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It’s the second week of nationwide coronavirus pandemic, I think. California and New York streets are empty, colleges and schools and businesses are closed. The hospitals are gearing up and the grocery stores shelves are empty. I heard someone say they’ve been preparing for this their whole lives.

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The Durham Quilting Bees had a designated day for working on veterans and baby quilts to be given away for worthy causes. There were three quilts in frames. Enjoying the day were Linda Shaw, Janet Malson, Janna Montgomery, Beth Milner, Pat Collins, Barbara Hawkins and Karen Harman.

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This week has flown by or blown by. The winds finally brought in a little moisture.
We voted on Super Tuesday, but I never seen any county results. Oklahoma did turn out for Trump with quadruple numbers more than voted for last incumbent president.

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The weather was sleet and snow on sew day on Tuesday and sunshine and seventies on Saturday. If you don’t like it just wait a few days I don’t mind any of it except the wind. When it’s windy I stay in and sew. I finished piecing my Milky Way quilt.

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We seem to be getting some March winds already. It rained some on Sunday evening. I am ready for spring.

Kandy and Dalton Stevens and Kailey and Brooklyn Bullock came Friday for the afternoon. We had such a great visit and Brooklyn kept us all busy. She wants to thank Lucille Porter for the cute little knitted hat. She loved it.

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Jim Wright from Tulsa and also Sam Wright from Reydon who braved the weather and came for the
service.

All the Harman family and Harry and Ava Lee’s family
thank those who called, texted, prayed and sent their sympathies.

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We had another little snowstorm on Tuesday but was mostly melted by Wednesday. By Thursday it was down to 10 degrees but has warmed up into the 50’s. The Durham Willing Workers had their February meeting on the 4th. Janna Montgomery was the hostess and treated the club members to an early Valentine’s Day dessert table. Everyone reported their pecan sales and there are still a few pounds here and there. It’s the last chance to get them so if you missed out please call the president Pat Collins. We finalized the plans for the annual Husband’s Valentine party.

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We got six inches of snow on Tuesday. I still can hardly believe it. It came with very little wind and it wasn’t so cold and miserable. It cleared off as sudden as it came.

We attended Jr. Leonard’s service on Wednesday at Reydon. There was a big crowd.

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The Firemen’s Dinner sponsored by the Durham Willing Workers Clubwomen was a great success again this year. The weather was a little chilly and foggy, but it didn’t keep the hardier ones from coming out and helping with the benefit.

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The weather was gorgeous on Tuesday almost 70 degrees but Thursday night there was a little bit of much needed moisture and Friday morning everything was covered in ice. It’s wintertime in Oklahoma.

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