Polly Barker's daughter had surgery on Tuesday and we are glad to hear that she is doing well. We will keep her in our prayers, Polly.
Garden greens for anyone interested! Tom said for anyone to come by if they wanted some mustard or collard greens. The rain has brought much-needed relief to the pastures and gardens. We have okra up, plus cantaloupes, and all of our squash. Tom says with the crop of potatoes and green beans, we will not starve this winter. I have been canning green beans since we got married. Thank you to Della Potts for the recipe ideas. I know there are a lot of good cooks out there just like Della, so give me a holler with your hints and recipes.
Sulphur Springs Work Camp is coming. Contact Shannon Oaks Church if you would like to help contribute food, work, or money. This has been an activity for area youth and visiting churches to come and improve local houses. We are blessed to have such an organization in our community. Please pray for this to be another successful year.
World Day of Prayer is Wednesday and will be celebrated on the square tonight at 7 p.m. Hope everyone feels the need to go and pray for our country, our leaders, and our community.
I heard that there was a big Beast Feast last week at Koon Lake. Lot of good food and a great sermon were enjoyed by all of the men there. I guess it was called a feast because it was all men. For women with a lot of food what would it be called?
So sorry that there is not much news this week. I can't seem to get motivated to make enough calls to hear what is happening in our community. On that note, I sure would like to hear from more of you in my neighborhood to learn what is going on. Do we have any graduates in the Brashear area?
There is no age limit on who can call me, so let's hear from all ages. You can reach me at 903-612-8806; ddyoung@ cawb.com; or stop by CR 1119 where the bulldozer is located. The world is full of people and everyone of them counts in our Lord's eyes, so practice the Golden Rule this week.
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