Hello out there to all you senior citizens. I hope you’re having a good day.
Last week we didn’t play our regular Bingo as we had so much going on. We had Roberta come and talk to us, and then at 11:30, Debbie Pennington came and talked.
After lunch John Duty’s daughter, Faye Tyler, his two granddaughters, Nikki Tyler and Tonya Johnson, brought cake and ice cream to celebrate John’s birthday. He was 80 years young. Happy birthday, John. Faye made the birthday cake. It was beautiful and good, too.
We also had three new seniors that day. They are Evadean Branham, Novella Mullins and Mary Wampler. Glad you ladies have come to be with us.
Thursday, we had two visitors from New Orleans. They are Christine Keys and her son, Peter O. Keys. We were glad to have you both.
Evelyn Caudill is in a Lexington hospital. She is one of our quilting ladies. Hurry and get well, Evelyn, and get back as we all miss you.
Jack Stallard has been very sick, but is better now. He goes back to the doctor Wednesday at Lexington.
Hey! Look who we saw coming through the door Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. No one but my good friend Ralph Hall. It’s time Ralph quit hiding.
Friday, about 30 of us went to Kingscreek Center for ‘March Madness.’ Ermine’s basketball won first place for being decorated the prettiest. It was decorated like a cheerleader, and was done by Coleen Hart.
Lydia Hall won first place for speed basketball, Rosa Collier won first place for ‘Granny Shot’ basketball, Andrew Sexton won first place for Granny Shot basketball, Ralph Collier won second place for basketball, and Ralph won second place in another game of basketball. Patty Majority’s name was pulled for the gift.
We had a good lunch and a wonderful time. We enjoy Kingscreek Center. Thanks again, Kathy, for being so nice to us and being my good friend.
Well, Ermine is partying again. Thursday we are having an Easter party and potluck dinner.
So all you ladies get those hats decorated, and the men can decorate theirs too. You could win a prize (I want to win).
So come all you seniors and join in the fun, and don’t forget to bring your favorite dish.
So all be good and stay pretty. From the Ermine Center, God bless until next time.