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This Monday at 2 p.m. I was hopeful the sun would break through and it still could from the way it is looking. I love the sunshine. I lived in Oregon for fifty years where the sun seldom shined. I am thankful for our little snow last week and not like other states and countries who have great loss from water and snow.
In spite of the cold Sunday, we had 1,195 at Seminole for morning services and back for evening services. We enjoyed Pastor Don’s message and all the good singing.
Due to the weather and slick roads, Marise and I both missed our mid-week shift at auxiliary at St. Johns.
This past week, Oscar and Gladys enjoyed a surprise visit from Reg. Kelley from Norwood.
Pvt. Clifton Andrews will be flying Tuesday of this week from Fort Louis to Fort Benning, Georgia for a two-week training. I talked to him Friday night and it was his 28th birthday.
I had a phone call this past week from my sister, Geneva, in Wasco, Oregon. She said all is fair with them there. They have had a wet snow and a cold winter, but at this time, they were having temperatures in the 50’s.
Feed your faith and your doubts will starve to death.