by Dora Jean McKinley
I’m slow I know but I finally have got all my clocks set with the new time. The last one was the hardest. It hangs on the wall. The problem is after setting the new time a person has to line the hole on the back of the clock with the nail on the wall. Not being able to see the hole or the nail it is hard to line it up by guessing. I leave it till last. We have new time now.
Marilyn Entrikin went with a friend to Mt. Vernon Thursday and ate at Denny’s in Lamar. Good as usual. She had lunch with Karen at Iguana Azul on the Square on Friday.
Saturday morning Marilyn had breakfast with Steve and Rose Entrikin at 54 Café then went to a couple of yard sales.
Mary (Henry) Miller from Butler called Dora McKinley late Saturday afternoon. She was telling me about John, her husband, in the nursing home. He has made improvements. When someone from your family is sick and you are parted from your family it is very hard to make things all right. Talking to old friends is always very nice.
Jim Entrikin and his granddaughters, Bri and Brook, came to Marilyn Entrikin’s apartment for lunch. Spaghetti O’s and pudding are always a hit with the toddlers.
Cool icicle, Little Angel, our cat, is doing just fine. To her it’s as if nothing happened.