Marion County Folks Tell the Jimp About Dealing with Unusual Times
By BOB PALMER
Jimplecute News Editor
BEREA – After three neck surgeries and a back surgery in the past 12 months, Tim Greenhill has learned to be careful.
“I’m staying home and acting right,” Greenhill said of how he is dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic.
“I am disabled, if I’m not hurting too bad I mow the yard,” Greenhill said.
The occasional trip to town requires preparation.
“Every once in a while I go to the grocery store and put my mask and gloves on,” Greenhill said. “I try to be as protected as I can.”
His wife Vikki works at the Dollar General at Lake O’ the Pines, but Tim tries to stay at home as much as he can.
“I watch a lot of TV,” Greenhill said.
The “Andy Griffith Show” is his favorite.
“I watch the older stuff because I’m an old man,” Greenhill jokes.
Vikki likes to watch “The Voice” and a lot of “Family Feud.”
Vikki also participates in a prison ministry and spends a lot of time at the Bible School.
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