Marc, the boys and I drove to Brent yesterday to see the house where we lived and the church my dad pastored.
We ate lunch at Twix and Tween - one of a kind barbecue joint. It is lip smacking good with it's own signature sauce - I couldn't resist and bought a bottle of it!
We also drove around town a little and looked at lots of things I remembered. We stopped by the nursing home to visit Sis. Virginia Vernon. We had such a good time visiting with her and her daughter, Rosalind. Cameron played his guitar and we sang for her, chatted awhile and had prayer together. Sis. Vernon has prayed for many years for Bible Methodist Missions and the pastors and people in Mexico. She knew us almost right away as "the people from Mexico" and called Logan by name, asking how he was doing. It was so good to see her again. We love you, Sis. Vernon!
In Stanton, we drove to the spot where the building stood in which I attended school from 3rd to 9th grades. It was so sad to see it gone.
We also visited the Ebenezer Cemetery where my great grandparents, Jesse B. and Effie Davis are buried. It was so special to show my boys their great great grandparents' graves. This would be the parents of my Granny, Ruby Mae Davis Agan.