n Winter” has let us know that he’s still around for awhile. The first snowfall wasn’t big, but made everything so beautiful.
William and Linda Roberts gave me some turnips. I made some cornbread and had a feast.
Please keep Hannah Beasley in your prayers at this time as she goes into treatments.
It was so good to hear that Pastor Joe Cerino got a good report from his doctor’s visit. I hope he can soon finish his Revelation study classes.
Lately the Patrick Springs Pentecostal Holiness Church has been blessed with an abundance of food for the Food Ministry. Sincere thanks go out to Walmart, God’s Pit Crew, and some caring individuals in the church and community.
It’s so good to hear from LaNita Harris often these days. I’m so thankful she is feeling much better these days also.
Calling “Miss Claudine” Wood is an important part of my mornings. She is a joy to talk to and gets my day off to a good start. Every day she works puzzles and reads a lot. She loves music and enjoys people visiting. “Miss Claudine” is quite a lady and an inspiration to everyone.
“Sandy Man” is staying in a lot these days since the weather is cold and unsettled. I also miss seeing “Hank” lately since he got hurt. Seeing them is always a part of my day.
Keep our friend “Papa” on your prayer list at this time. He really needs our prayers.
Happy birthday to a special lady in my neighborhood, Teresa Martin. Teresa is always thinking of others. May God bless you with many more birthdays, and thanks for all you do.
Household hint: To make a cake pan coating: 1 cup Crisco, 1 cup plain flour, 1/2 cup Wesson oil. Cream these ingredients well. Refrigerate. Use to grease your cake pans.
1 can cranberry sauce
1 Tbsp. sugar
2 Tbsp. mayonnaise
8 oz. cream cheese
8 oz. Cool Whip
9 oz. pineapple
1 cup nuts
Mix all ingredients together. Put in a container and put in the freezer. Keep frozen.
Food for thought
Like a garden, the church is meant to be a place where everyone works together for the glory of God and the good of all. It’s a place where people can be cared for according to their needs; where each of us does work that we love—work that can benefit others.