Hello to everyone, and hope everyone is doing well this week. Easter lilies are in bloom, grass is getting greener and little birds are chirping. Spring is all around. Just a few more days until it is official.
My uncle Eugene Day came home from the hospital.
He is doing pretty well. He is still on oxygen but looks good. Thanks for all your prayers and continue to pray for Irene also. Big Cowan
Stacy Dobson wants this obituary put in for her dad:
Paul Ivan Hignite, formerly of Vicco, died Feb. 24. He was born May 19, 1937, the son of Will and Ida West Hignite. Online condolences may be sent to the Hignite family at : BarkesWeaverglick.com.
Survivors include his children, Julie and Bill Bauer, Columbus, Ind.; Brad Hignite and Deb, and Kenny Hignite and Andrea, all of Shelbyville, Ind., and Stacy Dobson and Rick of Whitesburg. He was preceded in death by his wife Marilyn Greenlee Hignite.
Our sympathy goes to the family.
I want to wish a late happy birthday to Paul Mc- Intosh of Cowan, March 3. Hopefully he enjoyed his day.
My little dog got killed a year ago today, and I still miss her.
Melinda Daniel will be going to St. Joseph Hospital in Lexington on March 21 to see what is causing her seizures. Keep her in your prayers. She will be admitted for a few days and in the meantime, she will be cutting down on seizure meds.
Well, we woke up to a pretty snow on Sunday morning. Hopefully it is the last one before spring.
Anna Lou Maggard Combs got out of the hospital but still needs our prayers. And continue to pray for Allen Pack.
Lexi Fields turned 7 March 4. She celebrated with her family and friends. She is the daughter of Wayne and Missy Fields. Late happy birthday wishes to you, Sweetie.
Missy’s aunt died, then her great-uncle and her grandma are both in the hospital. Keep their family in your prayers. It has been rough on their family lately.
Stacy Sexton Breeding is supposed to have back surgery. She is the daughter of Linda Dollarhide Sexton and Brack Sexton. Hope everything goes well.
My brother Archie was in Frankfort the other day. He was about worn out from all the walking he did. He enjoys going down there, and I am going to go with him sometime. It will probably be interesting.
My uncle Isom Fields of Morristown, Tenn., called the other night. He has been trying to get over here for the last three weekends. All of his family are well. He said he had been better and got over it.
He has been trying to call his sister-in-law and my aunt Nova Sexton Fields to see how she is doing, but could not get hold of her. We pray that she is doing okay.
Well, everyone have a good week. Be good to one another, and attend the church of your choice.
Until next time.