I talked with Bonnie Sunday night and she was doing just fine, but didn’t have any news.

Tara brought Jett over last Monday and Kendra came at noon and picked him up.

Tom and Mary Martha Williams and Carol Moore all went that evening to Plato to their O.E.S. meeting where they Initiated Janet Lang’s, brother in their Chapter.

I had Jett last Tuesday and when Tara picked him up I took some eggs in and went to Ava Drug and got my medicine.

Don Bryan picked up a dozen eggs and my clothes rack Wednesday.

Darlene Lister came by Thursday for some eggs.

Monica had a party Friday night in Branson at the Roark Health Club Meeting Room since I was feeling better, but still coughing a little I went and she only had two people there, but she had lots of orders and she talked me into having one.

Saturday evening I went over to see Marie Dickey because she was upset a little. On my way to church Sunday I stopped by Clifford and Imogene Madewell’s and left a birthday card for Imogene and an anniversary card for them.

Sunday, Raymond Haden gave a wonderful message. The topic was about the moved or unmoved, that all came from John 5:1-9 and II Peter 1:20-21 that was the moved and Hebrew 12:28, Colossians 1:23 for the unmoved.

After I came home and ate lunch I called my brother, Bernie Simmons and he said that he was going tomorrow to get the stitches out where they operated on the bone under his right eye and is doing just fine. I then called Keith Simmons to see how his knee was and he said it was great and his wife, Leona, was having trouble with her kidneys so she will go to the hospital the first of October to see about it. My sister, Katie Moulder, is some better with her allergies as they are doing some better and my sister, Mollie McPheeter told me that our whole family is falling apart. I guess it’s because we are wearing out since we are getting older. Do you think?

Nina Carter had a very interesting lesson for us in Bible Study tonight. It was about the letters of James, Peter, John and Jude.

Keep your prayers going for our sick folks.

My prayer and sympathy goes out to all who have lost a loved one. Lets keep praying for our leaders and the men and the women in the service and their families and the ones in training.