By Janet Siers

While I was visiting at Heather's, Ruby and I were sitting on the sofa one afternoon and Ruby was talking about her school, she told me that her class said grace before lunch. We recited it together. She is so sweet.

Reading Rozetta Stutler Thompson's poem   Heavens Grocery Store   brought tears to my eyes. I suppose Heaven's grocery store is in all of us. We only have to shop.

Teresa Starcher's   Petty Pondering   brought memories back to me. Mother had milk cows and was sometimes kicked while milking. I remember bruises on her legs. She would store the milk covered with a plate in the refrigerator. I would sneak and dip my little finger in the bowl for a taste of the cream. I churned which seemed to take forever. What a wonderful thing it was to have fresh butter.

Calhoun's Vast Wilderness   has me thankful our forefathers did settle here in Calhoun County. It truly is a blessed place.

February 18 is the 'full snow moon.' Usually the heaviest snows fall in this month. It's been a nice one and folks are talking about having Spring fever. Me too.

Roscoe McCune called me and said there were 43 people attending Walnut Memorial Church last Sunday.

I might not be able to write the news for awhile. Likely be without phone service but will be back with you when I can.

Everyone have a wonderful week!

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