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By Thelma Bledsoe
It was beginning to get dry, so it was nice to get the rain and to have it turn cool. Some told me they had cracks in their ground. I stayed up almost all night, Sunday night, watching the weather. The wind did get up and the thunder and lightning was something.
The blackberries are not making, they are just drying up on the vines.
We are getting more cases of the virus. I hear we now have a case in Lane. There has been no deaths in Atoka, which is a good thing.
Thursday, only three came to quilt, but we did get the quilt finished and we will be ready to put in another one next week.
We had a nice surprise while we were there, Pearl Booth was brought by the center by her daughter, whom she has been living with in Arizona. It was so good to see her, she has been gone about two years and she looked in good health.
I was told last week that Lane School will start on Thursday, August 13, 2020. I am sure it will be announced to all before long.
I had my granddaughter, Melissa and great-granddaughter, Kilah, here on Saturday, to spend the day with me. They live in Ardmore. Tonya and granddaughter, Wendy, joined us for swimming and lunch.
I heard that the Choctaw’s will have fireworks at Stringtown on the 4th of July. They always do a good job.
All the news for this week, see you the next time, the Lord willing.
Remember, other things may change but we start and end with family.