win any money, ribbons or what? Will try to find out next time. Anyway, were are proud of Mally, just keep up the winning okay?
Haven’t had much company this week as usual. Marvine Borders stopped in awhile. Curtis Coursey brought some good tomatoes, cucumbers and squash. Thank you very much. Then on Wednesday, good friends WKU retired professor Lynwood Montell and Mitchell Bray of Bowling Green were down. We got out and did our ride around thing. We got to talking and best we, Lynwood and I, began this ride around stuff back in the early 1980s, so no telling how many thousand miles we have ridden over Logan, Butler and Muhlenberg Counties we have traveled. It has been fun, of course we always stop somewhere and eat, that is part of the fun too. We usually do this at least once each month, have lots of fun and interesting things we see.
I want to say a special thanks to all whom are in protection of us, especially the police, fire fighters, doctors, hospital and any of those people who watch out for us. Aren’t they a very special bunch of people? Heard this joke, a man was eating of fixing to in this restaurant, got a hamburger, cup of coffee and apple pie. In come 3 motorcycle riders, one grabbed his burger, another his coffee, the other one his pie. He sat calmly there, got up, paid the cashier and went out. One of those smart guys said, “Not much of a man, huh?” Her reply, “Not much of a truck driver, he just ran over those look like new cycles in the driveway.” What about that? Think they learned a lesson?
Have a good week. Sile, God loves you.