I had a great weekend. Saturday I attended a benefit basketball tournament to fund a scholarship in honor of Metisha Ewbank Welch. She was a wonderful young lady who is loved and missed by many. Congratulations to all of those who worked hard to make this happen.
Many of those who participated are people that I played basketball with many years ago. I spent at least an hour visiting, reminiscing, and swapping stories of years gone by.
Then Cheri and I were off to Enid. She had to pick up something from Penney. In the parking lot I spotted this car. We stopped and snapped this picture. While we were there several others stopped and took pictures or just checked out the car. It was a 1956 Ford Thunderbird hardtop.
We headed back to Fairview, just in time to visit some very good friends at small pool party. By the time we made it home, I was exhausted.
On Sunday Cheri and I went to Church services at the Fairview Fellowship home with Grandma Martha. My mother-in-law, Darla Olson, plays the piano every third Sunday and this was her week. Grandma had a great time and during some of the songs she was tapping her foot. She was smiling the whole time.
My favorite daughter, Whitney was here Sunday for Father's Day. I love my daughter. We watched some home videos from the 80's and 90's. What a weekend!
The last few weeks have been tough on my body, mainly because I had an infection and was taking some very potent antibiotics. Those shots were over Thursday and I have felt great since Friday afternoon. Thank you Jesus. What a weekend.
Much love, Dennis