It is a damp, dark, dreary, drizzly day here in Lorain. Had a smidgen of snow on the grass this morning but it was soon gone.
I want to thank everyone who sent an anniversary card and the many phone calls we received today. Two of Red’s nieces called, Carleta Adams, Eolia, and Frances Howard, Lexington. His sister Jean Hunsucker of Letcher Manor, Whitesburg, two sisters-in-law, Jettie Sergent of North Ridgeville, and Georgia Sergent of Lorain, a former student Doris (Phillips) King of Davenport,
Iowa, and a dear friend, Shirley McAtee, Lorain also called. Northeast Ohio
I will probably get more and will add them later if there’s time.
Bill and Redia brought lunch and ate with us. All in all it was a good day.
Red and I are both feeling some better, and I just hope we can keep improving. I feel as though I have been lost somewhere in time.
Chester gave us a bad scare Monday. He was totally unresponsive to everyone and everything. This lasted until about 4 p.m. Tuesday morning when he all of a sudden snapped out of it. He is still a bit confused. I don’t know what happened unless a medication reacted.
I have talked to Jeanie, and she seems to be doing fairly well. She said they had a very short visit from Ronald Buford, who was on his way to Goshen, Ind., to pick up a trailer, which he would be taking to Texas. I sure hope he doesn’t run into a lot of bad weather. I really worry about our grandsons when they are on the road in their big trucks.
I haven’t heard from Catharine in a few days but I know they had doctor’s appointments and Valerie had some other issues that needed attention.
I’m really beginning to feel human again, so start looking for letters coming your way soon.
Well, I seem to have run out of news so might as well try not to be boring. Wishing each and every one a great week.
Stay warm, stay well and be good to one another. See you next week, the good Lord willing. Love and prayers to all.
Emma Lou Engle, 4801 Clifton Ave., Lorain, OH 44055, (440)233-7548, email@example.com.