'm sitting here watching bull riding. It makes me nervous to watch it. Don't want to see anyone get hurt.

This has been a lovely day. anyway. Tomorrow will be the worst day. Chet will be gone five years tomorrow.

You can't imagine till it hits home. Then Garnet in April, but it's coming to all of us. Be ready, is what I say. There's so much happening, you're not safe anywhere.

We want to the fish fry Friday night at the Senior Center. Good food, but not many there to sing. We enjoyed it, especially the cheesecake (strawberry).

The Farm Bureau was having something to do, also.

I bet the school kids are getting hot in this 91 degree weather.

My cousin in Wichita called me Saturday. He has cancer in his liver. Now taking treatments. How are you? I haven't heard from you in a while. Sue hasn't either.

Sonny and Louise are still having to go get the shots in their back and necks. Now they're sending him back to Houston with his eye. That's a long trip. Pray for them.

Brother Lonnie Burkes preached at our church today. He's a good one.

No news on the mountain. Have a good week. Pray for all the sick.

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