Hello friends from Little Creek. It is time for my ramblings and that is what this will be for I have notes of things to write scattered about.
Karen and Greg came Sunday morning and took out my old washer and put in a new one. I had not purchased a washer in a very long time. I used a Whirlpool, which Joe bought years ago and when it quit after he died, Ruby Lee gave me a washer. I have always made it a point to never overload a washer and I take care of my “stuff.”
Anyway, that’s the way my day has gone so far.
Karen also visited me on Saturday.
I was with my friends at club Wednesday. We are missing Jo. It was good to see her getting around so good with her walker when I saw her at the reunion. We also missed Barb and Ruthie and Audrey. Jean and I hemmed quilts. The others quilted and Robyn did dishes, her and Colleen.
Update, Jo came to club this past Wednesday having driven herself and she is getting around good. She is done with therapy in Ava and will exercise at home. Chris was coming to spend the weekend and attend Hootin’ An’ Hollarin’.
With much sadness, Barbara Scott’s family and friends have said a final goodbye to dear wife, mother, grandmother and loved one to so many. Barb lost a short, brave battle with cancer and we will miss her and I grieve for the loneliness Noel will face. I can only offer my condolences.
Barb always had a sweet smile and she was kind and compassionate and loved her family fiercely.
She treated my kids as her own and didn’t hesitate to reprimand them. My kids love Noel and Barb and extend sympathy. As I well know, there is not much can be done to help at a time of such sorrow, except to be available with shoulders to cry on, ears to listen, and love to rely on.
We love you dear Barb. May you rest in peace until we meet again.
We know not what tomorrow may bring, so we should live to spread love and strive to make Heaven our home.