The rains finally subsided for a few days and we saw the sun. It was a welcome change; I think we all felt like we were going to grow gills. Now we can bloom awhile like all our plants. Tasha was happy, her hips hurt less on sunny days. We have her on a new regimen of one baby aspirin in the a.m. and I give her baby Benedryl at night. She sleeps better and walks a little more easily.
We are still yardsaling a few items in our yard. The lawn mowers go best now that it stopped raining. But people are interesting. They want new for little or nothing and if they break it, they want their money back. Go figure! Friend Danny has more patience than I do. It was fun to watch people at the Coop yard sale. Some wanted to put one over on you even though they were getting a real bargain to begin with. One had to laugh!
Thursday, June 14, is Flag Day. It’s nice to see that the flags are already out on the roads.
Thursday, June 14, ACA meets at the Waterford Library at 10 a.m. It is a discussion group. FMI please call 739-9115.
Saturday, June 16, there is a dance at Waterford Fairgrounds 8 p.m. to 12 a.m. Admission is $10. Music is by Monsta.
Monday, the 18th, the Knitting Group will meet at Waterford Library from 2 to 4 p.m. All levels of knitters are welcome.
Monday, the 18th, Driver Safety Class 9 a,m, to 1 p.m. sponsored by Bridgton Hospital and Bridgton Community Center for 50-plus drivers. Drivers 55 and up are eligible for discounts on auto insurance for three years after the course.
That will be all for this week. Enjoy the sun and the rain. It promises to be a mixed week.