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Topic: Uncles/Aunts (04/17/08)
TITLE: Mom's Aunt Jo
By Mary McLeary
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Aunt Jo loved to fish. She had a little lake not far from the back of the house and a little fishing boat to take her out to the middle where the big catfish were. One spring day after a pleasant morning of fishing she was almost to shore when for some reason the boat tipped over and dumped her into the water. Soaking wet but unhurt, she went home. She never locked her house so she went into the new laundry room through the back door, stripped off her wet clothes and proceded to her bedroom. Because she never locked the house she found her nephew and his wife sitting in the living room waiting for her. Being a practical woman, she said, “Shut your eyes and your mouths. I’ll be right back.”
Isaiah 41:4 talks about how God has called forth the generations. God worked personally in Aunt Jo’s life. Though she had no children of her own, she touched the lives of many nieces and nephews who enriched the lives of their children with Aunt Jo’s antics. I love my crazy family!
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