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I almost got three-tenths of an inch of rain last Monday.
I had Jett three days last week and he sure is growing. He walks and even tries to climb. He is all boy.
Wednesday Lakota came and stayed with him after school, so I could go to a business meeting at Mt. Tabor.
Thursday I received a call from sister, Molly, saying our sister, Margaret Allen’s youngest son, James, had been put in the hospital and the next thing I heard was he was brain dead. Sunday afternoon late they took all the monitors off him and he passed away a little after five.
Life is so short so we must all be ready to meet our God when the times comes.
Lakota came over Thursday evening and we ate pizza and we made no bake cookies and visited unitl Kristie came and got her after she got out of school.
Mark and Mark Weston came Saturday with some eggs.
Sunday Marsha Blakey did real well with her testimoney at Mt. Tabor Church and then Ric Englehardt brought a good message. There was about 35 there to listen to Marsha.
Sunday dinner guests at my home were Ellis and Marsha Blakey, Johnathan and Annie and Alexia, Anita Smith and Sue Smith. Alexia sure is growing too, but she didn’t want me much.
Don Bryan preached for us Sunday night because Ric had to go to his wife, Lisa’s grandfather’s visitation that night. Our sympathy goes out to them.
Lets keep all our sick folks in our prayers and we thank God for the ones he has been healing.
My prayers and sympathy goes out to all who have lost a loved one.
Keep our leaders and the men and women in the service and their families and the ones in training in your prayers.