by Marge Zink and Julia Snethen summited by Beverly Pelkey
Morning message at the Rockville United Methodist Church, Dec 22, by Pastor Larry Sorrells was “Perfect Timing” from Galatians 4:4-7. You are always welcome for worship at 9 a.m. Sunday, Tuesday Bible study at 9 a.m.
Mt. Zion area has had Missouri weather: hot, cold, fog, rain, snow, ice, but can’t complain, it is winter.
Marge hopes to get back on schedule. She got Facebook for Christmas but doesn’t know how to work it.
Over at the Robin Sigismund Farm, Belle has been enjoying the heavy frost to make Frost Angels. The trouble with that Frost Angles which are prettier, they turn to mud and Robin doesn’t like a dirty dog. Specks is smelling better now after the skunk spraying some time back. Belle is staying home, dog treats come on the UPS truck. Robin has been busy and not getting much knitting done. Petey comes to visit begging for dog treats. He is my brother says Belle so I share.
The person who borrowed the major part from the Methodist Church Van in Appleton City, we sure hope you really needed it. We are praying for you.
Tom and Beverly Pelkey spent Christmas at home. James and Karen Rosbrugh stopped by one day. The Wood Fairy is looking for a winter hat. Tom has been busy keeping the wood box filled.
John and Julia Snethen celebrated Christmas day dinner with Micheal, Grace, Logan, Kayla Snethen and Ron Thompson. On Saturday John and Julia went to Knob Noster to have Christmas dinner at Dave and Chryshella Vandivier, other guests were Cody Wright and Anna, Breanna and Dusty. enjoyed getting to see family.
David and Wilma Williams returned home after spending Christmas Holidays with family in Mississippi.
Wanda Rector returned home after taking the train to St Louis to spend Christmas with family. daughter, Lawanda, spent a few days with Wanda and enjoyed us at quilting.
Christmas dinner guests in the Griffith – Zink home were Brenda Peterson from Richmond, and Howard Peterson.
Greg and Micha Pelkey of Springfield, visited New Year’s Day with Tom and Beverly Pelkey, enjoying late Christmas.
Wishing everyone a healthy and happy New Year.