Whitesburg KY

Mustard messes are now ready to freeze

Northeast Ohio

Whee!! Today has been our hottest day so far this year. At 6:15, temps were at a high 89. Better’n zero and just above.

You should see our mustard patch. I have cooked three messes and put some in freezer. We still have to pick more for the freezer. So good!

I have talked to Sarah Belle, Jeanie, Chester, Richard and Ron. All seem to be doing very well. We went out to North Ridgeville and visited with Chester and Jettie. We hadn’t been there in quite some time. I just love visiting Jettie. She’s such a nut; never a dull moment around her.

I want to send a big howdy to Edna Bentley, a resident at Masonic Home in or near Lexington. From what I understand, we are related. I am going to write her to find out just how we are kin. It must be on Dad’s side of the family. Edna, I do hope you are having a really good day.

Hello to all the Engle family. It was a real pleasure seeing everyone. I do believe we both enjoyed ourselves more than in a long time. Of course, seeing so many and meeting new people helped.

Hi, Oma, I will give you that quarter next time I see you. Thank you for the nice things you wrote. I’m really looking forward to maybe getting to know you better.

Also, hello to Rose Ballard Durham and her sister-in-law, Mattie Hall, in Whitesburg. Now when I see their names in the paper I have a mental picture of two beautiful faces and bright smiles. I really enjoyed the time we spent together; they are fun.

I finally started getting some letters written. They kinda piled up on me before and after our trip.

I’m getting ready for a sale. I’ve got a lot of stuff I want to clean out. I don’t want to check out leaving a lot of junk (my treasures) for my family to have to dispose of. Not that I have plans of leaving anytime soon, but as we all know, our fate is not in our hands.

Grandson David (Bob’s son) is now a big rig truck drive. He drives for a company based in Wisconsin, Marten. Their trucks have a picture of a bluebird on them. Guess we won’t be seeing him very often now, but we surely hope it won’t be that way.

I’m not going to bore you to death this week, but watch out for next time. Remember our picnics, Engle-Sergent Aug. 5 at Hill Top Park in Elyria from noon to dark, and Letcher County Days Sept. 15 at Mill Hollow Park in Vermilion from 1 to 7 p.m. I do believe I’ve been putting the wrong date in the paper.

Wishin’ fer y’all a most happy summer with lotsa love, sunshine and rainbows. Till next time, look for me in the paper – I really should be in the funnies. Love and prayers to all.

Emma Engle, 4801 Clifton Ave., Lorain, Ohio 44055, (440) 233- 7548, emma@englesdiscount.com.

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