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Debbie Cederlind came down Thursday evening and stayed all night with her mother Bonnie Phipps and took her to the doctor on Friday and when she brought her back home Debbie went home. Ken and Debbie Cederlind came down Saturday so Debbie could attend her 40th Class Reunion and they all stayed all night with Bonnie and Sunday morning they all went to church together.  Sunday afternoon Wendee Freeman, Madison, Sydnee and Alexis came over to visit with them. Cecilia Edwards was there too.

Tara brought Jett over last Monday and Thursday. I took my news and eggs in last Tuesday and then stopped by the nursing home before I came on home to get my lawn mower ready to cut my grass which I was calling it hay in back because it was so high.

Linda Perry had her knees operated on Wednesday and is doing just fine, she is home now.

I took some more eggs into town and got me some gas for my lawn mower so I could finish cutting my grass, but I tired out so I will have to finish it when it quits raining again.

Thursday I received .1 of an inch of rain by 4 p.m., Friday .4 of an inch of rain by 6 p.m. and .1-1/2 inch of rain Saturday. We had rain, sleet, snow pellets and big snowflakes, but they didn’t stick here in Ava.

Thursday while Jett was here James came by and played with him for two hours outside which Jett loved that, Violet came by that evening and picked up her eggs.

Friday I went to town and paid some bills and got  groceries and while I was in Wal-Mart I saw Larry Yonker and got to talking and he said that Cecil Creech’s place had sold again and the lady that bought it was fixing the old store up so she might have things in it to sell.

Sunday I stopped by Lloyd and Ruth Shumate’s and picked up three of their great grandchildren and took them to church. Lloyd wasn’t doing to good. Sunday night we had a business meeting and then Bible study and after it was over I went over to the nursing home to see Marie Dickey because she hadn’t been feeling good, but seems to feel a little better when I got there.

Lets keep our sick folks in our prayers. There are so many out there. My prayers and sympathy goes out to all the families 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.

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