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Hello to all my friends on this windy Monday. Wasn’t our Sabbath beautiful?
We had a good lesson and Dyanna brought a good motivating sermon. She cautioned us to put on the full armor in these trying times. She inspires us to do better in our Christian walk with God.
After church Burr and I enjoyed the drive to Cabool to visit Aaron. We had a good rummy game and visit and it was good to be with Aaron and to see him looking and doing so well. Please keep him in your prayers.
Devon Degase who has been doing so good with the guitar, is now learning the fiddle as well. He played a solo Sunday making everyone proud. He is a special young man.
Joseph Taber was sick and we missed him being in church.
Kevin, Burr and Joseph had lunch with me Saturday. And Joseph came one night to keep me company and to deliver a dozen fresh eggs from Jessica’s chickens. She is planning to get some exotic breeds this spring.
Burr and Ruth brought supper and shared with me one evening last week and Karen brought a subway sandwich for each of us and we enjoyed lunch together one day.
Kasey and Terry came with some Valentine goodies as did Charlie.
I would like to send greetings to Lorene Maloney and daughter, Cindy. I hope all is well with you both.
Jim Frye’s two sisters, Martha Lee and Lunabelle, visited with Jim and Jean during the weekend along with John and his and Martha’s granddaughter, Ella.
Also visiting the Frye’s were Jamie and Danny, Robyn and Norval, Benji and Cori and Rusty and Brandon.