Hello everyone, and wishing all a blessed Easter season.
I’m sure all children, big, small and in between, who take part in an Easter egg hunt will have a great time. I hope the weather will be to your liking for sunrise services and other festivities that are planned. Supposed to be cool here.
I have received several sympathy cards this week and would like to thank Eva Dale, Jean, Mildred, Otho and Pat, plus several phone calls. I’m sure there were more but this feeble brain of mine isn’t working at full capacity.
Red and I are doing fairly well. Of course we both have good days and bad days and I am still learning to cook again and am making a baby quilt for our great-greatgrandson.
I must admit I’m not as fast nor can I make the small stitches like I used to. A baby shower is being planned in his honor and I’m hoping to finish before the occasion occurs.
I really need to get some letters written, but our mail runs so early I can’t seem to get one finished. We did get our mail anywhere from 2 to 4:30 p.m. or later, now it’s here by 10 a.m. and I’m barely moving that early. I have gotten lazy.
I talked to Jeanie and Jetty, and Catharine and Valerie stopped by. Valerie brought me Easter flowers, beautiful pink and a mix of white and yellow mini roses called Parade Roses.
Rick, Joyce and their family will be leaving for Florida sometime soon and plan to return next Saturday. All four children are on spring break. I hope they have good traveling and a wonderful time while there.
Niece Debbie (Sergent) Resor stopped by today and, bless her heart, I conned her into going shopping with me. I had to get milk, bread and butter and also got lots of fruits and veggies. Thank you, Debbie, I couldn’t have made it without you.
Red received a card that really tickled his funny bone, mine also. Thanks to Mildred for giving both of us a good laugh.
While I was having my daily nap, Red’s niece called him. She’s really good about calling.
I want to say howdy and a blessed Easter season to all writers who have an article in The Mountain Eagle. I wish I could claim to be one, just ain’t no way.
Oma Hatton, I do hope you are well and having a great day and as for you, Rose Ballard, my wish for you is a report that everything is going well for you and that you are improving every day. My love and prayers are with you now and always.
I will never forget the first time we met. It was a really good day for me as I met both you and Oma Hatton, two lovely women I really care a lot about.
I’d better get this finished before we get company. Wishing all a fantastic weekend, a great week and that your lives will be filled with joy and sunshine. Until next time.
Emma Lou Engle, 4801 Clifton Ave., Lorain, OH 44055, (440) 233-7548, email@example.com.