Sandra Wester met Jo Nell Willis and Betty Weir at Chili's in Sulphur Springs for lunch on Thursday. After lunch they went to the movie theater and enjoyed “The King’s Speech.”
Yvonne Weir reports, “On March 4th Destri Weir came to visit and we went to the play ‘The Marvelous Wonderettes.’ It was Wesley’s first play and he loved the music and disco lights.” On Saturday, Destri and Yvonne went shopping and got pedicures. Robert and Yvonne went to the Special Olympics at Como Pickton on Friday, March 11, to watch Wesley and others compete, and then on Saturday the three of them headed to Rockwall to meet Dacy and her children, Elise and Eli. They were delayed due to a dead battery, but their friends Bruce and Regina Taylor helped them get to Wal-Mart to get a battery. When they arrived at the motel in Rockwall, Elise and Wesley were ready to swim. Yvonne says, “We had a ball! It was Eli’s first swim.” On Sunday, they took Wesley to Chuck E. Cheese and met Destri for lunch. Dustin and Natalie Weir came for a Spring Break visit on Monday.
Donna Durst reports that she had a fun Saturday. Amy and Cooper came from Oklahoma and picked her up. They went to Athens to visit Donna's mom, Jo Hasty, and Donna's sister, Karen Fitzhugh. While they were there, they also got to visit with her niece and her family, Lange and Julie Svehlak and their two children, Kendall and Cason. They also visited with Donna's only aunt and uncle, Janice and Elmo Cunningham, who are also known affectionately as Tiny and Fat. Later, when they returned to Tira, cousins Cooper and Joseph got to visit for awhile.
Tommy and Carolyn Long went to the state basketball tournament in Austin over the weekend. They were able to watch ball games there with Ken and Suzy Chapman, John Long, and a host of other Hopkins County basketball fans. John was able to spend his Spring Break at home. While in Austin, they got to visit with Reid. He has just recently been elected Vice President of External Affairs for the Graduate Student Assembly.
Mick and Linda Petty were in Lake Dallas Saturday to watch their granddaughter play basketball in her summer league. The girls won one game and lost one Saturday. They were in Argyle Sunday; they won two games and lost one, and came in second in the tournament.
Tammy, Madison and Jeremy Joslin went to Aubrey on Tuesday to visit with Tammy’s mother. They also shopped on Harry Hines in Dallas. Tammy said that they “went for socks, but came home with 10 chickens and a rooster!” (which her mom sent home with them). Tammy also reports that Jeremy will be baptized at First Baptist Church in Dike on Sunday.
Chip and I enjoyed a delicious meal at Louviney’s in Sulphur Springs on Friday night before attending the Community Players’ entertaining performance of “The Marvelous Wonderettes.” Chip’s mother, Grace Vaughn, spent Monday night with us. Grace and I shopped in Paris on Tuesday and had lunch at Golden China. We also played a few games of Scrabble while she was here.
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