The Crim family of Reed Springs had Thanksgiving dinner in their home and those helping eat it with Lonnie, Pam, Logan, Alexa and Paola were Bonnie Phipps, Cecilia Edwards, Danny Thurman, Roy and Linda Freeman, Michael and Wendee Freeman, Matt, Madison, Sydnee and Alexis, Cody and Lily Freeman and Ezra, Cody and family was in for the holiday.

Tara brought Jett over last Monday and Tuesday and Aunt Kendra picked him up at noon on Monday. Violet stopped while in town and picked up her eggs, as I went to Irene Richards visitation I dropped eggs off at the eye doctor.

Kay stopped and picked up my news last Tuesday.

When I got my eggs Wednesday I took them over to the courthouse and then I came by the nursing home and visited with some of the people there before I went to see Marie.

Cathy Cornett, Tyler and Kayla came by and picked up some food to take to the family dinner on the day of her Grandpa Ted Jackson’s funeral.

I went down to Monica’s for Thanksgiving and she and I first went to Branson and saw a movie, “Delivery Man.” It was funny, but it had some heartwarming moments in it. Then we came back to her house where we picked Joel up and we went into Forsyth and ate dinner then I came on home.

I went to Lola Graham’s funeral Friday morning and then I came back by and visited with Marie.

Saturday I attended Ted Jackson’s funeral and I saw my niece, Cindy Brown, who I haven’t seen for a while.

It was a nice day to go to church Sunday. Jo Stephens said she made it out to church for the first time since her surgery.

Lets keep those prayers going for our sick folks because there are some of our church families that are sick.

Prayers and sympathy to all who have lost loved ones. There are too many to start naming them.

Keep praying for our Nation and our leaders and the men and women in the service and their families and the ones in training.