We’ve had some nice weather lately. I’ve heard some people’s gardens have started to bear vegetables. Thank God to all who worked hard in their gardens are now seeing some results of their labor and can now enjoy their vegetables.
Sybil Bradbury, along with her daughter and son-in-law Becky and Davis Brown of Tucker have returned from Brooklyn, New York where they attended the graduation of their daughter Ellen Brown. She graduated from Pratt Institute School of Art and Design with a Bachelor’s degree in Illustration. Ellen is the granddaughter of Sybil and Len Bradbury of Madison.
Sunday morning the church was close to being full. We had several visitors. Our prayer is that they received a blessing by coming and will continue to come as God leads; we are always blessed by having them with us and our doors are always open to you. We missed some of our regular members. They were out for various reasons, and I hope all will be back soon.
Pat Pedley and others empty trash cans at the Buckhead Park. That is not their job to do. Whoever has use of the park should bring trash bags to take the trash to the dumpster. There is no paid person to clean up after individuals. Also, whoever plays basketball or other events should bring bags for your bottles. Pat picked up two bags of bottles and cans.
Good morning June 8, a sunshiny day to start the week and it’s a green world thanks to God’s abundant rain.
Fishing should be good as ponds are full again, and the contented cows are grazing on ample grass.
A little bird’s nest outside my window taught me a lesson about life. I am sure that many lessons could be learned from the way birds live their lives. I think this was a dove’s nest because of the cooing at night that I could hear.