with Gayle Cox
WOW is all we can say to this last six weeks of winter. My family moved back to Chester County in 2003, and this the most snowfall we have experienced since we left Connecticut. I know that people here are always wishing for the snow, but when it disrupts life this much, you are definitely glad to see the end of it. It is a picturesque moment to see the ground covered in white, but I only wish we could have it fall everywhere except the roads. It is not fun trying to get around when there is not enough removal equipment and experienced drivers for the amounts that we just had. Staying in was the best answer. I feel more rested than I have in a long time. I am so use to working that it was different to just be at home, but as I am aging, it gave me an idea of what life will be looking more like in a few years, but I am glad to be back going again, and, hopefully, that will be our snow for this year.
Montezuma sends out happy belated birthday wishes to Anthony Cooper and Judy Greenslade on Feb. 19, my grandson Jack Hornbeak on Feb. 21, Celeste Parker on Feb. 22, Allen Cook and Peggy Lard on Feb. 23, Imalee Montgomery on Feb. 24. Happy birthday to Mason Wells and Sherry Thompson on Feb. 25, Kelsa Turner, Tammy Thomas and Addison Grace Stanley on Feb. 26, Wanda Cook on Feb. 28, Granville Russom, Randi Burke, Aria Quarles and my husband David Cox on Feb. 28 and Clayton Skinner on March 3. Montezuma sends out happy anniversary wishes to Chad and Renee Lott on March 3.
With so much unrest in our country, I pray that each of you believers will be praying continually for the situation, our government and salvation for the lost. Please pray for Donna Lynch, Jimmy Ruth, Mary Lou Weir Warren, Wayne Monks, Sr., Brenda Ada, Vicki Rush, Kristen Daniel, Faye Crouse, Nancy Thomas, Ed and Betty Morris, Ann Morrison, healthcare workers and law enforcement. We especially want to remember the families of Eloise Talley Murley, Emanuel “Manny” Hostetler, Eli Chase Koehn, Donnie Hanna, Marie Moore Coady, Jimmy “Jo Bo” Wamble and other families that have recently lost loved ones.
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Blessings to all of you until next time.