“For we have not a high priest which cannot be touched with the feeling of our infirmities, but was in all points tempted like as we are yet without sin,” Hebrews 4:15.

Monday I was surprised, my cousin, Joe Roberts, and wife, Judi from Grand Junction, Colorado with Uncle Troy Clayton came for a visit. This time they didn’t have to track me down. They visited other relatives, Louin and Val Clayton, Howard and Ella Faye Mitchell.

One place Ralph and Dana Brazeal visited on their vacation was Wenville.

Saturday Gary and I went to the Theodosia area and visited with Kenerd, Norma and Belinda Lawrence. Norma’s right eye was black because of cataract surgery that was complicated on Thursday.

Later that day, we visited Pam and Stoker.

Happy Birthday wishes this month go to my Aunt Lois Mudd on the 12th in Washington State, Howard Strong on the 19th, Eli Shannon the 20th; my sister, Christine Clayton on the 21st in Illinois; my oldest sister, Ella Faye Mitchell on the 22nd and my son, T.J. on the 27th.

Did you know a political speech is a lot like a longhorn steer, a point here, a point there and a lot of bull in between.

Have a great week.