Greg got us biscuits from Hardee's today. I think that overall they have the best of the best biscuits ever made. As I recall, Hardee's started the breakfast biscuits. We got started eating them when we lived in Richmond, VA for about 4 years.
Melvine enjoys the cooking shows. The Pioneer Woman is one of the best. Even I enjoy watching the Pioneer Woman talking and cooking at the same time. Today, she traveled in her vehicle to deliver food to her neighbors. I know it was good. One of the visits was to her pastor's home. She told how much she loved him and hoped he would live in their community for ever. Wow! What a lovely statement.
Melvine cut me a piece of cake that her first cousin, Mary Anne Shropshire Weeks, brought us when they arrived, and gave me some scoops of vanilla ice cream to top it off. It was sure good.
Melvine spent quality time talking with Greg and finding out what his goals are for the summer months and next year.
Greg has enlisted me in the conversation and plans. I want to sell my 2010 Lincoln Continental Town Car, and purchase a CRV, either a Ford or a Honda. I understand that one of the CRV Ford models gets 38 miles per gallon. My barber has purchased one for him and his wife, and they love it. It may be what we would like and enjoy.
We are believing that Melvine will be well soon and be in health again and be able to travel this summer.
For supper, we went to our favorite Mexican Restaurant in Athens in Homewood Hills near our church in Athens. I witnessed to a couple as I was getting out of the car on the rider's side. Greg drove us in Melvine's car. I shared the Billy Graham benediction or blessing and told them that God loves them. I invited them to come to our concert. The man helped me with the two doors going into the restaurant. I think I made a friend or friends. Most of all, I want them to know Jesus as their Savior and Lord. That's my mission and the driving force of my life--evangelism, the heartbeat of Jesus.
In the meantime, we want to go to Sunday school and morning worship tomorrow. Jeanette Phillips is currently teaching our class about heaven. She is an excellent teacher and has read extensively and has put together some wonderful stories about that place we all want to go to when we die.
Our Sunday school begins at 10, and our morning worship begins at 11 a. m.