Editor’s Note – April 27th, 2018
*Looking at the forecast we might see some warmer weather that we can call Spring temperatures. After many pounds of topsoil, and probably twice that much of grass seed we finally have grass peeping through the straw. We are like little kids watching it grow. Excited to look outside each morning to see if it has grown any. “A watch pot never boils” applies to us I guess. I’m looking forward to getting my flower beds planted, planting more shrubbery, cooking out, and all the great things that come with warm weather! **We have had a family emergency where our daughter had to have emergency surgery and took a week off from the Auction to help her a bit. After a few days she was back on her feet and we were going to get a few days of camping in, well the excessive rain flooded the campground and we scrapped those plans, ended up getting shelving and started organizing the organizable Sam’s Auction. The good part is we found cases of items we forgot we even had purchased, items that we had no idea we even had, fun exploring the dark corners of the Oh My Goodness what’s under the table areas. The bad part we ran out of energy and time before we finished it completely so the auction looks as bad if not worse before we started.
Ha, Ha, Ha!
Give us another week and we should have it where you can find your way from one shelf to another. We have decided to sell most of the “Antique Wall” items, so you might want to stop in and check the items out. *** Most the people that live in Clendenin at one time or another visited the Pawn Shop on the corner of Main Street that was owned/ran by Shayne and Jimmy Sams. Jimmy is Danny’s Brother and Tuesday he suffered a major heart attack and I’m asking all our readers to send out a prayer for him and his family. He is one great Brother-in-law and we all love him. I’ll update our readers in the next issue of his recovery. ****We have been harassed by a couple of residents (Father and Son) for a long time. Chief King of Clendenin Police Dept. has been a great help in this situation and hopefully we won’t have to worry about the harassment much longer. Thank you, Chief King for your help.
Until the next issue… keep smiling!