Dwight Frazier has finished his treatments, and hopefully isn’t too sick from them.
There will be a memorial meeting at the cemetery on top of Blair Branch where Ellis and Ila Adams’s son, Craig, is laid to rest. It will be this Friday evening at 6 p.m. All are welcome.
Danna Smith, Tommy Harris Smith, Jack Pineyard, Coreen Pridemore and I all met on top of the mountain at Drew Branch to make sure everything was in order and ready for the Dee and Ethel Smith family reunion. They meet on the top of the hill for their soup bean dinner on Friday evening at 6 p.m., and at the Stuart Robinson Dining Hall on Saturday.
I was really surprised to see such a nice photo of my shop in last week’s Lexington Herald-Leader. The article featured the Pine Mountain Craft Coop, Pine Mountain Grill, Holcomb’s Custard Stand, Gwen’s County Attic, and my shop, among others in the surrounding area.
Gwen and I both had lots of out-of-town shoppers Saturday and Friday. Georgetown, Frankfort, Lexington, Richmond and Hyden were where some of the people were from. Two ladies from Richmond, who own a design company named ‘Anna Gia Redesign’, were great shoppers, filling their SUV to the brim with bargains. Their names were Susan Doll and Andrea Brockman, and it was nice to talk with them.
That’s it for now. Maybe more next week.