Rain count last week was .6 of an inch of rain at my house. Cathy and Kayla Cornett came by last Monday evening. Kayla was selling Ava FFA fruit.

I took my news in as I went to my O.E.S. meeting that night.

Violet Blakey came by last Tuesday and got her eggs.

I took eggs to the courthouse ladies and got some groceries and filled up with gas.

Tara and Haven stopped by Wednesday after taking Jett to school.

I went to town Thursday, first I stopped by Raymond Haden’s with a late birthday card, then I went by Tom and Mary Martha Williams. Let’s keep Mary Martha in our prayers.

I went and had my hair cut and while there I got a foot massage and it sure felt good. That night Nina stopped and picked me up and we went by her house and she took care of her dogs then we picked Glynda and Mae up and we went to Ozark to the Stained Glass Theatre where we met Monica and saw Seeds of Joy. It was good to watch, go see it, it plays until Oct. 14.

James texted me as we went to Ozark and said that Tara, at 4:10 had a 9 lb. 8 oz., 21-1/2 inch long baby boy. They named him Canyon Bryant Coonce, brother Jett and sister Haven has welcomed him into the family.

Justin brought his family home Saturday. Saturday at noon I took baked goods down to the VFW building for the benefit for the Ingram family.

Michael and Tanya Dixon came that evening and took me to Hartville where we listened to the Calvarymen, the Mark Mathes family and Master’s Voice, each and all groups were good.

Bro. Michael’s message came from Matthew, chapter 24:13, 34 and 36. If you just had a little while to live what would you do with that little time.

We had a business meeting after church, present were Nina Carter, Jewell Elliott, Kay Hutchison, Hellen Blakey and Bro. Michael Dixon.

I stopped by John and Jo Stephens before I came on home.

Let’s keep praying for our sick folks.

My prayers and sympathy go out to the Breshears family, Bice family and all the others who have lost a loved one.

Keep praying for our nation, leaders, men and women in the service and their families and the ones in training.