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The rain passed us by last week. It will get here sometime. I am sure as it always has.
Visiting me today was my sister-in-law, Betty Bricker. She has been making pear butter with the pears that John brought from Texas.
Tony Richards and Charlie Hampton also was here for a while.
Cody Richards visited Saturday with all of us. Also Ray Cunningham came by for a short time. Lisa and Tony Richards, Charlie, Arthur and Mike Hampton and Sherry all cut up their hogs over the weekend.
Dick Richards was here for a while Saturday. He is feeling some better.
My sympathy to all that have lost loved ones and to anyone in need of prayer.
Dick and Pauline Richards visited with Dick’s sister, Helen Dobbins, Tuesday. I think she is like the rest of us, as we get older. She has good and bad days.
We were in Springfield Wednesday. Dick had a catheterization procedure with diet and exercise. He can reverse the problem he has.
My granddaughters, Brooke and Holly and their children from Springfield came down for lunch and an afternoon of visiting and looking at pictures Friday. We don’t get to see them to often, so we had a lot to talk about. Brooke and her family will be going to Kenya, Africa in January.
Saturday was a busy day at Goodhope General Baptist Church. We packed over seventy shoeboxes for boys and girls in foreign countries. The boys will go to Franklin Graham’s Ministries.
Plainview School had their last basketball game Thursday night. Both the boys and girls won. They played Skyline School.
Ray and Fran Cunningham and their granddaughter and her husband came over a couple of weeks ago and brought us some strawberry plants, so Ray stopped by to pick up his containers Saturday afternoon.
Norma Cross and Seth Hunt from Ozark came down Saturday afternoon. Seth went squirrel hunting.