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Monday, October 3, at 6 p.m. the Union Square Neighborhood Watch meeting will meet and greet, with a crock-pot soup and desserts served. Come out, everyone, and help celebrate this fall season.
The month of October is a very sentimental month for me for many reasons and years. Thinking of having a meeting without Steve Baker adds to the subject.
Just recently losing our Neighborhood Watch president, Steve Baker, is hard for everyone right now. Steve and Kenny were two of the best presidents. They both were faithful and good at making sure things went well to make everyone happy, especially at our eating meetings. They were always making sure we had enough food, drinks and sweets. They also made sure the kitchen and everything were cleaned. Oh how we miss them!
Don’t forget October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Let’s pray for all victims.
My heart is still on the importance of reading and understanding what you read. You can read things that don’t apply to you and become more knowledgeable and for your own benefit and sometimes for the ones around you; family, etc.
I apologize to my readers for last week’s “no show” column of Ruby. Thanks to the ones who called with concerns and compliments of the writing. Mrs. Maxine R. Ware and Mrs. Ava Burton are top readers, and they understand what they are reading. Let’s not forget Mrs. Lattie Hardy, Louis Hill and others, but I’m short on time to write their names.
Everyone, please go out and vote November 8. Pray first, read and get an understanding of what you read. If you don’t understand ask someone. Don’t be too proud.
Many times I don’t understand things. However, when I pray God always answers with an understanding heart. It might not be the answer you want or think, but it’s always the right answer.
He told us in His word to lean not on our own understanding and trust Him. That’s what we must do.
Read, listen and do.
Too many of us are just hearing and not listening and doing nothing. “Nothing from nothing leaves nothing.”
I don’t understand death, and I don’t understand life, but God helps me to cope and understand it His way. Losing my daughter is one of the things I will never understand, but I stand.
The Belyue family doesn’t understand losing their brother, uncle and friend Mr. Tommie Junior Belyue, known as “Blu,” but they stand. Blu’s home-going service was special. A special eulogy was done by Pastor Stanford Benson with his heart fully in it. Pastor Benson said that Mr. Blu believed in prayer, and you couldn’t take that away.
Our prayers go to the Belyue family, especially his sisters, Glenda, Betty, Rosa, and Mary.
Happy birthday to all October babies.
“Reading is one way to discover yourself.”
“God’s peace can’t be understood.” – Philippians 4:7
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