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Browsing Archive: May, 2020

A New Kind of Different

Posted by Kenny Lee on Monday, May 25, 2020,

Spring of 2020 is our very first Phillips County. It has been different in a lot of ways. For some time, I was unsure if the rain was going to stop, and after some substantial rainfalls, there was no place for the rain to go except every low part of our backyard. For a time, I considered starting my catfish farm. It has been exciting to watch the flurry of activity by the Agricultural community.

Today I had the epiphany that we have all had an atypical spring. From mid-March until now, we ha...

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Take Heart

Posted by Kenny Lee on Tuesday, May 19, 2020,

This afternoon I went to Walmart, and along with some assorted items, I bought some galvanized hardware cloth. We’ve been getting by with some hastily engineered stopgap measures to keep my puppies in the fence. I’ve been telling myself that I was going to do this for some time and finally found the material I needed to make the repair. It took all of 30 minutes to complete the work. There is nothing like assessing a problem, planning the repair and executing the plan.

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Priority One

Posted by Kenny Lee on Tuesday, May 12, 2020,

Priority One

May 4 was the beginning of Phase One Reopening for the state of Arkansas. As of May 11, restaurants are allowed to open their doors to patrons at 30% of the rated capacity. Yesterday, since it was Mother's Day, Penny requested vegetable fried rice, her favorite entrée from August Moon. At our house, mom is the Queen on Mother's Day.

The kids wanted no part of a trip to Helena and opted for fried chicken from the Double Quick. I donned a cloth mask and went inside and left Penn...

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Wait and See

Posted by Kenny Lee on Tuesday, May 5, 2020,

The weather has finally cooperated enough for farmers to get into the fields and begin to get the crop into the ground. That means that many folks in Marvell are busily scurrying around, providing all of the logistic support farmers need during this busy time. I have also noticed a sense of relief in the community that the vital work of growing food and providing cotton for the world’s textile mills is ramping up. The waiting is over, and it’s go time for the agricultural community.

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Pastor Kenny Lee

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