1. Drue Wright


    I enjoyed your musings as always. This one brought back lots of memories of times past when young grandchildren came often. I’m sure you remember some of those times when our grandchildren were often at Central in the summers.

    Now, that they have grown up those times are not as often, but just as precious. Jordan was with us a few days over Christmas and Landen spent most of the holidays with us. The conversations have changed over the years, but are so rewarding. Each one of the boys (young men) shared a lot of their personal lives, feelings, etc. which made that time even more special.

    I don’t know if you know, but Landen is a Freshman at Freed-Hardeman. He seems to already have made his mark there. In fact he heads up a Saturday night Bible study, works with student government and will be leading singing at chapel tomorrow. He has just accepted a summer internship at Owl Hollow Church of Christ in Winchester, Tennessee. We’re excited about that.

    Thanks again for your inspiring and interesting articles.


    • Yes, I remember how much my mother loved for her adult grandchildren to visit. When Kelsey was working on her Master’s degree at Western Kentucky and living in Nashville, she spent a night a week with Mother and it was a special time for both of them.

  2. Dee Lorenz

    Absolutely beautiful. I love reading your “Musings”, Lanita. I look so forward to them in my mailbox! You are indeed blessed. Thanks for sharing. Love you.

  3. doreen low

    I always look forward to read your musings and enjoyed them tremendously. I am really impressed with Knox’s spelling of long and difficult words for his age plus his wittiness in the part about the ‘bedtime’ song. He is a smart boy with fantastic grandparents.

  4. It cracks me up that Knox asked if he should leave the room when you played! Adorable! And I can truly picture Steve going up and down the stairs protectively supervising those boys.

    Please post a FB link when you add posts! Otherwise I miss them!

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