Lynn Messer is an individual who has been missing since last July 8, 2014. Her husband Kerry awoke early that morning to find her absent from their bed. He looked through the house; then went outside looking around the farm buildings, and later over their land, and found no sign of her.
Early on they had law enforcement officials out investigating the situation, and they have no answers; to my knowledge anyway.
This is a farming family in Eastern Missouri, South of St. Louis. Kerry and Lynn have been long time family advocates within the State of Missouri.
I have been following this tragedy since it began. This is a great tragedy in this family, for their friends and for others too.
My prayer is that Lynn will be found. No one knows whether she is still alive or tragically killed; yet I am sure it would be a great relief, and closure for her to be found.
You may find out more about this by going to the Facebook page FIND LYNN MESSER
Lynn’s birthday will be Thursday June 4th. She will “turn 53 years 0f adventures”. Please pray for this family.
Madge and I attended a Birthday party for two of our grandsons. The party was at a park in Mount Vernon, MO. which is located behind the Mount Vernon Golf Course on highway 174 North and East of town.
I have been to the golf course a couple of times, knew where it was, and how to get there; but never knew there was a public park behind it. You even need to drive through the golf course parking lot to get to the park. Odd? I never saw that done before.
You can even play frisbe golf in the park.
Our grandsons Josiah and Eli had a great time. It was wonderful being there even with the heat. Josiah will turn 11 on August 1, and Eli turned 6 on June 30. I think it is a great use of resources to combine two birthdays together to celebrate their years of life.
I am glad that I had a part, even if it was just being present. I even got to push Eli in the swings. “Higher, Higher” he would say. After he would get so high he got nervous about it he would say, “Stop pushing now”, or just “Stop”. Funny.
It was great to get back home, though it was around 10 p.m. I took a shower and went to bed. The morning was wonderful. The day is too.
I guess you could say that it is that time of year for rains to come. Nothing, however, is for certain here in the Southwest Missouri Ozarks area. We have, however, been blessed by God with some nice, easy rainfall. Easy meaning there has not been a whole lot of runoff which would be filling creeks, and ponds; which we also need.
I finally got away from Flat Creek for a while yesterday. My wife and I went to the Queen City of the Ozarks – Springfield, Missouri for two of our grand children’s Birthday parties. Jonathan, our oldest grandson turned 14; and Caitlyn is about 9, I think. Of my grandkids ages I am not real certain with some of them. I mean when you have been blessed with 12 of them… you know what I mean.
Anyway, it is good to get the rain. We were driving down Interstate 44 yesterday as it was coming down pretty good there. I am thankful for the rain. There is more on the way.
It has been over 100 degrees at my house for the past three or four days. One day, Wednesday I think it was 109, and miserable. Now though according to forecast maybe the heat is starting to go South for a while. I like the heat of Summer, but the body and the earth can only endure so much of it you know.
Yesterday I did almost nothing. We had Men’s Breakfast at church, and only four of us were there. We had great fellowship and enjoyed the time and good food. In the late afternoon we attended a surprise Birthday party for a niece (Sarah Kay), and celebrated her 30 years of living in this world. She and her husband David have become a lovely Christian couple and have a wonderful family of 5 children. My sister Judy invited us all to come, and we were served hamburgers cooked on the grill, along with hot dogs, and even had turkey burgers; though I did not even try any of that.
We had a great time. It was a little warm outside. James told us that when they arrived there the temp was about 98 degrees. I am glad we had plenty of shade to be under.
I really hope and pray that all the heat will not be gone. Without it we would all die in short order.
From the banks of Flat Creek, I am praying that all who read this blog will be right with the Lord and attend worship services in your local church today.
Last Saturday evening we had a birthday party for two of my grand sons. The youngest Eli was born of June 30, and the older one was born August 01, so their mom decided to combine the two in July and have one big party at the families Swimming hole and picnic area on Flat Creek.
While we were there a couple floating in a canoe had a small dog swimming with them as they came through the hole of water. Guess what? The little dog got out of the water, came up and started playing with the kids. The couple in the canoe went on. We still have the little dog.
The Little Girl looks like a Corgi . Little Girl is what I have been calling her. I know not too many people will read this, but if you know someone who has lost a little golden colored Corgi looking dog, we would appreciate you coming to get her.
She is friendly, and strong minded; for such a little one. She is probably an indoor pet, but we don’t allow dogs in our house; or any kind of pet. We are providing her a place out of the sun, water and food; and petting her occasionally.
Our dog seems to be a bit jealous of her.
I guess if no one wants her or claims her we will take care of her.
That’s from the banks of Flat Creek.
In our back yard. We have a large front and back yard. Flat creek is just through the trees of our back yard, and last night we had a birthday party for our 13 year old grand daughter. She had several of her friends down and camped out. We built a big bonfire and ate roasted wieners and such.
Understand my wife and I did not camp out. We slept in our comfortable bed and rested. Rachelle’s mother and father were here too, but slept on the hide-a-bed in the living room; and several other family members were here too. It was a grand evening.
It made a great place for an evening under the stars, around a fire, and my the wonderful stories that young ones can use to frighten city girls from Springfield, MO.