Hello everyone. Hope you are all doing well. I can’t believe it is time to write again. Time goes so fast. This has been a good week with good weather.
I went to Cram Creek Church last Thursday. It was real good, and I got to see some people I hadn’t seen in awhile.
It was good seeing James Fields and his daughter, Jennifer, who used to be my neighbors, and Wendell Hogg. He said he kept up with me through The Mountain
I saw Bill Smith and his wife, Imogene, and many more people. I love seeing people, especially after this bad winter.
We offer our sympathy to the family of Ruby Wright, wife of the late Charlie Wright, who was our County Court Clerk for many years; and also Charlie Caudill, who lived in Caudilltown, close to my home. So many of our people are leaving us.
I’m sorry my pictures didn’t get in the paper last week. I guess they got misplaced and maybe they will be in next week. That’s okay though, sometimes things get lost.
My son Larry is doing better after his hip replacement.
I took my grandson, Jamie Hatton, up to Ermine Center a few days ago. Debbie Slone, our manager, is a relative of his. He enjoyed seeing everyone.
I just had one day of jury duty last week. I won’t be having jury duty this week, so maybe I can do some jobs that have been needing to be done.
I just can’t seem to get motivated, or maybe I’m just lazy.
I was sorry to hear of the death of Charles Fields. He was born at Bellcraft. He had a twin brother, James. I remember going to see them.
He was the son of the late Echo Rose and Andy Fields. That was in the 1940’s. I hadn’t seen him in many years, and I’m not sure where he lived, but I remember going to see them the day after they were born. I went with their aunt, Geraldine Fields.
I had a visitor last Saturday, Larry Kevin Day, a son of Wendy and Kevin Day. We had a good visit while his mom and dad went out.
It’s hard to get adjusted to the time change, but we’ll get used to it.
My son, Rob, just came in for a visit.
May God bless all of you. Try to be in church somewhere this week.