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Closeness helps us love, understand others
Union Square community has a lot of thank-yous for Sheriff Michael Howell. He and his staff are doing great things in Coosa County. We appreciate you!
Union Square appreciates you, too, Sherry Shaw and Robin Schmidt!
Happy Mother’s Day to all mothers/ladies. We wish all healthcare (doctors, nurses, etc.) mothers a very special Mother’s Day. Teachers, law enforcement and all other working mothers, to you, as well. You are all very special to this life. I pray God will keep you in His care.
In memory of my daughter, Janice, who was the greatest and sweetest mom there is. I love you always.
Happy Mother’s Day in memory of these special people: Mrs. Elsie Riggins; Mrs. Annie Pearl Leonard; Mrs. Clarise Norman; Mrs. Lorene Phillips; Mrs. Johnnie Lee Jones; Mrs. Rosa Days; Mrs. Annie Lee Ward; Denise Johson; my sisters Rosa, Sara, Willie Mae, Merell, Minnie, Effie Lee; and of course my dearest mother, Beatrice, and the many others who will stay in our hearts forever.
Happy birthday to all May babies, blooming with beautiful flowers for the month of May.
Let’s continue to pray, pray and pray for this world. It seems it is falling apart instead of us pulling together and becoming closer.
Closeness is what helps us to love and understand each other. Yes, the Bible did state, “Lean not to our own understanding and trust God.” However, there are some things we need to understand to make it in this world, especially in this time of the season.
There is so much pain in the world, and it affects everyone. Twenty-twenty (2020) was a year that everyone can relate to the pain and maybe has shed some sad tears. I have, too, but I have also shed some happy tears and cheers, and you know what? Children are a part of my happiness.
A young man and his son (seemed about 1-and-a-half or 2 years old) got out of their truck beside my car, and as I got out of my car the little boy yells, “Daddy, Daddy, look! A football player!” I was wearing this nice sports outfit with a matching hat, and the kid didn’t even see my face; he just saw the outfit. The dad and I both just laughed.
My 2-year-old great-niece thinks that she is a woman, and she is a little lady. Her grandmother came from shopping one day and asked her, “What have you been doing since I have been gone?” Her granddaughter replied, “Minding my own business. Like I am supposed to.”
More on the 2020 laughs, instead of the 2020 sadness, next week.
“You are your best thing.”
“Two people are better off than one, for they can help each other succeed.” — Ecclesiastes 4:9.
Call Ruby at 256-377-1098 to spread your good news.