Hello everyone, hope things are going well for all of you. This has been a good week. I’ve been busy, but can’t see what I’ve done. It seems like it takes me longer to rest up than what I’ve done. Is that a sign of something? I hope not. Whitesburg
Again, we have had a lot of deaths. Our sympathy goes out to Donald Enfusse and his family in the death of his brother, Sonny Enfusse, who lived in Maryland. He had been sick for a long time. They were all from Marlowe.
Also, Darlene Hatton, the wife the of late Corsie Hatton (Clyde’s cousin), and Karen Morgan, who went to high school with my sons, died. She was the daughter of the late Bee and Ellis Morgan.
Wanda Tolliver is still in Hazard Hospital after surgery, and still having a lot of pain. She needs to be remembered in prayer.
I talked with Juanita Profitt and she and Earl are about the same. Aggie Hatton has her good days and bad days, but she has been getting to come to church some and that makes her happy. We are glad to see her.
This pretty weather makes us feel like spring is almost here. Winter has seemed long with the cold weather and so much snow and ice.
I just called Anna Watkins in Florida, and we talked 30 minutes and never ran out of things to talk about, even after over 50 years. She said she felt better than she had in years. She has been having a lot of health problems, and I sure was glad to hear that she is feeling better and that all her family is doing well.
I saw my cousin, Imogene Adkins, and I hadn’t seen her in a long time. She said she surely enjoyed the pictures Ada King sent of the Miller family. She said that her sister-in-law, Danola Adkins, had a light stroke and was feeling better, and also told me that she was 93 years old. I was glad to hear that. She worked in Whitesburg post office for along time, and I’m sure everyone remembers her. She’s a pretty lady!
My son Rob sure did enjoy having his daughter Rocki and her husband Matt and their little daughter Elise last weekend. I think he will be having his two little grandsons, Will and Loren, next week. He sure is enjoying being a ‘Pop-Pop’ and a dad also, and he’s certainly a good son, and so are my other three, Astor, Billy and Larry. I’ve been blessed to have them.
Cram Creek Church, where Bro. Ernest Brock is pastor, is having a 30-day revival that began Feb. 27. They are having different preachers, and I’m sure they will be pleased to have everyone They had this last year, and it went real well.
May God bless all of you. Try to be in church somewhere this week.