I do hope that all of you managed to enjoy this great weather over the long weekend. Personally I no longer say "Happy Columbus Day" rather would like to say "Happy Indigenous Day," I will not elaborate on this, yet think a quote from Abe Lincoln suits this very well, "Better to remain silent and be thought a fool than to speak out and remove all doubt."
Thus either way there were quite a few things going on over this Holiday weekend. Aline Dupont took her dad for dinner at the Crossroad Restaurant and he really enjoyed it.
Arlene had company over the extended weekend from her sister, Charmain, and her friends, Carol and Dolly. Sounds to me like it must have been quite the nice girls time together!
Jarrod Crockett and his wife Page had her mom and sister visiting. Jarrod was also there to welcome Troy Yocum - the soldier and Iraq veteran doing a 7,000-mile trek across the country - when he was in Maine. Jarrod has also been busy putting together more signs and postcards for his campaign with about 15 people helping. Am willing to help and think many more in the neighborhood will be. Either way, let's just get him back in there!
Betty Ann Coolidge-Svach was here for the weekend with her husband Shane, to attend his class reunion. Thus Eva and John Coolidge were more than happy to have their kids, Hallie and Derick, while the young folks were having fun.
I can also say that I had the pleasure of having all my kids and grandkids, plus my daughter's friend Dena here for a nice dinner and fun time together.
I again want to thank all again for their help with my squirrel problem; we will get it under control.
In the meantime I am looking forward to all the answers to the last Trivia question. "Who you gonna call" - nope not the Ghost Busters, instead me with anything you want to share or suggest, phone 824-3220 or e-mail email@example.com.
Keep enjoying this great weather and season.