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Hello dear friends.

A man came by our house today and offered to redo the black top on our driveway. He just charged $325. It sure does look better.

Mrs. Annette is at home and doing very well. It was good to see her in Sunday school and church this past Sunday. We enjoy going to Munford Senior Citizens Center every day of the week.

We enjoy the meals that they serve and it only costs $1. If you are a senior citizen, come join us for lunch. You do have to make a reservation. We go early and walk five or six laps around the gym. It sure is a good safe place to walk.

Ladybugs

They are all over our home. We sweep up a pile every day or so. I decided to look up ladybugs in the book.

A ladybug is a small beetle with round body shaped like half a pea. It is often bright red or yellow, with black, red or yellow spots. Ladybugs feed chiefly on plant life and scale insects. For this reason, fruit growers find ladybugs helpful. During the early 1900s, plant life almost destroyed the fruit crop of California, and ladybugs were brought in to destroy the plant lice and save the crop. There are two kinds of ladybugs that harm beans melons, squashes and other garden plants, but the work of the beneficial kinds far out weighs the damage done by the few harmful ones.

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