Bonnie Phipps said she went to church Sunday and she was doing just fine. I went to town last Tuesday and when I started home I stopped in at the Heart of the Ozarks Nursing Home before I came home.
Mark and Mark Weston came Wednesday and brought eggs and then Mac Mitchell came to change my dryer from natural gas to propane gas but they didn’t think they had all the parts so I had to wait until Mark went to Springfield to get some papers showing how to do it so Mac had to come back Friday to finish the job and the dryer is great.
Nina Carter stopped by that evening on her way home and picked up a few things that I had for her. Ric Englehardt picked Martin Hathcock and me up and we went down to the church where Nina met us for Bible study.
Thursday I went to town and took some eggs in and I paid some bills and then I went by Marie Dickey’s before I came on home. I was sorry to hear about the death of Jim Curry. He will be missed. I saw him once in a while when I took my news in and he always spoke to me.
Louann Curry and family and the Herald have my deepest sympathy. Mark brought me some old hens Friday and helped Mac with the dryer.
Hellen Nettleton came by Saturday morning and visited with me. She had come down to pick up a quilt that she had quilted. I went by the Heart of the Ozarks and dropped some rolls off to some of the ladies up there before I went to Jim Curry’s funeral. Darrell and Cathy Cornett and Tyler came by that night and picked up their carrot cake and and the Blakey address book and the quilt block.
Sunday I went to church with Martin Hathcock and it was cold, but the church was warm when we got there. We canceled the night service.
Some of our sick folks are improving, but still need our prayers and others just need us to keep them in our prayers.
My prayers and sympathy goes out to the Jim Curry families and all the others who 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 our prayers.