by Dora Jean McKinley
Marilyn Entrikin talked to son, Chris, Sunday. He said the mail truck didn’t come down from the city on Thursday. So, we didn’t get any mail that day. Kansas City International had 17 inches of snow, the mail truck driver said. Most of the rest of Kansas City got 10 inches.
I talked to Harold Brewer and Teresa in town last week. Harold was very pleased with his machinery sale he had. Receiving more than he expected for the price made him very happy.
Kenny Entrikin is Marilyn Entrikin’s son who works in Kansas City and lives in Raymore, said it took him two hours to get home. That’s only because son, K.J., has a big truck. K.J. said, “I love my truck.”
Marilyn stayed in for three days with some good books and lots of hot herbal tea. Just admired the pretty snow. Now she is ready for spring.