Hello again from Kingscreek.
As I write this it is Friday the 13th. For all you cautious people, I hope you were careful.
Easter has come and gone. I hope everyone had as much fun as I did. We cooked out on the grill, hid eggs and played games. Two of my grandchildren came, Sierra and Greg Dollarhyde. Also attending were Broy Dollarhyde, Josh Cornett, Bunny Dollarhyde, Joni Fields, Waylon Fields, Candace Irvin, Judy and Greg Eldridge and Kay Cornett.
A group of us from the center went flea marketing last week. It was cold and windy, but we went anyway. Cathy Ingram drove and riding shotgun was Margie Sturgill. Bringing up the rear were Eulah Miller, Fay and Marvin Herron, Sue Williams, Lorene Fields, Colleen Cornett, Judy Eldridge, Harold Day and myself.
We had lunch at Bonanza Steak House. It was very good, as usual.
Last Thursday we had a movie day. We watched, ‘We Bought a Zoo.’ It was a fun movie.
Time now to start practicing for the Senior Games. That will be coming up soon.
Since I don’t have any complaints to get on my soapbox about this week, I will just tell you something funny.
Remember this? Comments made in the year 1957:
“If cigarettes keep going up in price, I’m going to quit. A quarter a pack is ridiculous.”
“I’ll tell you one thing, if things keep going the way they are, it’s going to be impossible to buy a week’s groceries for $20.”
“Did you hear the post offi ce is thinking about charging a dime just to mail a letter?”
Have a good week.