Tomorrow, May 22nd is Nathan's 26th birthday. I know a lot of you talk to him on Face Book. Tell him happy birthday. He will be so surprised (maybe), I hope. I miss him so much!!
I was wondering if anyone has the tract that sister Doris Davis wrote on preparing the Lord's Table. I had one and I haven't used it in over a year and now I can't find it. One of the FC girls at church was asking me about making the bread. She wants to learn and I told her I would get her a copy of sister Davis' recipe. I will need it in April myself. If someone has it, would you be able to scan it and e-mail it to me, please. My e-mail is: firstname.lastname@example.org (yea, Jerry came up with that one). Thanks everyone.
Well, I'm posting again because one of my sons has "jumped off the deep end". And from the name Polar, you can bet it's not Logan. There's an annual event in Minnesota where they cut a hole in a frozen pond or lake (body of water) and people jump in. Then you get out.....really quick. To participate, you have to raise money. It's for the Special Olympics. He called a few minutes ago and said he survived. If you're interested, you can see it later tonight, probably 10 or 11, on KEYCTV.com. Yep, that's my boy, he's really come out of his shell since he moved away (I guess it's being one of those media types).
That was just to get you attention. Yesterday, there was a chilli cook-off, for charity. Those who entered (volunteer) had to make 3-4 gallons of chilli. The public paid the admission and got to try all the of them. There were 21 entries and Nathan came in 3rd. I bet y'all didn't even know he could cook. Boy has he come out of his shell! My quiet, timid Nathan in a chilli cook-off. He will be coming home on Wednesday night and will be here until Sunday evening. Send him messages to me and I will log on Sunday afternoon and let him read them.....I love you all.
For those who didn't know, my 2 babies turned into four. Some time on Sunday after we left for church and our cruise, that crazy dog had four more puppies. Two of them didn't make it, so now we have four; three boys and one girl. They have been bottle fed and now they are eating puppy food softened in milk. They eat like animals...oh, that's right, they are animals. I am going to try to add some pictures (I'm a little slow). I hope you all enjoy these.