I talked with Bonnie Sunday and she said she was doing just fine. She had been staying in and she sure didn’t get out and go to church today, but her church was cancelled. Anyway, there was lots closed today because of the snow.

I took my news in last Monday, but I first stopped by Jean Herd’s and visited with her then I took my news in and then I went to Sally Prock’s office and the lady  said she had gone to see her doctor.

I took Donna her eggs in last Tuesday and then I came back by the nursing home and visited with Marie Dickey. Wednesday I had made some homemade rolls so I took them to the nursing home and gave them away.

Thursday I received one inch of snow and then Sunday morning we got some more snow and it blew a lot so I couldn’t tell on the ground so I brought my rain gauge in and melted the snow that was in it and it measured .7 of an inch so that meant I got 7 inches of snow on the ground.

I went in Friday and paid some bills and got some groceries and while I was in town  I went by the funeral home and viewed Mildred Mackey’s body and signed the book.

Saturday I went to see Marie Dickey and when I got home Mark, Mark Weston and Ellis came by and then later on Kay and Violet stopped and picked up their eggs before we got the Sunday snow.

Sunday I talked on the phone and when I went out to measure the snow I brought some in and made some homemade snow ice cream and was it ever good.

Lets keep our sick folks in our prayers. My prayers and sympathy goes out to the Mildred Mackey family and all the others that have lost a loved one.

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