Goodbye to 2009. Hope it was a good one for you and yours. 2010 is fast approaching and who knows what it will bring.
I guess you have all heard that the county was declared a disaster from all of the rain. Mrs. Wisenbaker emailed me that she wanted to visit about what we can expect for Precinct 1. We haven’t been able to meet yet, but I will let everyone know what has been planned for Brashear. I met one of our neighbors today and he said they he had been told that it will take a while for the bridge on County Road 1157 to be repaired.
The record for rain is almost been broken this year. Bill Bradford mentioned that we only needed a little over one inch more to break the record. I don’t know about you but our drive and pasture are so wet. We had some of the family get stuck in our driveway during the Christmas break. Not fun. I have noticed that everyone has had some trouble in feeding too.
Thanks to our road crews for Precinct 1 in bringing some oil to put in some of the holes on our road. We do appreciate it so much.
I hope that some of you are thinking of volunteering this year. Karon Weatherman had mentioned that she is in need of drivers and cooks at the Senior Citizen Center. She could also use some back up drivers when someone is unable to drive.
Happy birthdays, first I would like to wish my husband a big HAPPY birthday on the first of January. Happy birthday to Aniston Darling, 12/26; Faye Brooks, David Burns, 12/27; David Lindley, 12/29; Debbie Gomez, 12/30; and Jeremy Edwards, 1/3.
Riding around Brashear I have noticed the new signs, Prayer is America’s only hope. I’m not sure it is our only hope, but it sure couldn’t hurt anything. Take time to get down on your knees and say a special prayer for our nation and our leaders.
Thank you to all for all of the nice comments about Brashear News. Please do not forget to call or email or come by County Road 1119. Would love to hear your news. Take care and may God bless you and yours.
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