Archive for December, 2013

My Mystery

Wednesday, December 25th, 2013

Here is what I find so amazing. I am going to write about it in the forth coming year.  I am 50, perhaps 60% blind , I am somewhat cripple, I can’t remember well, AND I have roots of a tumor so deeply buried in my brain area that surgery is impossible YET this was the best Christmas ever! I can never remember being happier! It is almost impossible to depress me. It is so hard to understand! Is it because my God walked with me and held my hand during the surgery one year ago or was the chemistry in my brain changed so much that my world is totally different!–My mystery!—olRoff

Lincoln High School Choir

Wednesday, December 18th, 2013
One of the most touching moments in my life today came as we were out doing some Christmas shopping. We happened on this group of young people being led by s choir Director. The Christmas music was so beautiful that tears came to my eyes as I listened. I then told the Director why I was crying. The group gathered in a circle around me and sung to me. I have never felt so much love as came from the Lincoln High School Choir. I shall never forget! Thank you wonderful young Americans and the great Choir Director!

Entries for Christmas newsletter prizes are closing

Friday, December 13th, 2013

I am getting ready to close the contest–all entries have been forwarded to Richard Wehe, Attorney for his decision, based on everything this great attorney feels and knows. He will take age into consideration. I worked with and for this great lawyer for many years. He is one of the fairest men I have ever known!–If you want to enter, better do it within the next few hours–send your entry to graves@gravescountry.com. You will find the question in my newsletter.