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Bonnie Phipps said she went over to her daughter, C.C’s home Sunday afternoon.
I went last Monday and spent the day with Bessie Hall and had a wonderful time.
Carol Moore, Doris Morrison and Hellen Blakey went with Marie Dickey to Mansfield that evening to her O.E.S. Meeting, which was their D.D.G.M. visit.
Tara and Jett came early last Tuesday morning and then Kay Khutchison stopped by and got my news.
Violet Blakey was in town in the afternoon and stopped by and picked up some eggs.
Tar and Jett was here Wednesday and Thursday morning and then Justin came by before noon and picked Jett up because of the snow and cold weather, James and Kendra came by in thet afternoon to see Jett, but they were too late.
I was sorry to hear about the death of Jim Carter, but he is in a better place than you or I and he isn’t hurting anymore.
I melted snow and all I got was .1/8 of an inch.
Nina Carter stopped by Friday afternoon and visited a while and then that evening I had very unexpected visitors, it was my grandson, Johnathan Blakey and little Alexia. It was a pleasure to have them. Annie had a customer that she was giving a massage. That is what Annie does and she is good at it.
Saturday we received a call telling us that Art Levan had passed away Saturday.
Tom and Mary Martha Williams, Marie Dickey, Doris Morrison and Hellen Blakey all went to Mountain Grove to the Past Matron and Past Patron Meeting Saturday evening.
Sunday after church the Mt. Tabor Church went to the nursing home at two and sung for them and Bro. Dennis Shumate had a devotional before we left and then I went home and finished the food that I was making to take down to Nina Carter’s for their supper. When I got down there no one was there so I just waited until they returned from the visitiation and then I just stayed and visited with them and I was introduced to them, but I told them that I would probably forget who they were, but some stuck in my mind because one was the same name as my sister, Margaret.
The family enjoyed all the food that the Mt. Tabor Church had send and all the other people that brought or sent. Everything was appreciated.
Lets keep our sick folks in our prayers.
Our prayers and sympathy goes out to the Jim Carter and Art Levan families and all the others who have lost a loved one. Keep praying for our men and women in the service and their families, and our leaders, and the ones who are in training.