Another week of beautiful weather. Temperatures have been mild with a few frosty nights. The plants have been removed from the sun porch and will continue to bloom for a short time in the den. The amaryllis leaves have been cut off and the bulbs put to bed in preparation for blooming in time for Christmas. They are not watered and are in the dark for five weeks. The geraniums are cut off and put in the cellar until spring.
On Sunday Nov. 7, at the Universalist Church the Rev. Richard Beal will speak on "Diwali, an Indian festival of lights celebrating the triumph of good over evil. Church is at 9 a.m. Jim Burke is the organist. All are welcome.
The Christmas show case will be held at the Agnes Gray Gym on Nov. 13. The W.P.Universalist Church will sell crafts.
Preparations are being made for the annual Chicken Pie supper at the W.P.U.U. Church to be held on Nov. 18. Tickets will be on sale at 4:30 and serving starts at 5:30. The price will be the same as last year $3 for those under 12 and $8 for those 12 and over. The usual delicious menu will be served. Hope to see you all there.
At the Bryant Pond Whitman Memorial Library on Nov. 4 there will be a program on home care and hospice by Laurie Winsor. for this is Hospice month. It is at 2 p.m. There in no admission charge. Light refreshments will be available. All are welcome.
Muffin is a good companion and has been looking after me this past week. I can now walk straight and do feel better.