Thinking ahead to Mother’s Day!
“Her children rise up and call her blessed….”
Adrian Phillips visited a cardiologist yesterday and has set up an appointment for an angiogram next Tuesday at Baton Rouge General Hospital. Lauree described their recent life as a “roller coaster”. Many of you can relate. Please pray for Adrian, Lauree, and their family.
Mr. “Cete” Dillon is home again. Pray he continues to improve.
Susie Sharkey will be going to Our Lady of the Lake Monday for a left knee replacement and later rehab in Hammond. Pray for her as she faces this needed surgery.
Lynne Blades Vidrine
June 09, 1944 – May 07, 2019
Vada Lynne Vidrine nee’ Blades died on May 7, 2019 in Covington, Louisiana. Born June 9, 1944, in Clinton, Louisiana, to the late Joe and Vada Pearl Allen Blades. A graduate of Kentwood High School, Lynne attended the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. She is survived by her husband, Paul Norris Vidrine; daughters, Karma Crawford of Portland, Maine and Kelly Crawford Chauvin (Paul) of Maggie Valley, North Carolina; a brother, Warren Allen Blades (Connie) of Covington; grandsons, Justin Crawford (Candice) and Taylor Sharkey of Baton Rouge, and Simon O’Connor of Portland, Maine; great grandchildren, Parker and Ella Crawford. She is also survived by her former husband Bill Crawford of Baton Rouge. In addition to her parents, Lynne was preceded in death by her paternal grand parents, Joe and Viola Blades, Sr. and her beloved maternal grandparents, Elmus and Ruby Newsom Allen with whom she lived until she was six. Relatives and friends are invited to services at Day’s United Methodist Church, 23689 Hwy 43, Liverpool Saturday morning. Visitation will be from 10:00am until funeral services at noon. Interment will follow at Day’s Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to Day’s Cemetery, c/o Mina C. Travis, 21345 Highway 441, Kentwood, LA. McKneely Funeral Home, Kentwood, in charge of arrangements. For an online guestbook, visit http://www.mckneelys.com.
Yesterday’s weather was a “humdinger”! Pray for McComb residents and others who sustained damage. Thank God for keeping people safe despite all the downed trees, electrical lines, damaged homes, businesses, etc. Thank God for the safety he provided despite the physical damage. Our God is mighty!
Read and Write the Bible Today – Matthew 6:6
Our weather pattern seems to include more wet days. I pray for safety for those at home and those who have to leave their homes for jobs. education, appointments, etc. I also pray for adults to be able to handle the weather in a way that teaches children how to safely respond to such situation.