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Here we are over half way through January. A good feeling to have the days a bit longer.
As the old saying goes time flies and so far this month it’s doing just that.
Here I am once more trying to get my news back in line, my old machine is toast.
On Wednesday evening we were treated to such a delightful evening entertainments with the highland dancers.
Just been listening to the news on t.v. some good and some not so good.
As I was unable to attend the Remembrance Day celebration I was given a report of this very special day from a good friend.
To start out my news with good news and really good news.
I am a bit short of time this week so my news maybe a bit shorter than usual.
I guess I had better get busy as another week is starting. The older I get the faster they come or it seems that way.
Thanksgiving Day, a day when we can be grateful for the good things we have when we see and hear what’s going on in the rest of the world.
One thing I do know and that’s fall is upon us. It’s my favorite time of the seasons.
What lovely weather we have had so far this fall. Cold nights and nice warm days.
Here we are starting out with such a nice bright and clear morning.
The Terry Fox run for cancer was last Sunday and as per usual it was a day to be remembered.
The Lakes District Fall Fair and Music Festival is behind us but what a fair and festival it turned out to be.
Here we go starting another week and it’s feeling a bit like fall is sneaking up on us a little too soon for me
A wonderful birthday supper was held for me on Saturday night at the home of Rick and Marie Hunter on August 23 with family and fiends.
Before we know it school will be back into full swing.
On Sunday last the Tweedsmuir House folks had the Grassy Plains church gospel singers drop in for a hymn sing.
It’s good news to have my old type writing machine working again. It’s like me, it’s hard to get parts anymore.