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We’re in Redlands and life is very busy here. On the 13th of December we had the privilege of providing the chancel flowers in memory of our boys. That evening we attended the Worldwide Candle Lighting program sponsored by The Compassionate Friends. Marilyn presented each new (1st year since loved one died) family with a rose. In that little group of about 65 people more than 1/3 of them qualified as new. We hope you were able to reach out to a hurting family through the Holiday season. Even though Nate died more than 26 years ago, Jimmy 45 years ago, and Ethan 44 years ago, we always appreciate others remembering them.

We spent many days meeting doctor’s appointments. We would definitely agree that getting old is not for sissies! We heard the doctor recommend that Marilyn have foot surgery in March; we also heard the doctor say that Glen’s PSA had gone up a ‘smidge,’ so we are in a watching and waiting mode for Glen, and we both heard that we need to watch our diets to lower our cholesterol and blood pressure. Oh my!

We left for our daughter’s on December 17 and arrived on the 18th. We had the privilege of watching her appear in the chorus of Annie. We are always so proud of her, and we loved seeing the rest of the family. We also had an early Christmas with her family while we were there.
From the right bottom of the picture below, our daughter is one row up, 4th to the left, starting from the right.

We discovered that our daughter is not only an accomplished actress, but she has developed a wonderful talent in art. Below are some of her recent projects.

The second Sunday we were in Redlands, Glen appeared as Marley in the church youth group’s presentation of A Christmas Carol. His moans were so scary that all of the little children started to cry.

Instead of a sunset picture, I am including a very familiar sight here in Redlands, snow covered mountains and orange trees. The sunsets will abound when we are in Morro Bay. It is hard to imagine that people are experiencing cold weather in this country when it was 72 here today.

Thank you for your continued prayers for our safety and good health in this New Year.

“For the eyes of the Lord thy God are always upon it, from the beginning of the year even unto the end of the year” (Deuteronomy 11:11-12).

In Him,

Glen and Marilyn Heavilin


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