March is here and the weather is changing daily. Snow gives way to gray gives way to flurries to snow and then more gray and wind. We may get sun by the end of the week or not. I am ready for sun. I think people’s moods will improve then, too. For now, I guess we should be glad it is not really cold. For me, I am inside most of the time, still, so it doesn’t really matter. I hope to be out and about by Saturday. This inside stuff is too boring.
Thursday, March 7, ACOA will meet at 10 a.m. at the Waterford Library. It is a discussion group so feel free to come. FMI please call 739-9115.
Saturday, March 9, Dave is headed to the Middle School to the Father-Daughter Dance for granddaughter Shanna. They are looking forward to it.
Last Sunday, March 3, was Sadie’s 16th birthday. Happy Birthday Sadie.
Sunday, March 10, Mountain Poets will meet from 4-6 p.m. at Fare Share Commons. All poets and poetry lovers are encouraged to come. We will be planning Too Cold For the Porch for this April. FMI please call 739-9115 or 743-9808.
Monday, the 11th, Knit and Chat will meet at the Waterford Library from 2-4 p.m.
Also on Monday, AARP will meet in South Paris at the First Congo Church on Main Street. FMI please call Ruth at 744-9069. There will be a luncheon served.
Next Thursday, March 14, Carol Lilliequest Welsh will speak at the Whitman Memorial Library in Bryant Pond on her book on adoption, “360 Square.” That begins at 2 p.m.
Reserve March 29 for Chocolate Tasting at the Norway Library. Watch for more next week.
Time to go back and lie down, again. Hoping to be back to normal by Thursday or before. Have a great week.