Greetings to all my faithful readers!
Hopefully you all had a blessed Thanksgiving Day with your family and friends enjoying that wonderful Thanksgiving feast. Bryan and I had lunch at Bo's Restaurant.
Now that Thanksgiving is behind us, it won't be long until Christmas holidays are here and then a brand new year, 2022. My, where has 2021 gone? Time passes fast.
I enjoyed going to my first Yellow Jacket basketball game last week. The boys and girls both lost to Sumner. They played a hard game, but just couldn't pull it off. Better luck next game. It was good to see people I hadn't seen lately.
The D.A. Varnado Store Museum's Annual Christmas Festival is Saturday and Sunday, December 4th and 5th located at the Commercial Building on the Fairgrounds. Mile Branch Pioneer Christmas will be decorated and open to the public. There will be arts and crafts, raffles, food and a visit with Santa. Please make plans to attend the weekend event. It is sure to be lots of fun.
Happy December birthday to these special ones: My great-grandson, Dalton Athey, my nephew, Randall Seal, Kayla Ingram, Conner Terrell, Lois Tynes, Doris Schilling, Barbara Burch, Virginia Padgett, Kay Burch Rogers, Sue M. Burch, Erica Burch Navarre, Valarie Goings, Lois Thornton, Eden Jewel Wells, Minda Raybourn, Lisa Miller, Madison Duncan, Joey Duncan, Fran Spears, Chasity Sharp, Sadie Abrianna Stafford, Michael Stafford, Jamie Morris, Dalton Crain, Jessica Oalmann Manchester, and Jamie Oalmann Messina.
The November WMU Meeting was hosted by Janice Schilling at her new home in Franklinton. She was happy to show us around. Everything was nice. Prayer was voiced for those on the prayer list. Janice had a pot of homemade beef stew, biscuits and peach cobbler. It was good. Enjoying the meal and fellowship was Frances Schilling, Linda Jean Folks, Sue Alford, Janice Schilling, Martha June Miller and I.
til next writing, take good care of yourself.