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Hi folks,

It’s so good to see that some things are beginning to go back to normal. We are happy to know that some businesses have been able to return back to work. I hope and pray that all will be well in the very near future.

It will be so good to see the barbershops and hair salons return to work. I can tell you for a fact, I need a haircut. I have not had one for a long time. If they don’t reopen soon, I will have to give myself one, and I don’t really care how it looks.

This past Sunday we had the worship service at Quinn but outside, and we had to keep our distance or remain in the car. At least we did come together and worship our God.

I am told that the number of cases for the virus has been high in Franklin County. Maybe we have reached our peak and hopefully will go down soon.

So many of our friends and neighbors are in the nursing home, and they cannot be visited by their loved ones. So many of them do not have the sharp minds they once had, but I hope they know we have not neglected them. One of the few places that I plan to visit is the nursing home when we are allowed to do so.

I hope folks will support any local business when they need merchandise. The “close shop” has really made an impact on so many businesses. I would like to thank all the folks that purchased from us this past week when we were allowed to reopen. We saw so many of our old friends and a lot of new ones as well. Your business is always appreciated. We will never forget you.

Let’s all keep the faith. No doubt the universe is unfolding as it should. God help us to really understand. Looking forward to the good days that are ahead.

Till next time,

Your friend,

Bobby

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