Saturday, October 27, 2018

Happy 50th Birthday, Aunt Karen Boggs

Hey Friends,

Happy Saturday, this is Odie reporting in today. Revival wrapped up last night in Midwest City, Oklahoma. We had a wonderful week with the precious people at Calvary Holiness Church. We love being with Pastor Kenny and Sis. Karen Searcy. They have been our dear friends for many years.

The BoggsMobile will carry us to Broken Arrow, Oklahoma today. We are expecting a fantastic week ahead with Pastor Leon Rich and the congregation at South Mission. Revival begins tomorrow and goes until Friday. This will be our first time to be in service with them at their new location and  I am looking forward to what God has planned for revival.

Happy Birthday Wishes

I want to spend my time today wishing a very special person a Happy Birthday! My Aunt Karen Boggs reaches the big milestone of 50 years old today. She is a precious, smart, fun lady and we are tremendously blessed to have her in our family. Karen is married to my Dad's brother Steve and is part of "The Original Family." (Inside Joke)

Happy Birthday, Aunt Karen, I hope you have a wonderful day! I wish we were together to celebrate with you. Maybe I can make it up to you soon.

Auntie, I love and appreciate you very much! We have been sidekicks for most of my life. I was 2 years and 8 months when you officially entered our family and I remember that day. I can not imagine you not being in my life. I am grateful that we are family! We have a lot of special memories over the years and I anticipate adding to that memory collection in the next 50 plus years.

Thank you for your friendship! You are an inspiration to me. Thank you for being one of my encouragers. You are awesome and I am blessed to have the privilege to call you my Auntie and friend. I appreciate you from the bottom of my heart for all that you have invested in me. Happy Birthday!

I would love for all of our readers to please join me in prayer for Aunt Karen and her family. This has been a rough week for them. They had to say farewell to her precious mother, Doris Peters. We lovingly called her Memaw. She will be greatly missed by her family and friends!

Thank you for stopping by to visit with me. I appreciate you reading my post. Until next week I am signing off.


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