Respectfully published to, and for, my readers. You have endured hundreds of pictures of the weather station documenting the miserably hot temperatures. Yesterday, a Houston TV meteorologist said “one-hundred-thirteen days since temperature in the seventies.” For me: No need to water plants every day!! Cool enough to work in the yard past nine o’clock. There are MANY outdoor projects begging my attention.
Below, see the flyer that advertised an event (today) at CARE. To attract attention, I dressed very “loud” and wore a silly umbrella hat. I was the individual selling the raffle tickets. To enjoy the morning activities, check this short video. ~~ During the afternoon session, I won a very nice door prize (which will be added to my hurricane evacuation preparedness).
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Breast Cancer Awareness Day
Date: September 28, 2016
Location: CARE Dining Room
Time: All Day Event
Special recognition for survivors
Door Prizes – Goody Bags – Raffle Drawings – Refreshments
9:30am Relay for Life Walk – Inside/Outside
Inside – Dining Room and or Multi-Purpose Rm
Outside – Around Center and or Garden (weather permit)
BRING YOUR WALKER OR CANE!!!!!!!!!
********Stories from “Gordy” the Dog********
2:00pm Ladies ONLY – Informative talk by –
“Dusty” Frances Peterson F.N.P
*****Individual Survivor Stories*****
Door Prizes will include a “Breast Cancer Support Ribbon” pen custom crafted by Bruce Horton
Survivors, please call ahead if you plan to attend!
Barbara Dxxxxx – 614-xxx-xxxx or Linda Hxxxxx – 409-xxx-xxxx
Sponsored by CARE Inc.
936-327-4256 Ext. 101
Escapees CARE Inc.
An “out of ordinary” day because not a single minute spent in my “yarden.”
Decision magazine arrives in my mailbox because I’m a subscriber.
On this Sunday afternoon, I read the articles page by page.
In my humble opinion, this information is so valuable I want to share it with every person I can touch!! I’m limited because I have one copy. I checked the Internet to see if articles are available. One by one, I found them. I encourage you to read them.
Two Visions, Two Americas by Jerry Pierce
Christian Civic Duty by Billy Graham
The Most Important Election of Our Lifetime by Franklin Graham
A Supreme Decision by Cathy Ruse
Religious Liberty in Grave Peril by Bob Paulson
Checkmate for Judeo-Christian Values? by Mat Staver
A Life or Death Decision by Charmaine Yoest
Party Platforms, Where They Stand On The Issues compiled by Decision staff
Terrorism & Defense, Restraining Evil by Jerry Boykin
Casting a Vote for Religious Freedom Q&A with David Jeremiah
The Case for Christians in Public Office by Joy Allmond
“This is not a time to stand on the sidelines“ by Charles Chandler
A Bonhoeffer Moment Q&A with Eric Metaxas
Two visions, two Americas by Carol Clements
Boy, do I need that message!! Oops, not the answer I wanted!! I don’t own a “mulching mower.” When I saw that title, I thought I’d find a reprieve from raking leaves.
Depending on how many hardwoods you or your neighbors have, you can use leaf blowers to blow leaves into landscaped beds or use a lawn vacuum to vacuum up leaves. Leaf vacuums will produce finely chopped leaves that are excellent for placing in flower or vegetable beds. When spreading leaves in garden beds, be careful not to smother ground covers.
Whatever you do, don’t let fall leaves get away. Use them somewhere in your landscape!
Leaf vacuum, what’s that? I checked the Internet and found those I could afford and numerous I can’t afford. No “impulse purchase” today; I’ll “sleep on it.” This WORKX would certainly take the strain off “yours truly” but, in light of recent major expenses, I may forgo the purchase.
The Hummingbird-Cypress Vine has climbed high up in the tree. In morning sunshine, I can see the bright red blooms. I have not observed Hummingbirds at the blooms so I won’t plant the Cypress Vine again. Frankly, I’m disappointed the Hummingbird-Trumpet Vine has not bloomed!! That, too, may be curtailed next year. The Cape Honeysuckle has been a great success!!