Hodgenville News - October 28, 2015

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By Candy Vincent

Thought for the week: Too much love never spoils children. Children become spoiled when we substitute presents for presence!

Early deadline threw me off guard, rushed around to get one together, and then forgot to send it. Go figure, that’s my story and I am sticking to it.

I went to the open house at Robin Brook assisted living on Thursday, October 15. What a beautiful place! Friday, October 16, we went to the movies to see The Ghost and Mr. Chicken. I love that movie! Try coming up with a name like that.

Sunday, October 18 we took baby brother Danny and Angela to the Texas Roadhouse to celebrate his birthday. I really enjoyed spending the day with him. 

Happy Birthday wishes go out to my daughter Angela Dawn who hit the big 38. Where have those years gone; she still says 18 when you ask her and that is perfectly okay. She started celebrating on the October 23 and continued celebrating to the 28th. She loves to party.

Also, pickleball is a whole new concept to me. How in the world does anybody come up with a name like that?

Thinking of you wishes go out to: Edna Joyce Williams, Herbert Turner, Bobby Cox, Bonnie Hurt, Kenneth Gibson, JT Burba, my Aunt Bessie LaFollette, Addie Roberts, Jayden McBride, Sam Gardner, Alene Skaggs, James and Ann Brewer, Margaret Whitlock,  Othell Potts, Tim Underwood,  Frances Eans, Helen Duncan,  Ramona Bartley Coffey,  Timmy and Priscilla Brown, Della Fogle, Linda Ard, Nancy Sprowles, Alice and Tommy Weaver, Brad and Elizabeth Whipkey,  John and Lisa Skaggs, JoAnn Childress, Dan Lowther, David Wells, Herman Allen, Melvin Thompson, Ann Brewer and Janet Hatcher.

Sympathy wishes go out to family and friends of Connie Sietsema, Milburn Childress, Jess Thompson, Ruth Nicholas and Paula Webb.