Bonnie Phipps didn’t make it to church Sunday, but those visiting in her home last week was Hellen Blakey, who had brught her an almanac, which came from her insurance company.
I took my news and eggs in last Monday then when I started home I went by Jo Stephens and gave her a birthday card and cake. That evening Lakota came by after she had coached a little team and she stayed all night with me and before we went to bed I had a call from my grandson, Johnathan Blakey, telling me that he and Annie was proud parents of a boy named Owen Neal Blakey, born at 8:26. When they measured how long how is we will put a picture and all the detail in the paper.
I met Ellis last Tuesday at one in Seymour after he got off work and we headed for Springfield to see our new baby. Nancy Perryman brought Alexia up to see her little brother, so we all went down and looked in the window at him together. Ellis and I stopped in and saw Mary Martha Williams before leaving the hospital.
I took Darlene Lister and Judy Curry some eggs in Wednesday and picked up some medicine before coming home. Lakota came by after school and picked her quilt up before going on home.
Thursday I stayed home and made bread and an angel food cake for our O.E.S. Friendship night Monday.
I took some papers into town Friday and filled up my car with gas and then Lakota came by and I went with her over to see her dentist in the afternoon.
It was raining when I went to church and we had Sunday school, but when Ric started to preach it started sleeting and we decided to go home and I am glad we did.
Ellis came by after he got out of church before he went home.
Lets keep all our sick folks in our prayers because some of them might go back for an operation and treatments.
My prayers and sympathy goes out to the Tom Harris family and all the others who 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.
P.S. My “naked ladies” came up about four inches before the snow and sleet.