We began with singing and prayers, and thanking the Lord for His blessings. Many remain on our prayer list, always the lost and bereaved, those with special needs and our country, in this time of trouble.
Brother Ric read Rev. 1, continuing his study on the I Ams, I am the alpha and omega, the beginning and the end. These lessons have been most interesting, applying them to how we live today.
Mae Cox says she is doing okay, and always enjoys company and phone calls. Tom’s son and daughter and their families have been to visit, as well as Lisa, Stephen and Jesse, Tim, Lauren and Hunter. Mae thought it was quite funny that Tim got his children guinea pigs for Easter, instead of rabbits.
Glad to report Pat Lansdown is in recuperation mode, again. She has had several setbacks, but, Ronnie says she is slowly gaining. We send our best to them.
Imogene Madewell spent a few days in the hospital after some problems with a procedure she had. She says it is going to be a long, slow time of gaining her strength back, our best to her, also.
Those visiting Martin Hathcock were Jim and Jo Hathcock, Albert Elliott, and John Stephens. Wes and Kim took Martin with them to Mtn. Home, last week, to visit Stephen and Jennifer Potter and family.
Maxine Lund visited Harold and Kay Hutchison, Monday evening. Martin Hathcock visited Tuesday morning.
Danny, Kim, Dylan Clements and friend, Coby Ayers, visited Harold Hutchison, last Thursday.
Jeff and Kristy Tackett tok Harold and Kay Hutchison to a local eatery Saturday evening in celebration of the 55th wedding anniversary. The Tacketts returned home Sunday afternoon.
Florence Clinkingbeard and her sisters, Naomi and Nola, visited Tom and Jewell Elliott, Monday.