We must be safe to be together for Christmas

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Greetings and happy (belated) Thanksgiving from yours truly and the Wesley Smith Chapel Community.

We were not all able to fellowship and be with our loved ones at Thanksgiving, but to be together at Christmas, we must all be careful. Wear your mask, stay your distance, wash your hands and sanitize doorknobs and bathrooms after use. Spray disinfectants and keep windows open for air circulation when possible. Let’s work together so that we can be together at Christmas. This is not a joke.

Please check on the elderly to make sure they have food to eat and that they are all safe.

Last, but not least — whatever you do, let us pray that the coronavirus (COVID-19) will be dismissed and that our country will be turned around. Please pray for the many people that we know right here in our community who have lost a family member or friend to the virus. There are many that we know but we are not going to call names. Just know that we are praying for those families.

Although they are gone, we will forever keep them in our hearts. Gone but not forgotten.

Happy Birthday

Nov. 23: Regina Boykin, from your children, your husband, Johnny Boykin, your niece and pastor, Apostle Kimberly Armstrong, and the Mt. Zion Church of Deliverance family in Calypso.

Nov. 26: my best friend forever, Dianne West, from yours truly and Dante, Schenita, Joshua and your little girl, Kaelyn.

I love each of you. Happy Thanksgiving.

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