September 28, 2020
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Mask-go-round

September 22, 2020 Linda Brendle 0

Masks used to be something that appeared on the store shelves sometime in September in preparation for Halloween, something worn to prevent frostbite while skiing, or something worn during the commission of a crime to hide one’s identity. […]

Interesting Point

September 22, 2020 Submitted 0

Another week and all is going great. The FFA kids are getting to show their animals at the fairgrounds So glad they could get that done. They put such a lot of work and time into it. Wishes for a good show to all of you guys. […]

I love books

September 15, 2020 Linda Brendle 0

I love books. There weren’t a lot of them around the house when I was little, but I loved the ones I had. Dr. Dan the Bandage Man, The Little Red Hen, and The Little Engine That Could were my favorites. […]

The dog whisperers

September 8, 2020 Linda Brendle 0

David and I haven’t visited with our dog friend Spike since February when his human family went to Israel. They were supposed to go again in June, and I’m sure they had other fun trips scheduled, but COVID messed up their plans along with those of everybody else on the planet. […]

Emory…from my view on September 8, 2020

September 8, 2020 Submitted 0

I’ve had reports from Azzlynn Garcia and Glenda Harder of 5 and 6 inches of rain in one day. We’ve had a few days of it, so we’ve had a fair share of rain. And those temperatures dipping down feeling like fall weather, loving it!! […]

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