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Sunday morning started with a good frost then Sunday morning church at Walnut Grove. The Praise Team did an Awesome job of leading us in praise and worship.

Brother Roberts brought the message from Proverbs 3:1-10 and Malachi 3:8-10, “Stewardship.”

Sunday evening Brother Mahlon Schmucker brought the message from Hebrews 13:8, “Repentance.”

Those visiting in our home this week were Donna Bannister, Pauline Okhuysen, Stacie Hamby, Barb and Miracle Breshears who ate Sunday dinner with us.

We enjoyed a cookout at Vern and Kathleen Deatherage’s cabin and others joining us for the cookout were Gene Orth, Dawn and Missy Schmutzler, Lee Williams, Nora Hunsaker, Mack Miller, Bob and Linda McCleary, Earnie and Helen Cook.  The menu was Beans and fried potatoes  cooked over the open fire, cornbread made in iron skillets, ribbon potatoes, coleslaw, onions and for dessert homemade cinnamon rolls made by our sister, Helen Cook. It was a perfect evening for a cookout.

We went to Forsyth on Saturday and enjoyed the car show and craft sale. While there we visited with Betty and Justice DeChenne and Alex.

On Monday, Donna Bannister came down and she, Delmar and I drove over to Vanzant and visited with River Stillwood. River is doing really good with her country store. She was just recovering from a bout of stomach flu. We were so glad to get to visit with her.

The colors were so pretty but are not at their peak yet.

On Tuesday, Vern and Kathleen Deatherage, Ryan, Allison and Lillyan Daniels came to Mansfield to visit Nora Hunsaker and Lee Williams. Delmar and I and Bevy Moore were there so we got to visit with them too. Lillyan is the great-great granddaughter of Nora Hunsaker and the great granddaughter of Vern and Kathleen Deatherage and the great-great neice of Delmar and Margaret Rosseau.

Until next week be sure to look around at the beauty that God paints for us.

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