Hello everyone! Hope all are doing well.
My friends Bobby Watts and Shannon Reeves came down Saturday from Florence to look at a trailer in Pikeville. After returning, we ate at Pine Mountain Grill then they dropped me off and drove back home. Sure was glad to see them.
Thank God for whomever helped the Stallard family on Craft’s Colly. The hill slid off, and they almost lost their home. So glad to see that they finally got help. e
Th cast of “The Homecoming” is planning on going to the theater in Elkhorn City on Thursday evening. It is a Tennessee Williams play. I am looking forward to going and to fellowship with all the cast members again.
On Sunday after church, we had a luncheon for Pastor Frank and Jeanne Adams for Pastor Appreciation. Several attended. We had several soups and sandwiches and cake. All was good.
Judy Kincer’s daughter Christy was in from South Carolina and sang a song. She did a wonderful job on it.
I had fun at Hemphill Friday night. The Doug Newsome Band was there for the first time. They did a great job playing old country songs and were able to play and sing, “Achy, Breaky Heart” for me, that no one else had been able to do, and did an awesome job.
A new beauty shop opened, Beauty Outside the Box. Owner Mel Gilley toned my hair and trimmed it. Looks good. She needs new clients, so give her a try. It is going toward Isom at Dry Fork in the back of Faye’s Sewing Shop.
Happy birthday to Jody Fields, who turned 61 on Oct. 25; Lois Trent had a birthday on Oct. 25, and Kendall Boggs on Oct. 26. Hope he is doing good healthwise. Have not seen him for awhile.
Gipsy Brashears was 93 on Oct. 26; Ridge Hays turned three years old on Oct. 22, happy birthday, sweetie; and Stella Maggard Bates has a birthday on Oct. 28.
Everyone have a safe and happy Halloween.