Sunday morning service was opened with the Praise Team doing a wonderful job leading the congregation in Praise songs.

Brother Roberts brought the message from Galatians 5:1-2, “Breaking Free.”

Sunday evening was our 4th Sunday singing. We had several congregational songs then several special songs. Especially the one that was on the right page but just in the wrong book. It caused a good laugh on me.

We are truly blessed to have good family, friends, and neighbors.

Delmar has been trying to keep up with the grass as it keeps growing so fast this Spring.

We were camping a couple of days at Shadow Rock Park last week. It was really nice.

While there we got to visit with Betty and Justice DeChenne and their friend.

We went to some yard sales and a couple of thrift stores.

We also saw the damage done by the tornado in Branson. It sure tore a lot of the businesses up.

On Sunday, Delmar and I visited with Delmar’s son, Frank Rosseau, then we stopped by and took lunch to my mom, Nora Hunsaker and Lee Williams.

On Monday, we enjoyed a fish fry at my brother’s, Vern and Kathleen Deatherage, others enjoying the fish fry were Nora Hunsaker, Lee Williams, Gene and Joan Orth, and Vern and Kathleen Deatherage.

Those visiting in our home the past week were Donna Bannister, Bevy Moore, Stacie and Mahayla Hamby, Pauline Okhuysen, David Hamby and Kathleen Deatherage and their grandson Chris.

I had a call from my cousin, Beverly Lester, who is in a nursing home in El Cajon, California. We talked for almost an hour. I also talked by phone to Aunt Violet Morris, and they seem to be doing pretty good. She says Uncle Hugh is about the same.

We have had frost a few mornings, but so far it hasn’t killed any of Delmar’s plants.

Until next week, remember that God loves you whether you like it or not.