by Joyce Lamb
The warm, sunny days led us back to colder times. The plants had been on the sun porch, but the predictions were for cold, frosty nights so they have been moved from the house to sun porch each day. They are all looking well and growing fast. All were cut off last fall and wintered over in the basement.
At the West Paris Universalist Church on May 16 the Worship Committee will conduct the service at 9 a.m. Jim Burke is organist. A coffee hour follows.
On May 21 a community potluck supper will be held at the church at 6 p.m. All are welcome.
On May 22 there will be the annual rhubarb pie sale at the church at 9 a.m. until noon. There will also be a white elephant and rummage sale.
Kelly McLaughlin Hartley graduated with honors from the Central Maine Community Collage as an RN. Her husband, Cameron and three children, Nicolas, Western, and Sophia, attended to cheer for her. Many family members also attended and I, as a proud grandmother was there.
It was a nice Mother’s Day for me for the “children” called to talk. A bouquet arrived Saturday of beautiful, fragrant lilies.
Peggy Lamb and her husband, Mike Seaton, were up from Augusta and brought lunch and a hang-ing basket of deep red geraniums. They will have to go out on the porch with the other plants.
Ronald Lamb is visiting with his mother, Cynthia Lamb, at North Pond and readying the camp for the summer.
Muffin spent most of the day on Sunday shut in the bedroom, for the dog, Mazie, also visited on Mother’s Day.