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Later, I will try to write down some of my memories of the family & happenings in the parsonage over the years.
Kerrigan was a good little shopper & didn't even complain about all of the walking & the heat!
Lunch at The Artist Colony Inn
April, Carol, Kerrigan, Kelcie, & me...Karen was the photographer!
The dresses of blue brocade
and we are off & running!
Our orignal map!
Bob marked it to show how I led him to the wrong destination!
Kerrigan--ready for 3rd Grade!
Philip Eugene...as a little boy growing up in Moberly, Missouri
Luana & Phil...ready to trapse through the tombstones!
Now Philip is seriously ill. If you saw him face to face, he would tell you that cigarettes have ruined his health. He is only 66 years old, but has the body of an old man. He has to gasp for his breath and weighs way too little for a man of his age. Just this week, after spending several days in a hospital, he has been moved to a nursing home with the hopes of being able to regain enough strenght to return to his beloved apartment.
Grandma's Hoosier Cabinet