Kaylynn Todd and Alaya, Courtnie Vigessa, Wylie and Weslee came down to Ava Thursday to visit with their grandmother, Bonnie Phipps, and while there Aunt Cecilia came over and visited with them too and then they went back to Springfield that evening.

Bonnie attended church on Sunday.

Carl and Mary Goss came by last Monday and picked up my car to get the oil changed and to see what was wrong with the front wheel.

I caught a ride with Kay Hutchison last Tuesday before noon and went to Marie Dickey’s and visited with her until almost one and she took me down to the beauty shop and I had my hair fixed and then Jo Stephens came and got me.

I got to go by the nursing home and see Peggy Jenkins, Irene Richards, Roxie Heimeyer and Pauline Schauffler.

I didn’t get to go to Bible study Wednesday night.

Violet Blakey came Thursday morning and took me to Springfield to the Urgent Care Center where they took x-rays of me to see if I had broken or fractured any ribs, but I hadn’t. I had just bruised myself inside good and it will take a while to get back like new.

I sure appreciate all my friends and relatives that have helped me since I fell.

Mary Martha Williams came by Thursday evening and took some eggs with her  also to distribute to Jerry’s Whirl Winds and Mary Dickey and Doris Morrison went with her.

I had two and three-fourths of an inch in my rain gauge by 5 p.m. Friday evening and then I didn’t get it looked at until Sunday morning and I had four-tenths more in it.

Friday I had calls from my two sisters, Mollie McPheeters and Katie Moulder and brother, Bernie Simmons came by to see how I was and my children have checked up on me too.

Nina Carter brought me some milk and bread from the store, before she went on home.

Mary Martha Williams came by and brought my cooler and my money to me for the eggs.

Sunday visitors in my home were Ellis and Marsha Blakey, who came by on their way to church and then later on Ric and Lisa Englehardt came after church and then later on Mark, Sherry and Mark Weston came by.

Lets keep our sick folks in our prayers. They sure need them. My prayers and sympathy go out to all the families that have lost a loved one.

Lets keep our leaders and the men and women in the service and their families and the ones in training in your prayers.