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Ken and Debbie Cederlind and Moe and Kaylynn Todd came down to Bonnie Phipp’s Friday and Cecilia Edwards came over and they ate dinner with Bonnie and they visited the rest of the day and then went back home.
Bonnie said when she came out of the church Sunday there was a few sprinkles on the hood of her car that was about 11:00. I took my news in last Monday and picked up the disc that had our pictures that was taken down at Dan Herrell’s place by Betsy Nelson.
Justin and Tara Coonce and Jett, Mark Blakey, George and Violet Blakey and James Blakey all visited in my home last Tuesday.
I took my car over to Carl Goss’ Wednesday and had my oil changed, in the afternoon I had Carol Moore who came for some eggs and Mark and James was there too.
Those visiting in my home Thursday were Tara Coonce and Jett, James Blakey, Lori Coonce and son, Brett, and that evening Melverine Armour dropped off the base to an oval crockpot that I had been looking for, for a few years and when I announced it over trading post Thursday morning Melverine heard it and she called me right away and said she had broke her bowl to hers so she would bring it to me that evening. She was going to watch her granddaughter play volleyball and after every one left I went over and watched my granddaughter, Lakota Blakey, play softball. That was the first time in a few years because when they played here in Ava, I always had an O.E.S. meeting. Friday I went over to Mary Lou and Ronnie Garfit’s to take Mary Lou her birthday gift.
I got my hair cut Saturday morning and then I went to Marie Dickey’s and later on I went to Martin and Mary Ann Hathcock’s and ate some potato soup with them and was it ever good, so I probably will make me some this week. When I left there I stopped by Norman Duckworth’s and Dale said that they had taken him back to the nursing home from the hospital.
Lets keep all our sick folks in our prayers, there are so many of them.
My prayers and sympathy goes out to all that have lost a loved one and there has been too many lately to name of them. Keep our leaders and the men and women in the service and their families and the ones in training in your prayers.