We have had a dusting of snow and the weatherman keeps talking about more and to me, it has been plenty cold.
Got a call last week from my cousin in Florida and that was Omane Nell. While we were shivering here, it was in the 70s there. It sure sounded good.
Judy and Lannie Jernigan celebrated their 50th anniversary last Sunday in Greenville. There celebrating with them were their kids Kim and Johnny and Grace Richardson, David and Stacey Jernigan and girls Kaitlyn, Madison and Cassidy, her 5 sisters and 2 brothers and others of her family, as well as some of Lannie’s family. They had the traditional cake and it was very pretty, as well as good, and of course gifts.
Visiting with Virginia Hart this week have been daughter Carolyn Gibsob of Warren County and Mike and Vonna Brown and her boys are in and out this week. The Browns live in Adairville.
Bro. Kinnith and Marilyn Morris visited awhile with his sis Martine Brown this past week when she got to go see them. Marilyn is not feeling well, wish she could be more comfortable.
Back home is Freddie Borders and vet Bill Smith. They were in Kansas pheasant hunting and did get some. Freddie said it was in the 60s and very dusty. Anyway, they enjoyed their trip.
I hear Connie Williams and Connor have been doing their EMT training and completed and as a result, Freddie and Barbara were fixing supper for them and their mom Marvine Borders. Wasn’t that nice?
Judy Jernigan and I were in town Wednesday. I had a check up with Dr. Chhabra at Dr. Singh’s office and I got an okay report, don’t have to go back for 6 months. While there, we stopped at KFC and had our lunch.
Then Friday, Dr. Lynwood and Linda Montell and her granddaughter Zoe from Bowling Green were here awhile and we went to Haley’s Roost and had lunch. It was good to see them, as it had been some time since I’d gotten to see Linda and Zoe. We had a good visit.
Woke up to snow Sunday morning, enough hat I stayed in. It was cold too, so thought a good time to stay in.
According to radio reports, the groundhog didn’t see his shadow, will wait and see if that old saying holds true.
Until next time, see ya!