Sunday was a pretty day, then we woke up Monday to a cold north wind which blew all day. Not a day for outdoor activities as far as I was concerned. We are in a freeze warning tonight.
Eight members turned out for the Busy Bee quilters day last Tuesday. We had a very good Thanksgiving dinner. Those present were, Carol Orr, Fay and Gloria Lusty, Marilyn Miller, Grace Hardman, Catalina Luna, Irene Hammett and myself. Fay Lusty brought the quilt to be worked on and will bring it back again in January. We will have our Christmas party and gift exchange on our December meeting day. The menu will be finger foods. Gifts will be numbered and drawn for.
The Richland Springs Coyotes continue on the road to state after knocking off Gustine last Friday night in Bangs by a score of 54-8. This week the Coyotes will face St. Jo in Hico. Good luck boys!
We are also pleased to see the San Saba Armadillos continuing on in the playoffs. It is a fun and exciting time for all involved.
There were 3 1/2 tables of players at the 42 tournament at Shiloh last Saturday night. Larry and Yvonne Cottrell came out in first place with Andy Cummings and Marilyn Suber winning second. The tournament was held in the new fellowship hall at the Shiloh Church and it is really nice. The next tournament will be at Richland Springs in December.
Remember the community meeting this Saturday night. The plans will be made for the Christmas party to be held December 19th. Hostesses are Valerie Gossett and JoLynn Tharp unless other arrangements have been made.
My two daughters, Marilyn and Lanell, and I all have November birthdays. Several of our bunch gathered at the Section Hand restaurant in Brownwood after church Sunday to celebrate. Attending were, Ken and Lanell Parson, Theron, Kelton and Hannah, Aldris Parson, Michael and Marilyn Suber and myself. We all enjoyed the gathering. I am not telling how old I am, but I have been here for many years. I know I have a lot to be thankful for!
We want to wish Harold Hardman a happy birthday on Saturday, when he will catch up with me in age!
Amy Tucker accompanied Jax Tucker and the rest of his robotics team to San Angelo today where they won second place. There were six teams competing and Brady brought home the first three places. Good job!