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Subject: Re: Angels Unawares Date: 9/9/2007 5:24 PM
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Prof, it continued through Sunday and my church service. We had Roundup Sunday, designed to bring people back to church. We all wore boots and jeans (which is what I wear anyway, most of the time) and had a glorious covered dish lunch with brisket, chicken, sausage and every covered dish you can imagine.

A very nice lady named Billie and her husband took me to church (Yay! I didn't have to ride STS) and a very nice guy named Cliff brought me home in a 1962 Chevy Impala with no air conditioning, but that was OK.

Plus I found out there is a singles group for 50+ called Merry Makers that meets on Sunday afternoons and then goes to Denny's afterwards. I already have a ride for that.

People can be so nice, can't they?

Cathy "Cat"
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