Dear God, thank you for another new week ahead of us. Please watch over my family, friends and whoever is reading this. Bless them in a way they've never known before. Amen, you are very special. In God's eyes we are all the same.
Kevin Lowe, Sue Lowe and Madison Lowe went to a big yard sale in Kimberling City Saturday. John Lowe and Brayden Lowe joined us at the sale.
Sue Lowe stopped by and saw Donna Butler on the way to Harrison. I stopped by and at the rest stop park and they were celebrating the opening of it. I had lunch there and went and got plants (buy four get four free) and shopped and then I had a 2 p.m. appointment at the ARP Foot and Ankle Clinic. The doctor wants me to start wearing a ankle brace all the time. I don't even like wearing socks. I don't know if it will be a waste for $200 to get? I asked God why are you taking me through troubled water. He replied because your enemies can't swim.
On May 19, Blue Eye R-V School will host a retirement reception. The retirement celebration will be held in the high school commons at 2 p.m. Please come help us express our sincere gratitude for a job well done for Stacy Bale, Janet Florke, Mike Fransen, Lori Johnson, Sharon Morris, and Cathy Nottingham and make plans now to attend this celebration and wish them a happy retirement.
Chris Lowe and Johnny Gordon visited Monday morning with John and Sue Lowe.
Kevin Lowe and John Lowe took Sue Lowe out for Mother's Day at the Longhorn, her favorite place to eat.
Chris Lowe and Ethan Chapman took Lizzy Nay and Donna Mcwhorter out for Mother's Day. The kids tagging along were Brayden Lowe, Madison Lowe and James Dienis. They all went to Ruby Tuesday Branson.
Someone who had the wreck just north of me was lucky Friday evening.