Hello everyone. I hope all had a good Thanksgiving. I know we did.
It was the first time my brother, sister and I had celebrated Thanksgiving together since Mom and Dad died in 1992. We really enjoyed it. No fussing or anything, though at first I thought it would be spoiled.
My brother-in-law had a flat tire on Wednesday night at church. My husband and son met him at the church on Thursday morning and aired it up. They were able to make it.
Their son, Thomas, came also. It was good to see him. He is looking good and doing well. He lives near Hazard.
Dec. 1 Linda King Polly will turn 63. We wish her a very happy birthday. She is a good friend of mine. Also, Melinda Daniel will turn 40 on Dec. 3. A very happy birthday to her.
I also want to remember the late Mary Lou Turner of Ingrams Creek, who died two years ago on Dec. 1, and is still missed by her family and friends and all who knew her. Big Cowan
Hazel and Earl Rayburn would have been married 67 years on Dec. 6. We want to wish Hazel a happy anniversary even though she will be lonely without her soul mate. One of these days they will be reunited. We love you Hazel, and you are in our prayers.
My mom and dad, Mary and Jasper Fields, would have been married 68 years on Dec. 7. We sure do miss them every day, but especially on the holidays. It’s just not the same without them.
Late happy 40th wedding anniversary wishes to Kenny and Sue Redford Harvey, Friday, Nov. 25. I hope you both enjoyed your day.
Joanna Linville, a neighbor girl from Greensburg, Ind., was in over the weekend to spend Thanksgiving with her brother Barry Lineville and family at Ermine. I didn’t get to see her this trip. Maybe next time. I hope they had a good Thanksgiving.
Keep Agnes and Bill Maggard, Charles and Audrey Hammonds in your prayers. They are all in bad health at this time.
Pray for everyone. Attend the church of your choice. May God bless all of you.