Zanoni news: July 18, 2018
We have gotten 1 1/2 inches of rain from scattered showers the last two days. That’s great, and maybe we will get some more.
Another good neighbor, Ray Peter, hung some tomatoes on our mailbox. Mary Morrison gave us some more Cut-Short beans and cucumbers.
Kevin Kastning stopped by on his way to see his mom, Pat, in Salesville, Arkansas. Pat has been in the hospital a day or two.
One morning I could see some kind of a bug flying in the front yard. Turned out to be dragonflies. They seem to be gone now, but we still have lots of hummingbirds.
Paul is back on his dozer back on the Scribner place, where Lee has been cutting cedar. He just finished cleaning his lime truck before putting it in the shed.
I visited with Mary Armstrong by phone one day last week.
I received a call from Marsha Evans. She celebrated her birthday on Saturday, and I had sent her a birthday card.
Paul and I took a drive Sunday after church. First we ate dinner at Rockbridge and then drove from home around by Theodosia, Lutie, Isabella, Thornfield and Wasola.
Dwain and Betty Morrison recently attended their granddaughter Makayla’s wedding in Columbia.
We were glad to have Vic Williams, our preacher, back on Sunday.
Our prayers are for all the sick folks to get better soon.
Everyone have a good week, and take care of your sunburn.