From freezer weather to beautiful — that just about describes what we have experienced this past week. My only hope is that the bitter cold may have killed off some of the insects that we have around here.
Has anyone else noticed the number of red-tailed hawks in our area? They have sure contributed to our mice population being smaller this year. Yay for red-tailed hawks!
Well, I have been talking about the book “One Month to Live.” I just want to say that I hope some of you will want to get involved with this study. You may check with First Baptist Church in Sulphur Springs, New Beginnings Fellowship Baptist Church, The Way Bible Church or First United Methodist Church to get involved. The Jan. 31 kickoff is almost here. You may order a book through FUMC at 903-885-2185 and sign up for small groups. Some of them are at the following dates and times: Sunday afternoon at 3:30 p.m., and Tuesday at 10 a.m. or 6 p.m. We would love to see what miracles can happen when a whole community gets involved in a study such as this.
I want to thank Sandi Anderson for her note last week. I can use all the information and encouragement that I can get. Times are busy right now, and you all must remember to fill me in on your news.
Happy birthday to Marcia Blevins, Jan. 13; Allyiah Brantley, Jan. 14; Sue Lindley, Jan. 15; Kenneth Gaines, Jan. 16; Glen Stroh (he’s my uncle), Jan. 17; and Ray Jordan and Jake McCarty, Jan. 18.
Let’s make the rest of January a month to remember. Take care and share a smile, a hello, or just a special call with someone you haven’t seen in a while. There are several people out there who need what you alone can give them.
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