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Winter time has arrived and there’s plenty of signs, though the calendar says winter begins on December 22.
Happy 18th birthday to my grandson, Tyler Pitcock on December 8th and to my son, Lyndon, on December 14. Also happy birthday to Neoma Moody on December 14.
Sunday was a busy time at our local churches. At 2:00 p.m. a cantata was presented at Lilly Ridge Church. The church also had the nursing home service at 4:00 p.m. Services were dismissed Sunday evening.
Sharon Garcia enjoyed decorating cupcakes with grandmother, Edith McKinnon Saturday.
Joe and Diane Easterday, who live at Rocky Ridge near Tecumseh, had their six children with their families last week, from other states, and they celebrated an early Christmas together, exchanging gifts around Thanksgiving time.
Robert and Peggy Helms had her brother, from Henderson, Arkansas for Thanksgiving.
Richard and Rene Blackburn were in Springfield Monday for his doctor appointment. Their daughter is scheduled for thyroid surgery the 23rd, at Harrisville, MO.
Lilly Ridge Club and Council meets this Monday and delivers food baskets to some folks, weather permitting.
Before we know it election year will be here, and already we are hearing some of the candidates, on the news. It may get to be rather annoying before very long, with so many promises being made.
I had a long phone conversation with my niece, Carol Aronis, in Springfield, and also with Maxine Shanerman, in Nixa, on Saturday.
I finally picked the last pears that had fallen off my tree. They are very tasty and I’ll miss having then when these are gone. They are the Keifer variety.
Lilly Ridge Church Christmas program is this coming Sunday night at 6:00 p.m.
Just a thought, “A pedestrian may soon be added to the list of endangered species.”