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The last two days have been so nice. I love these bright days. They’re better for seeing.
When the nurse came yesterday and dressed my sore leg, it finally showed some improvement. I was so thankful. My right knee has acted up but is doing better.
So nice not to have any local deaths to report.
A Mrs. Purdle of Ava called me yesterday. It was interesting talking to her. I knew some of her relatives. I also had a nice visit with Max Greene who called me concerning the Ryan and later Wolf Creek Cemetery east of Mansfield on Hwy. 60. It was started by my great grandfather, Drewry Ryan who homesteaded the place. His relatives are also buried there and he said he no doubt would be also.
I meet new people that read my items. So many tell me they like to read them.
Harold Vaughan and Leah Vaughan have attended their grandson’s football games. Thursday night at Cabool and today at Mountain View. They lost Wednesday night. It remains to be seen today.
Velma and son Dean Gray, attended the Senior Center at Mountain Grove Friday. They had a good lunch and enjoyed the singing.
Travis Coatney, who had a bad car accident last Thanksgiving night, is spending some time at a Columbia hospital. Sure hope it helps him. He may be there a month as he was to have some surgery first. He has improved since the accident. His dad, David, is so good to help him.
Mrs. Holt, who lived down on PP in Norwood, has moved to the rental trailer at Patsy Bradshaw’s place here in town. She has been in poor health for some time.
The Victory Hill congregation appreciated the sermons given my Robbie Colton during the revival that closed last week. He is pastor of a church at Marshfield. They were a very nice family.
June Bradshaw is still in a Springfield care center but may come home next Friday. She’s doing pretty good but probably won’t be able to live alone. Glad she’s doing better.
LeAnn and daughter Hailey Landzini have been enjoying horseback riding in the evenings. LeAnn is my niece. She’s the daughter of Ron and Deanna Kelly and lives close.
Norwood School was dismissed Thursday afternoon and Friday. I bet the kids enjoyed that. One of our neighbor boys got a chance to work on his car. That’s a learning situation. Also an expensive one. He is Dustin Dawson and a nice young man.