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Well. Friday Kenny and I were going to get our covid boosters when by mid-morning Kenny felt that he should go to the hospital. When I called to check on him, I was told that he was just about to go to his room AND he had tested positive for Covid. I guess it is

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We learned Monday that Jana Witt has submitted her resignation as CEO of Cedar County Memorial Hospital. Kimball received a press release which may give you more details. • Kimball realized that while I was in the hospital, the Sun newspaper seems to have fallen off the distribution list of the Missouri Department of Conservation.

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Kimball recorded “The first 50 years of Star Trek” and I watched about half of it Friday morning while eating breakfast. I was fascinated. I remember most all of that stuff. I did not realize that Star Trek introduced the mini-skirt. I wonder if Gene Roddenberry (or Mr. Spock) said what Robert Fulton (Yes, I

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When this is over. Let’s remember that it wasn’t the CEO’s & billionaires who saved us, it was the janitors, nurses, truck and bus drivers, farmers and food workers. From Grace Cauthon Bausch Don’t think gender matters? Go buy at rooster for eggs or a bull for milk. You will soon learn that God knew

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From Grace Cauthon Bausch, “Kindness is not an act, it’s a reflection of your soul.” She seems to have a knack for finding good thoughts on Facebook. Do you recall that about three months ago, Kimball who is definitely a cat person, decided that our tail-less cat, Jack, needed a kitten to keep him company

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You remember that I was suggesting to Dr. Wyant where to take his wife, Krystal, in New Orleans for their anniversary after he spoke to the doctors’ convention in Baton Rouge recently. The speech was well received. Dr. Wyant got three invites to come do it again. Different speech I suppose. New Orleans didn’t happen.

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Kimball and I got our high dose flu shot Monday at Evans. The new pharmacist at Evans, Ty Dee, told us that Kevin McCullough has purchased four more drug stores, bringing his total to nine. And my shot didn’t hurt. At least not yet. A few hours after the injection, Kimball said her arm is

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From Claudine James Lolla Pope: Jim Pope always recited this at first of October, one of his teachers taught it a long time ago. It was a favorite of Mom’s because she always mentioned October’s bright blue weather: Poem: October’s Bright Blue Weather: O Sun and skies and clouds of June, And flowers of June

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You know I don’t get heavily into politics. That may come from my Grandpa Charlie Long who told somebody he had a lot more trouble with seed ticks than he did with poly tics. I was having trouble getting back to sleep about 2 a.m., so I did me some useless thinking. Kimball can watch

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This weekend both my teams came up one point short so I don’t want to discuss football. Bulldog head coach Kelley Beckner did his usual good job of expertly analyzing the game. I learn more from his report than I would sitting in the bleachers. -Tuesday I was sleeping off our late Monday night session

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