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Debbie Cederlind came down Friday night and stayed all night with her mother, Bonnie Phipps, and then Saturday Moe and Kaylynn Todd came down and when they went back that evening they took Madison, Sydnee and Alexis Freeman with them to stay all night and then Micheal and Wendee Freeman went up Sunday evening and got them.
Bonnie got out Sunday and went to church.
I took my news in last Monday evening and then went and got me some bread and milk before I went to my O.E.S. Meeting. I went to Ozark to Donna Fleetwood’s last Tuesday and took her up to Springfield to get every thing ready for her to move into her new apartment on Saturday.
Visiting in my home Wednesday was Tara Coonce and Jett, James Blakey and Lakota.
Those going to Nina Carter’s that night for study was Martin Hathcock, Dennis and Sandy Shumate and D.J., Nancy Levan, Don and Evelyn Bryan and Hellen Blakey.
I found the highest gift God gave me was compassion, next server and third giver.
I really enjoyed this study so Wednesday we will do something else it will be out of a book and I don’t remember the title.
Violet came by Thursday and brought me a mess of the hog and said it was for my birthday.
Justin Coonce brought Jett over so he could do some work outside and while he was here James came and Jett took his first step toward his poppy James, later Mark Blakey and Gary Shelton stopped in for a while.
Tom and Mary Martha Williams, Carol Moore, Marie Dickey and Doris Morrison all went Friday down to Kimberling City to the official inspection of the 27th District.
Later in the afternoon Kristie Blakey, Lakota and Kendra came by and the last two stayed until Justin picked Jett up.
Sandy Cleghorn stopped by on the way to town this week.
Saturday morning I picked up Donna’s nephew, Chris, and we went to Ozark to help move Donna to Springfield and when we got there the ones that said they would move her didn’t show up so it was just luck that my son was in Springfield and wasn’t working but we got most of her stuff moved, but time was running out for my son because he had to work Sunday morning at three. I stayed with Donna Saturday night and put stuff away until almost midnight then I went to bed and then I got up at eight and emptied a few more boxes and then got our breakfast and emptied some more boxes, I left there at noon to get home and take my medicine which I didn’t take with me, I left three boxes not emptied.
I got to Ava at 2:30, and when I took the boxes by the recycle place and then came on home I didn’t take all the other tubs out of the car and went into the house and crashed.
Lets keep all our sick folks in our prayers and Donna too. My prayer and sympathy goes out to the Bill Bolding family and all the other ones who have lost a love one.
Keep our leaders and the men and women in the service and their families and the ones in training in your prayers.