Good evening, everyone, on a warm February Lord's day here in Reevesville. I don't know what's going on with the weather, but it sure is strange. It got up to 67 degrees today and that is surely out of character for the very beginning of February.
All the temperatures and weather has been growing the germs. My whole family and I were out sick today. In fact, there were so many sick, we didn't even have church today. It's a good thing we serve the Lord everyday, and He is graceful.
Unfortunately we were not able to make it to the nursing home today either. I really think the world of all of them and will have to visit in the next couple days.
My Aunt Tina visited this weekend, and her and my mother, Vicki Murrie, made 80 eggrolls. They sure were good. I want to wish Tina a very happy birthday. She celebrated her birthday this weekend, and I was glad to get to see her. Happy birthday again, Tina.
C&W towing bought the lot right behind me and have been doing a lot of work to get it ready for its use as a storage facility for their towing company. They are serving Johnson County now, and that lot is their Johnson County base.
I'm about ready for some more crappie and some Morel mushrooms. This weather has got me in the spirit of springtime. I sure can't wait to get out and find a batch.
What tribe was Paul from? For the answer to this week's Bible question, turn to Philippians 3:5.
A poodle and a collie are walking together when the poodle suddenly unloads on his friend. "My life is a mess," he says. "My owner is mean, my girlfriend ran away with a schnauzer and I'm as jittery as a cat."
"Why don't you go see a psychiatrist?" suggests the collie.
"I can't," says the poodle. "I'm not allowed on the couch."
A man's son wanted to know what it was like to be married. The father then told the boy to leave him alone and when he did, he then asked him why he was ignoring him.
Until next week, see you in church.