By Ivalien Reynolds
People from all areas are mourning the loss of the vet, Mr. Lock Boyce, a well-known Patrick County veterinarian because he had a love for animals of all kinds, and he helped lots of causes. I will always cherish the visit and the time spent with him the last time I saw him when I went by the thank him and the staff for their kindness.
Looks like the virus is still going and causing so much sadness. It looks like a different world wearing masks and gloves. Scary isn’t it?
Finally had to go to Spring Drug to get medicine bottles refilled. Everyone is always so nice over there.
When I went for my daily ride through Patrick Springs, I saw a cute little boy playing with his dog along the road. I stopped to say hello and he said our car’s not working and we can’t go anywhere, so me and the dog are out walking and playing.
On Monday I got a nice card from the ladies of Sycamore Baptist Church Members of Good Samaritan Sunday School Class. Thank you! You all always send the nicest cards. Also, you all would have loved my Aunt Katherine.
Thanks to Jerry and Rhonda Morgan for a really cute card. It came at a time I needed it. Hello to Andy and hope he’s doing okay.
The Food Ministry at Church is getting lots of food and the people that come are so thankful and tell us so. I’m so thankful that I can go over and give out food and talk with the people. I also love having Sam the church dog with us, and the people that come pet him. He loves that.
Love to Cheryl Sutphin. Hope things are going okay for you. You are in my prayers.
Also hello to Beverly Woody, Mark, and Blue the dog.
I was hoping to come to see you folks at The Enterprise by now, but then the virus flared up again.
Take care everyone. God bless and keep you safe.
Food for thought- Faith is by nature, purposeful and patient, hopeful, and prayerful. Hebrews 11:1 says now faith is the assurance of things hoped for: the conviction of things not seen.
½ cup butter, melted
1 cup sugar
2 eggs, well beaten
1 tsp vanilla
½ cup flour, sifted
½ cup cocoa
½ tsp baking powder
½ tsp salt
1 cup oatmeal
½ cup nuts
Combine ingredients and mix well. Spread batter in a greased 8 x 8-inch pan. Bake at 350° for 30 minutes. (Recipe from Florida Judicial Assistants Association).