Sis went to her doctor for her annual checkup. The doctor wrote her several prescriptions. The doctor told her to take the green pill with a glass of water. Take the blue pill with a glass of water with lunch. At bedtime take the red pill. Sis asked the doctor, “What is my problem?” The doctor said, “you are not drinking enough water.”
Fifth Sunday Services
Fifth Sunday services will be at Fosters Chapel UMC at 6 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 30. Rev. Glenn Ribelin is pastor.
Ralph Harris over in Gaffney offers this quote by Kevin Costner: Failure doesn’t kill you, it increases your desire to make something happen.
Local Prayer Concerns
Mickey Crayne, Della Gibbs, Daisy Owensby, William Scales, Carol Scales, Jim Heatherly, Lena Scales, Mary Ribelin, Judy Belk, Clara Gallman, Edna Black, Anna Harris, Dot Gault, Joyce Bishop, Judy Wentz, Mike Gregory, and Rev. Allan West.
‘Lizard Man’ Update
Well, I thought we had caught the “lizard man” the other night about midnight. A slick and slimy creature with wet camo uniform came to our neighbor’s door. He was barefooted and wet. Turned out to be a drunk that lost his way. I will get you a picture of “lizard man” as soon as I can.
First Date Memories
The first date that J.D. and Judy Bright went on, Judy came home upset. When her mom asked her why she was upset, she told her mom that she had to slap his face three times. Her Mom asked if he got fresh with her. Judy answered, “I thought he was dead.”
Remember In Prayer
I want you to remember two special friends of mine, Paul Keisler and Bo Hamm who both are having some medical problems at this writing. Please keep them in your prayers.
My friend, Mr. C.W. Garner, reports that he is completely cured of the colamodgus. He took some wine, Jell-O and Caster Oil and made a complete recovery.
I’m sure most of you have heard about the passing of Sis. I would not even attempt to name all of the friends and neighbors that our family saw before and after Sis’s death. There would not be enough paper to list them all by name. Our pastor, Rev. Glenn Ribelin has blessed and helped our family so much during this difficult time, we are so lucky to have him and his family in our community. Her caregivers, Beth Martin and Jane Lawson, were of great help to Sis and I. Sis had lots of friends, and I want to thank them all. Sis is in a better place now, with no more pain. She is in Heaven.
Sis has always been the nicest, kindest, and sweetest persons we know. She always had a smile for everyone and never a bad word about anyone. She is no longer suffering and has lived a great life. We may have lost an aunt and friend, but Heaven has gained an angel. We love you Sis, always. We ask that you continue to remember Hoyt in your prayers.
— Cooter and Sput Knox
Again, thanks for all the thought and prayers from everyone.
Till next time