Hope you all had a wonderful week-end. It was a busy one for me. We had our annual senior citizen lunch on Saturday and this was the first year I hosted it at my house. I set up three tables to accommodate 24 people and each table had a different theme. Brian and I created a salad of mixed greens, grapes, fresh strawberries, dried cranberries, fresh blueberries, walnuts and topped it with an Asian dressing served with hot sourdough rolls. It was a huge hit. Then, Brian made his famous casserole filled with rice, chicken, brocoli, bread crumbs, cheese, and more. I cooked some green beans mixed with bacon bits, onion, garlic and seasoning and carrots drenched in butter and sugar. For dessert there was a choice of apple pie, chocolate fudge cake, or my sister's renowned strawberry cake. Iced tea, hot tea, and coffee washed it all down. Bryce, Sara, my sister Paula and my assistant Karry helped serve. Everyone seemed to enjoy the afternoon and left full. We had a few seniors that were unable to attend so Bryce and Sara made deliveries to them. Our next senior event will be an evening of dessert and coffee served to them by our youth. The weekend was topped by the ministry of Sam and Lil White. During the Sunday AM service, he preached about "Keep On Keepin' On." It was full of energy and a great sermon. During the evening service, he played two songs on his harmonica then gave a message about the benefits of living an overcoming life. With all the air it takes to play the harmonica, you would never guess he is 85. Guess you could say we had a wonderful senior weekend.