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This is a short and disjointed blog post. But that is how today was.
- We joined many others for Louine Noble’s remembrance of life and resurrection. The service was at 2 pm in the LHISD Performing Arts Center. Donations in Louine’s memory may be directed to Cross Tracks Church or a charity of your choosing. Masks were. required, and we practiced social distancing in the auditorium.
- Four former pastors of Cross Tracks / Liberty Hill UMC were in attendance as well as the current pastor. All of them spoke of the profound impact that this woman had on them.
- Current and former educators also spoke of how they had been mentored and befriended by her. She was instrumental in supporting and or developing many community projects – most dealing with helping the under privileged area youth.
- Ella and I am glad to have know her for the last seven years or so. She was our friend.
And now for something completely different.
- I’m on Prime Video’s episode four of the first season of “Utopia”. For some reason I keep watching, though I don’t know why. It’s much like a Quentin Tarantino film. It is so bizarre. There are so many questions. So, I keep watching hoping for answers. Much like “Blind Spot”, the clues are in images, not tattoos but an unpublished wordless comic book. Strange. This is not a recommendation. I wish I had never started watching it. But now I guess I’m hooked.
.God bless and g‘day.
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