The weather has certainly been changing. One day it is 50, the next it is 40, then 60. Fall in Maine – you’ve got to love it! Here we didn’t exactly get a snowstorm, but we did see a few flakes. It was just enough to remind us that winter is coming.
For those who have asked, I did finally get a diagnosis from the doctor, and I do indeed have Lyme disease. I also have several of the co-infections. Not great news, but at least I know and can begin to be treated. That part is good. It also means I shouldn’t be in the sun too much. So if I am hiding in the shade, you will know why.
Thursday, Nov. 15, ACOA will meet at 10 a.m. at the Waterford Library. It is a discussion group and we will go over the 12 steps. New members are welcome. FMI please call 739-9115.
Thursday, the 15th at 6 p.m. at the Wilkins House in Waterford Flats, there will be a community potluck. Bring a dish with your favorite food to share and enjoy the company of friends and neighbors. Hosts for the evening will be the Waits and the Engdahls.
Sunday, Nov. 18, Fare Share Coop will hold their annual Owners Meeting at the Fare Share Commons. It will begin at 4:30 p.m. There will be food at the meeting and the Market will be open starting at 3 p.m. for shopping before the meeting.
Monday, Nov. 19, the Knit and Chat group will meet from 2 to 4 at the Waterford Library. All levels of knitters are welcome. FMI please call 583-2050.
Next Thursday is, so I hope all will have a pleasant holiday. It is my favorite holiday because it has always been a time to get together with family – either of origin or others.
On that note I will end for the week. Have a great week and stay warm and dry.