Some of my dearest friends are having a birthday this week. I certainly hope that each and every person on this list experiences the happiest of times on their big day! Sept. 19-Billy Joe Driggers, Leon McCormick, Kamerynn Sheppard and Lucille Jacobs. Lucille is royalty.
She is our Birthday Queen of the week. Can you believe that Lucille will turn 92 on this day! You go Girl! Sept.20-Mary Jim Daugherty, Jimmy Taylor and Hunter Cobb. Sept.21-Sundra Heard, Dan Heard, Debbie Jacks, James-Riley Kent, Linda Robinson, Megan Hunt, Jimmy Swafford, Clayton Vise, Dylan Brimer and Pam Richardson. Sept.22-India Heard, Ronald Brown, Skip Aulier and Carol Phillips. Sept.23-Bobby Bailey, Leigh Ann Parton, Carol Sarrell, Jamie Daniel, Marie Jarrett and Hazel Mitchell. Sept. 24-Jamie Roper, Brandon Benefield, Jamie Gibbs, Matt Gaines, Polly Walker, Shalanda Baker, Todd Bentley, Marvin Mayo and Reid Shelton. Sept.25-Janet Turner, Johnny Beason, Vinnie Pearl Ervin and Jordan Nix.
Someone once said that love is blind, but marriage is a real EYE OPENER! I am sure they meant that in the very best possible way! Happy anniversary to these couples. September 21-Kelly and Fran Sawyer. September 25-Scott and Shelia Cook.
I love to update my readers with the good news that our friends on the Sunshine List are better and need to be removed from that list. Please let me know if that is the case with you or someone you have placed on it. Contact me at email@example.com or mail to PO Box 924.
Horace Perry, Mary Alvrado, Mayfield Robertson, Richard Smith, Jessica Wade, Jimmy Burrows, Sherry Brown, Terry Benefield, Ed Cleveland, Andrea Wise Smith, Kerry Smith, Jimmie Nell Vise, Sara Noland, Rider Bearden, Malene Bowen, Merrill Hayes and Ken Sanders.
I was sad to learn of the death of my long distance friend, Mrs. Alton Howle (Fannie Baber) of Kingsport, Tennessee. The Howles are originally from Cleburne County and treasured their yearly visits here. She was a remarkable lady.
Until next week…remember…Junk is something we keep for years and throw away three weeks before we need it.