Good morning wherever you are. Hope you had a great week and made someone’s day. Which happened to me Friday night.
I got this call from Eugene Flint of Springfield, Indiana, he was most interesting to talk with. He has access to the local papers and sees his name “Fleming.” Well, he had a grandma Fleming, she was related to those locally of which was Essie Fleming Lyons and other locally. I don’t remember this name he mentioned, Eldon. He was in the Battle of the Bulge. Anyway, I’m always appreciative of our military guys. They are to be praised for their service.
Sorry Lillian Johnson is still in the hospital in Bowling Green. Hope she can soon get to feeling better and back home.
Sorry Vicki Martin is in the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. Hope they can find her problem and soon be much better. Her husband Dennis and her sis Lynn are with her.
Glad Rufus Coursey is back home after a few days in the hospital in Nashville.
Cade Johnson got to enjoy birthday number 9 last Sunday with his parents Alicia and Chris Johnson and sister Meredith and pop Lasley Johnson, Courtney and Grandy Jackson and boys Chandler and Kendell, Janet and Wesley Wright and Weston, Phyliss Dukes, Mitchell and Heather Johnson and Jenny and Bruce and Byrnes and Dean Law. They had lots of food as well as gifts.
Got a call from Sherry Harris in Louisville, she is doing okay and hopes to be down this way the first week in April. Since she lost both of her parents, we try to adopt her. She is a sweetie.
Virginia Hart is a new great-granny to Miss Ellen Elizabeth Gibson, daughter of her grandson Chad and his wife. She weighed over 9 lbs. and was 21 inches long. She was born the 5th of March at the Medical Center in Bowling Green. Her local grandparents are Roger and Carolyn Gibson. She has two older sisters.
Visiting in the county have been James and Martha Meador and son Roger and Monica Meador of the great state of Texas, along with his sister Marvine Borders and others of the family. One night they all enjoyed supper with Barbara and Freddie Borders before returning back home.
Our sympathy to the family of Dan Wilson. He was a kid I knew when we lived in Stuart’s community.
Sorry Marilyn Morris, wife of Bro. Kinnith Morris of Hopkinsville. She is in the hospital, bless her heart, she is not doing well at all. She is the sister-in-law of Martine Borders.
Peggy Taylor, sis of James and Sue Fuller, visited awhile with them on Saturday afternoon. They both are feeling some better.
Those in here this week have been Judy Jernigan, Marvine Borders, David and Stacey Jernigan (brought good eats) and Mark Thornberry. My smoke detector was going off and I didn’t know how to stop the racket, whew it was a relief.
Until next time, have a good week.