Whitesburg KY

Fields grandchildren visit for spring break

Big Cowan

Well, looks like spring has finally sprung. It just needs to be a little warmer.

Bill, Agnes and Anna Maggard were in last weekend from Columbus, Ind. They came to visit on Sunday, but my husband and I did not get to see them.

We went to Winchester to pick up our granddaughters so they could come down from Greensburg, Ind., to spend spring break (a week). We took them back to Winchester to go back home with their dad. They had a good time, and we will miss them.

Audrey and Charles Hammonds came in from North Vernon, Ind., this past weekend.

Irene Day was in the hospital overnight. She got choked really bad. She is doing better.

Sorry to hear about the death of Minnie (Roberts) Page.

A late happy birthday to Linda (Dollarhide) Sexton on March 20, and her husband, Brack Sexton, who will have a birthday March 30. I hope you have many more.

Well, Irene got a call about those fall beans. Ike Adams is supposed to send her some. Thanks, Ike, I know she will appreciate it.

Shelia Fields, the widow of Billy Claude Fields, was in from Arizona, along with daughter, Beverly, and granddaughter to visit Jesse Faye (Fields) Combs and Tommy Fields. She is from England, but lived in Whitesburg a few years and worked at Messenger Florist. Sorry I did not get to see her.

The forsythia bushes (yellow) are in full bloom, as well as pear trees. They are so beautiful. My favorite trees are dogwoods, redbuds, and snowball bushes.

God makes everything so beautiful so we ought to stop and enjoy nature and all of its splendor, and be thankful. I read a little saying the other day that said, “There is nothing on Earth closer to God’s heart than a garden.” I think each and every one of us is a special flower made for God’s bouquet.

Tony and Larry Fields, sons of Loreva Fields, both had surgery in Indiana and are doing well.

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