The Senior Health Fair was very nice with a lot of vendors, music, good food and healthy information. I was blessed to see a lot of my friends from on the mountain and Bassett-Walker friends. Also, I was blessed to get a Walmart card as a door prize.
Thanks to Charles and Gloria Biggs for inviting me to lunch at their home. It’s always a joy to be with the Morton clan.
I was really excited to see Bishop Gary and Carol Burd again when they visited Patrick Springs Pentecostal Holiness Church on Sunday, October 30. That surely was a message that we needed to hear.
“Hallelujah Night” at PSPHC was well attended by around 300 people and everyone had a time. Folks enjoyed hayrides, games, and hot dogs—all free. It had been a long time since I had been in a cake walk—and I won a delicious cake.
Here it is November, and October slipped away fast, didn’t it? The leaves are still tumbling down.
Pickup loads of pumpkins arrived at the PSPHC food ministry the other day, thanks to Van Rowe. That means pumpkin pies, pumpkin butter, and pumpkin bread and some pretty fall decorations—even pumpkin preserves.
I had the nicest letter from my new neighbors, Jonathan and Andriene Hiatt. They are making Denny and Marilyn’s house look like a home.
It was good to have a visit with Lester Harris, “Sandy Man” and “Buddy”—his dog buddies. They are so much company to Lester.
Dorothy Vipperman gave me some delicious chicken and dumpling biscuits and fresh “home-grown” eggs. “Miss” Vera Plasters had me a bag of Halloween goodies. I enjoy surprises.
Thanks to everyone who remembered me on the anniversary of Ronald and Chris’ death.
Please keep Pauline Martin and Sylvia Turman on your prayer list, and also Pastor Joe Cerino.
I had a nice visit with our friend Papa last week.
It was nice to hear the “Senior Melodies” sing again. You were great!
Appetizers Idea-served with bread toasted, crackers or chips: cream cheese and pickles, chopped; cream cheese and horseradish; peanut butter and bacon toasted on dark bread; deviled ham with chopped onions and Spanish olives.
1 box chocolate cake mix
1 (8 oz.) cream cheese softened
1/2 cup sugar
6 oz. mini chocolate chips
Mix together the cream cheese, egg, sugar and chips. Prepare cake mix as directed. Fill greased muffin pans 2/3 full. Add one teaspoon of the cheese mixture on the top of each cupcake. Bake 20-25 minutes at 350 degrees. Frosting is optional.
Food for thought
Abraham Lincoln said “Whatever you are, be a good one.”