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Sunday morning service was opened with the band playing hymns, prayer requests and prayer.

Sister Donna Lewis did a beautiful job bringing the special to us.

Brother Roberts brought the message from Revelation 3:1-6, “Sardis- The Dead Church.”

My son-in-laws dad, Bill Carter has been the hospital and is now home, but is not doing very good so we are praying for him and his family. Bill worked for several years as parts man for Ava Oil Co.

On Wednesday I enjoyed getting to go to Bunco with my friends. I had missed a couple of times because of having surgery and it snowing.

Those visiting us this week were, Beth Stafford, Johnathon Snelson, Vern and Kathleen Deatherage, Synthia Bishop, Donna Bannister, Norman Rosseau, Bevy Moore, Nora Hunsaker and Lee Williams.

My granddaughter, Synthia Bishop, got news this week that her husband will be coming home from Afghanistan the middle of March so she went back to Ft. Hood, in Texas where she rented a house and is getting it ready for when he gets home. Synthia has been in Missouri while Brent was deployed.

On Tuesday, Violet Flair, Helen Cook, Nora Hunsaker and I made a trip to Clinton, Mo. to visit with Uncle Hugh and Aunt Violet and Herb Morris. We had hoped to get to see Howard and Donna Morris too while there, but Howard was not feeling well so we missed them. The wind was very strong and you could feel it catch the car sometimes.

Until next week, just continue to enjoy this beautiful weather.

Delmar and I enjoyed an old time meal cooked by my brother and sister-in-law on an old wood cookstove. They cooked beans, cornbread, fried taters and polish sausage. You just can not beat the old time way of cooking.

Delmar and I visited with Nora Hunsaker and Lee Williams then went over and visited with Keith and Donna Bannister.

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