To all of the retired people out there, does time seem to pass by faster now? Just seems to me that the clock is running faster. You know what I mean?
We want to congratulate Marck Marrero and Maria Rodriguez, both of Brashear, for making the Paris Junior College honor roll.
Congratulations also to Tyler Higginbotham; he had a great week. First he was named All-State, and then on Saturday at the power-lifting meet he took fifth in his weight class. Brashear is proud of all of your accomplishments.
Thelma Stewart called to let me know some more about the Orphan Train. The more I hear, the more I need to know. I am planning a trip to the Genealogical Society office to find out more information. She mentioned that there was one orphan that was not adopted but a family took him in until the age of 18. Let’s hope all of those that are a part of the Orphan Train know that they were a valid part of Hopkins County heritage.
Randy Koon stopped by for a visit last weekend. Always glad to see our neighbors stop by.
There is a lot of activity at the end of the road with the sale of some acreage. We had County Road 1119 almost to ourselves, but now it is getting busy.
We were lucky with the ice storm last week. Not much damage in our area, and we got some moisture. The garden is ready, just needs a little more rain. Speaking of rain, let’s all be careful with burning. It’s very, very dry.
I would like to mention that I have met a great group of ladies that I work with on Thursday mornings: Vera, Patsy, Della, Fran, Karon and Betty. These ladies have taken a rookie on and have been patient with me. Thanks, ladies.
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