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Debbie Cederlind came down Friday after work to her mother’s, Bonnie Phipps, and stayed until Saturday evening.
Moe and Kaylynn Todd came down Friday also to Bonnie’s home and they ate supper with her and Roy and Sue Freeman and their granddaughters Madison, Sydnee and Alexis, and Cecilia Edwards. Then that evening Moe and Kaylynn went back home.
I went to Jim Carter’s funeral last Monday and that evening Kendra and Lakota dropped by on their way home from babysitting with their nephew in his home and later on Carol Moore came by and picked me up and then we went by and got Marie Dickey and Stella McKenzie and went to our O.E.S. Meeting.
Tara and Jett came last Tuesday and that evening James came by and played with Jett until he went to pick Lakota up and when Tara came for Jett, Carol Moore came and got me and we went to Marie Dickey’s and got in her van and went to Norwood to their O.E.S. Meeting where the D.D.G.M. was visiting that night.
Tara brought Jett over Wednesday and that morning Dennis came by and picked up my food and took it down to Nancy Levan’s home for the family because they had Art Levan’s memorial service at eleven that day.
Mark dropped by with some eggs Thursday.
Friday I went to town and took some papers to the courthouse and took some eggs to the eye doctor office for the girls and then went on over by Mary Ann Hathcock and took her some eggs.
Justin and Brittany Kutz came by Saturday evening and picked up their Christmas gifts, it was good to see them it had been a while since they were here.
Sunday after church I dropped off Pauline Schauffler clothes and I talked with Roxie and she told me that she would never be able to walk again that she was confined to the wheelchair because of her knee.
I went on over to Anita Smith’s and had a birthday supper for Johnathan Blakey and Annie, Alexia, Ellis and Marsha was there. I baked an angel food cake and Anita had strawberries and Cool Whip for dessert.
Lets keep those prayers going for all our sick folks.
Prayers and sympathy goes out to all the ones who have lost a loved one.
Lets keep prayer for our men and women in the service and their families and for our leaders and the ones who are in training to go overseas.
I appreciated the Christmas gift that I got from the newspaper office. Sorry I am late saying it.