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Morning service was opened with prayer requests, prayer, music and welcoming.
Sister Tillie Fowler sang a beautiful song for a special.
Brother Roberts brought the message from Luke 8:26-39, “Go And Tell.”
Sister Maxine Lund brought the evening message, the first in a series of how we should live our life for Christ every day.
Nora Edwards visited on Friday with Suanne Sutherland and Mary Mackey. Bob and Nora Edwards enjoyed having lunch on Sunday in the home of Toby and Jacinda Sheppard, Shelden and Kendra Walker. Spending the weekend with Kendra Walker was Kaylee Dimirsky.
We are happy to be getting new neighbors in the near future. Mack and Clarissa Michael came by and got acquainted on Saturday and said they will be moving in next door soon. They will be welcoming a baby in September of this year. Smallet is gaining babies all around. We love having young and older neighbors, it keeps a happy balance in the community.
We are sorry to hear of the death of Bob Moore, Bob Box and Dorothy Siler. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the families.
I talked to my brother, Vern Deatherage, today. He was back in his shop today after being out sick all last week.
Beth Stafford and Johnathon came to visit on Friday evening.
Well, we have another new neighbor, a little five pound, silver poodle named Buddy. Buddy is the new member in my mom’s home.
I talked to Aunt Violet Morris and she was crocheting. She said Uncle Hugh is doing about the same. I love them and hope to get back to Windsor to visit them soon.
My Uncle Mack Miller will be celebrating his ninety-third birthday on Wednesday, March 9. Happy Birthday Uncle Mack.
Delmar is getting ready for garden season with cleaning the garden spot and looking for seeds and plants. He even bought seed potatoes yesterday.
I have been sewing and cooking and cleaning and the usual things that a woman my age does around the house, although I don’t feel any older than I did before the big 70 hit.
A big Happy Birthday to our niece, Betty Melton.
Until next week just throw out the anchor because, the anchor holds.