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Happy Anniversary to John and Theshia Crow on Feb. 14.

Happy Valentine's Day to everyone as well.

Johnny Rex and Sue Wilson, along with Shellie Johnson and her three sons, Luke, Lane and Adam Johnson, and their friend, Kaden Powers, visited over the weekend with Ben Johnson, who attends college at Lyon College in Batesville.

]Then the next day, Johnnie Rex and Sue Wilson had a Super Bowl party with Shellie Johnson, her three sons, and Kaden Powers. Glenda and Joel Goats, as well as Natalie Cash, were all visitors last week with Johnny Rex and Sue Wilson.

After Breydan McCain spent the week with his grandmother Nancy Sharp, his mother, Tina McCain came here this weekend to take him home.

On Friday morning, daughter Ronda Austin called me and told me to be ready in 15 minutes and took me to get my COVID-19 vaccine at the college. I didn't have time to think about it much, but before 12 p.m., we were on our way home and I had had my shot. I will take the next one on March 5th at the College.

I never seen so many people my age wearing masks. A few years ago, we never would have thought of such a thing. My, how times have changed.

The weather was bad on Monday morning. One of Lynda's co-workers came by and picked her up to take her to work. My daughter Ronda came for a little while, but she left early in the afternoon. She could see something falling outside and there was snow or sleet on her car.

On Saturday, John and Theshia Crow came over for awhile.

My sympathy to Joanne Bryant at church and all of her family in the death of her mother Hazel Henson. Another of our ladies from church passed away, Rena Wilson. She died over the weekend and her husband is Jay Frank Wilson. Her family of Bill and Dorothy Wilson and Lema Wilson attend Ridgeway Church of Christ. They have several other children.

Chris Crow came over on Tuesday and Thursday last week. We worked on the puzzle on Tuesday.

Steve Eames talked to Maxine and Randy Rogers and his visitors were John and Theshia Crow.

Mandie Treat and Clayton came over for Sunday dinner at my house. Also present were Phil and Lynda Treat.

The happiest people don't have the best of everything. They just make the best of everything.


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