Thursday, December 22, 2005
Enjoy time with family
Christmas time with an almost 4-year-old in the house always adds fun, excitement and some challenges.
We’ve had a strange Christmas family week already and it’s not even Christmas yet.
Our granddaughters’ father lives in South Dakota and he and his fiancee came early for Christmas this year so they could see the Binkster perform in the Nutcracker at her dance school.
Let’s speak of such things all year
Sometimes we Christians meet ourselves coming and going. This year’s “issue du jour” is the “Christmas Wars.”
Entwhistle household in full Christmas swing
With just over a week to go, Christmas preparations are in full swing in the Entwistle household here in Scotland.
Letter to the Editor
To the thief:
On Monday, December 12 I was east-bound on MS Hwy. 302 and my trailer, which I was carrying on another trailer came off along MS Hwy 302 between MS Hwy 309 and 72.
To the person who stole it off Hwy 302 before I could get back to it, (about 5 minutes to load it back on my trailer), I have a suggestion for you.
Tell all your friends, your relatives, especially your parents and in particular your mother, and if you go to church, your minister, that they should all be proud of you for stealing a trailer from someone.
You should ask these same people if they would do the same thing, steal a trailer before the owner could come back to get it, rather than wait to see if the owner would come back to get it.
Ask your minister, “Do Good Samaritans do this?”
The trailer was being fixed up to raise money for a minister to take a class which he could not afford to pay for.
Tell all your friends, relatives, your parents, and if you go to church, your minister, to call (662) 893-2735 to tell the one who answers the phone how proud they are that they know someone who will steal a trailer.
(662) 252-4261 or email@example.com
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