February 14, 2013
Howdy, how was your week? We had a few days of beautiful sunshine. So far the snow we have had soon melted and I was glad of that.
Last Saturday at James and Sue Fullers’, their son Tony and Marsha Fuller brought their breakfast of ham and biscuits. Wasn’t that nice? James had a couple of appointments in Bowling Green with his Dr., they will get their heads together and decide what needs to be done next. If anything, he feels better, but is still having problems. Hope next he gets a very good report.
Sorry Mildred Whitney of Dunmor is in the hospital in Greenville. Hope she soon is feeling better and back home.
Enjoying the night meal with Judy and Lannie Jernigan were David and Stacey Jernigan and girls and Kim and Johnny Richardson and Grace. They delivered my supper to me. Lannie and Stacey did the delivering. They brought me chili and potato soup and boy, did it hit the spot.
Do you know what a “Memory Bear” is? Martine Brown makes them. I’d guess they are at least 18 inches high. I gave her one of Bob’s shirts to use and the shirt will make 2, one for me and one for Stanley, as it was made from his dad’s shirt. Why the name Memory Bear? Of course you could have them made out of anything, yet woukld that cause the “memory.” They are very pretty. It also has a card with an appropriate saying on it. She probably keeps some made so you can see how pretty they are.
We have new twins in our church family. Arriving Monday, Feb. 4 was Paul Thomas, weighing in at 6 lbs and 1 oz. He was 17 1/2 inches long. and Mary Katherine (Mary Kate), weighing 6 lbs and 1 oz. She was 18 1/2 inches long. Their excited parents are Mitch and Dana Cundiff.
Those that have been in this week besides Standley and Elain have been Marvine Borders, Lannie Jernigan and Stacey Jernigan. I always enjoy the in and out visits. Could stay longer, would suit me fine.
It seems to me it is turning cooler. Anyway, I looked out a little bit ago and it was drizzling, not raining hard, but enough to be dripping off the house.
Romans 12:18 “If it be possible, as much as lieth in you, live peaceably with all men.”
In looking at an old Bible, I found where former pastor Bro. Larry Burcham used 2nd Corinthians 9:10 for his sermon on January 30th, 1983. “Thanks be to God for His unspeakable gift.” I enjoy going through and checking dates, who was the pastor and some notes made at the time.
Until next time, smile, God loves you. he really does.