Count us as tornado survivors. The Sulphur Springs area was hit hard but I am so glad to say no one was injured seriously. Here on County Road 1119 we only had power outage for six hours. Iconsider that lucky compared to those poor people on Jill Lane. I heard that Jerry Dodd on CR 1116 had some major damage. Ron Bramlett was over there fast the next morning to help him make repairs. We cannot get by without good people who come to our aid. We were blessed by several people calling to check on us. Tom and I want to say thank you for your concern. My friend, Jenny Arledge, said that they saw the tornado take down a barn near them. Jenny lives in Miller Grove. She also feels blessed that they were spared.
In church on Sunday, Billie Rushin and I were talking and she asked where the Brashear Cemetery Association met. I told her the Community Center that was once the Methodist Church in Brashear. She said that she attended the Methodist Church there and was baptized close by there in a “dirty” pool. Are there any other kind? Anyway, does anyone know where the pool was located that they used to baptize people?
How many of your have noticed the large flock of robins around? They seem to be traveling in mass. Is it too early for robins with winter not over yet? Tom wanted me to ask anyone if they thought this was unusual.
For those wondering about Kim Stroh, she came through her surgery OK. Glen and Mary called to let Barbara know.
Well, the “One Month to Live” study kicks off on Sunday night at 6:30 at the Civic Center. Remember anyone can come and everyone is invited to join in some small study groups. Just call some of the participating churches to find a group that fits your time schedule. You will be glad you did. Sorry, I borrowed that from some commercial.
Has anyone else had problems with wild hogs? Tom talked to Randy Koon this week and he said they seemed to be on the move in this direction. Be very careful if you see one. Be ready.
Happy birthday to Jessica Erdmier, 1/28; Dalton Darrow, 1/30; and Francis Sanders, 1/31.
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