It has been a month since we have had any rain and we sure could use some moisture. We just had a small crowd for the gospel singing last Saturday night.
We missed Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Campbell. We sure do appreciate Kay McKee being so faithful to come and play the piano for us. She seems to enjoy it as much as her Daddy, Wayne Powell, enjoys singing.
Wayne and Bobby Deeds shared the duty of song leader. Everyone seemed to have a good time.
Jerald and Gloria Weatherman were still in Colorado, closing up their place there.
Mildred Weatherman remains in San Antonio where she has been in the hospital. We send her our best wishes.
Marilyn and Bethany Suber and I met Amy and Georgia Tucker in Brady Saturday and attended the marching band contest. Marla Cummings is a member of the band at Rising Star and they were competing. They did a good job and we always enjoy watching the bands perform.
There were only five quilters working at the Busy Bee quilting day last week. They were Irene Hammett, Fay and Gloria Lusty, Marilyn Miller and Grace Hardman. The ladies were working on the quilt for the VFD raffle and will do so again next month.
The Coyotes won their game over Lohn last Friday night by a score of 46-0 at the half. They will now host Brookesmith this week for the last home game.
I sure was disappointed in the Cowboys Sunday! The Rangers are looking good and I will try not to miss any of their games.
We lost one of our best neighbors this past weekend. The old red hound dog known as "Baby Girl" was hit by a car on the highway. We have known it was just a matter of time as she had risked her life many times going on her daily rounds. Baby Girl never did anyone any harm and we enjoyed watching her travel across the way every morning. We send our sympathy to her family. I know they miss her a lot.