Spring is finally here, and wow, how fast the spring flowers and trees have popped open with bursts of yellow, white and pink flowers, and a few other colors too.
The warmer weather has also started the grass to growing, and Vergle Caudill will be taking care of the upkeep of the Hampton and Dixon cemeteries above Letcher School. Anyone with loved ones there can send their donations to him at: Box 172, Blackey, KY 41804, or you can call him at: 633-8006.
Toby and Coleen Breeding have returned home after spending the winter in Florida. We had a rough winter this year, and I’m sure they were glad to be away from it, but we sure are glad to have them back home on Spring Branch.
Barbara Culp is doing better with her leg healing slowly. She can put some weight on it, and her sister, Kitty, has recently been in helping Barbara and Roy.
‘ Bumper’ Adams got home and is doing much better after his recent heart problems. The stents have helped him and he appreciates all the concern and prayers that were said on his behalf.
Arnetta Mae Slone was able to make it out to Blair Branch Church last Sunday. Lana brought her. She had recently been in the Hazard hospital with a stroke, but was only using a cane on Sunday.
We had a good weekend at Blair Branch Church with good preaching and a large crowd attending. All of us were praying for Travis Morton, who had gotten bad news from his recent doctors appointment. He is a special friend to lots of folks throughout our area, and we saw him sitting out in the warm sun on Sunday.
Eric Blair was visiting with Travis and his mom, Melody, and we also saw Travis’s ‘big’ puppy out in the yard with them. Little brother Ryan came to the door to look out to see what was going on.
Ford Pridemore came up from Lexington on Saturday to watch the Kentucky ballgame with Lee and Wilma Pridemore. He had dinner, and then headed back to Lexington.
I was sorry to learn that Patsy Parks of Louisville, formerly of Spring Branch,