“Rain, rain go away, all children want to play.”
I guess we get rain whether we want it or not. It didn’t rain on the 16th, which was a good thing.
My cousin Ben Vice, son of Jeff and Debbie Ison Vice of Flemingsburg, married Hazelee Owens on Saturday in London.
Would just like to wish them the best of blessings with their new journey in life. Ben is a grandson of Glennon B. Ison and Thelma Grace Caudill Ison of Flemingsburg.
Would like to say thanks to Chester Chaffin of Linefork. He dropped me off some greasy beans and some for seeds last week. Hey, writing the news pays off in a good way.
He said that he used to write for several papers back in the day. He knew some of my relatives in Linefork. Most have passed on, but I have cousins on my dad’s side of the family who still live on Linefork.
Micca Watts Gordan is now employed by Oldham County School System. She is excited to be part of the school. She has a master’s degree in special education. Micca is very talented and has a heart of gold for her students. Congrats to Micca and Eli, her son. He starts a new school as well.
Happy birthday to Maddox Lane Collins of Cowan Creek. His first birthday was August 20. He is the son of Glenn Collins and Brittany Webb.
The 20th was also Charlie Gearheart’s birthday. I guess he is probably somewhere writing us a new song. (He plays for Goose Creek Symphony.) I am a fan.
Over very own Southern gospel gal Taylyn Combs of Whitesburg is in Nashville songwriting, and preproduction is set for her this week on a new release. She has amazing talent. I am sure she has a successful career in front of her. God bless.
I haven’t gotten the chance to talk to my cousin Michael Campbell now that he finished hiking the Appalachian Trail. Just so very proud of him. I cannot wait to hear the stories. Just loved reading his blog. Thanks to all who have served or are now serving in the military. Freedom does not come easy.
Until next time, “Trials can shape your faith.”