Thursday, April 5, 2007
A particular story in the March 17 edition of the Marion County, Ala., Journal Record caught my eye – “Breathing life into downtown.”
Palm fronds and frog stitching
• I have so many good friends. Not a one of them believes that I can remember anything!
Every Palm Sunday for as long as I can remember, at my church, Free Springs United Methodist in Harmontown, there has been a children’s processional with palm fronds waving, at the beginning of the worship service.
“Good ole days” make me appreciate good folks now
Last month when Diane Wage phoned to ask if I would be willing to accept the Town & Country Garden Club’s designation of my yard as “Yard of the Month,” I was, of course, flattered. But I knew instantly and told Diane immediately that I was the least-deserving person they could name. Nobody dislikes yard work more than I!
Letter to the Editor
Not a drop-off
The Spay and Neuter Clinic is not a drop off station for your unwanted and neglected pets.
On March 30 I went to the clinic and someone had left a very pregnant cat in a wire cage at the door, with no water or food. Think of what would have happened to the cat if no one had come to the clinic over the weekend.
The clinic offers low cost spaying and neutering. Call 252-6196 for an appointment.
These animals are God’s little creatures put on this earth for our enjoyment to love and give us pleasure, not to be tossed away when we get tired of them just like a piece of trash.
Love your animals; they are man’s best friends. Don’t throw these little puppies and kitties in a ditch somewhere where they will die.
The Humane Society is to help you take care of your pets; if you don’t want your dog or cat having a litter, spay or neuter!
(662) 252-4261 or email@example.com
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