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Brother Roberts brought the morning message from ll Kings 7:3-9, “Do We Care About Those Left Behind?”
Sister Maxine Lund brought the evening message from Psalm 15:2-5. The second of a series of four dealing with Behavior, “The five things that influence our behavior are Speech, Thoughts, Attitudes, Beliefs, Values and Integrity.”
Joe and Wilma Hamby and Stacie, Mahayla and Miley Hamby all made a trip to Yukon, Oklahoma, to the home of Jeremy and Darla Scheiling, to help celebrate the 18th birthday of Caleb and Colby, Joe and Wilma’s twin grandsons.
Rusty, Becky, Hailey and Maeson Carter came down on Friday evening and stayed the weekend with Delmar and me. Hailey has her driving permit and I let her take me for a drive, she did a fine job. Later, Becky, Hailey and I drove to Mtn. Home, Ark. for some leisurely shopping. We took the scenic route back, then met Bevy Moore in Ava and rode with her to Mansfield where we picked up Donna Bannister and we all went to Seymour where we met Randy, Tabitha, Raylee and Caydee Burton and also saw Gary and Linda Burton.
Others visiting in our home this week were John Goss and Melba, Nora Hunsaker and Lee Williams.
Having a really good dinner in the home of Vern and Kathleen Deatherage , on Friday evening were Chris Deatherage, Rusty, Becky, Hailey and Maeson Carter, Nora Hunsaker, Lee Williams, Delmar and Margaret Rosseau.
Delmar and I visited in the home of Jack, Barb and Miracle Breshears one evening where we had cake and ice cream.
Our new neighbors have been busy moving in and we are happy to have them.
My granddaughter Synthia and husband Brentyn Bishop, from Killeen, Texas, drove in to Mansfield to surprise her mamma and dad, Keith and Donna Bannister.
Until next week, enjoy the nice weather that is forecast and be kind to one another.