Wow what a beautiful morning. It was 51 degrees this morning in my part of Brashear. Simply beautiful.
Brashear is proud to announce we now have a Barber Shop in town. It is located on the Spur 67 on your east out of town and on the right hand side of the road. Stop by and check it out.
We want to thank the county workers for mowing the ditches. It makes the roads look so nice.
Tom’s fall garden is growing. We have blooms on our squash plants and I think some turnip greens popping up too, voluntarily. We are still getting okra. If interested, let me know.
Can someone help out with the name of the flowers that are popping up right now? I have always just called them spider lilies but would like to know their official name. They are red and have no leaves. Thanks for helping out.
I want all of our prayer warriors to be on the lookout for those in need of prayer in our small piece of the world. I would love to know their name and their needs. I want to make sure everyone is covered in prayer in their everyday life. Just call me or email me at 903.612.8806; or [email protected]. Please pray for those in Roseburg, Oregon where the mass shooting was yesterday.
We saw some geese flying over on Tuesday night so I feel fall is really here. This is something I look forward to every year. Isn’t amazing what a plan our God has that he sends the birds where they need to go before it is too cold. The dove are back in full force isn’t it funny they know Dove season is over.
On days like today, it is beautiful in our neck of the woods. We can hear cars and trucks on the FM 3389 to our east and cars and trucks on the road to Miller Grove (can’t remember the farm to marked road number), and the train and interstate noise to the north is loud and clear.
How are your pecan trees doing? We have noticed a lot of the trees in town are loaded with pecans. If anyone needs them to be picked, let us know. The crows are starting to circle our one large tree. We hope to get some of the pecans before the crows and our squirrel.
Of course, I want to ask you to pray for rain. Can you believe how dry it is after all of the rain we had in the spring? The leaves are curling and dropping from the trees very fast.
In closing, I just want to thank Sulphur Springs News Telegram and KSST for sharing my news with everyone. For me to have some news, please remember to call me at 903.612.8806; email me at [email protected]; or drop by to visit us at CR 1119 the house with all of the outbuildings. I look forward to hearing from you.