“What is that dirt on your forehead?”
“Here, let me wipe off your forehead. There’s a smudge of some kind on it.”
One of those statements or similarities will be said numerous times next Wednesday, Feb. 6. At least our experience indicates such. Many people will have a cross marked with ashes on their forehead, and those kindly noticing won’t know why.
Sure are lots of folks with their hands out.
Funds are necessary to support activities, and it takes assistance so they survive and prosper. As incredible as the number needing resources and conducting drives to collect them is the amount so graciously and abundantly given in support. No question one ought to give. The Bible tells us so, and there is no greater feeling than helping another.
Wily coyotes have been on the prowl these winter days.
Stockmen have long given coyotes a bad name because the varmints will scavenge the chicken house, grab lambs, kid goats or kittens, and kill and consume a baby calf, if circumstances are right. On top of that, coyotes can spread diseases, including rabies.