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Tips from Aunt Polly

Aunt Polly

Hello folks,

We've sure been having some nice fall weather here which has given farmers some good harvesting time.

Rains predicted for the next couple days, will also give them a needed break as they hurry to get all the crops in as fast as possible.

We have had some people talking about townsfolk not cleaning up their property, others flying flags with offensive profanity on them, and wondering why they have to do anything about it.

I was always taught to be a good neighbor, and taught to take into consideration how what you do can offend or affect others.

We need to take care of what we have which includes or homes, our properties, our families, our communities, and all we have been given.

"To whom much has been given, much is required".

The good Lord put us in charge of everything He has created and expects us to care for it.

When in doubt, throw it out. Or if you don't need it, don't keep it. If you get it out, then put it away.

Sometimes health and tragedy limits a person, so be a good neighbor and help others when you can. And if you need help, don't be stubborn and prideful, but ask for help.

Here are a few quotes I was given to ponder:

Hope to see you in church Sunday.

Bring a friend.

Aunt Polly