Spring begins this year, not with gentle sun streaming through the trees, but with a major snowstorm that is scheduled to leave us buried in snow. It would make me laugh if I , like so many, weren’t ready for Spring warmth to actually begin. I am ready for flowers to bloom through the snow, but they won’t be able to if we have 10 or more inches fall this week. What will be will be. We shall see. It hasn’t started to snow yet, so they could still be wrong. Friend Annie took me to Kennebunk this week to see Dr. Mulcahy. He put me back on doxy, but said I can only stay on it until it gets warm and the sun gets really hot. If I still have Lyme-ies by then, I will have to switch drugs. I am ready to be off the drugs altogether, but I waited too long for treatment and now it just takes longer to heal.
Thursday, March 21, ACOA will meet at 10 a.m. at the Waterford Library if it is not still snowing. Please call 739-9115 to find out.
Thursday, from 1-4, SeniorsPlus will meet at the Norway Town Office. This is free. To make an appointment call 1-800-427 -1241.
Thursday, at 6 p.m., at Wilkins House in Waterford, there is a community potluck. Make your favorite dish and bring it to share. FMI 583-6677.
Saturday, March 23, Maine Adaptive Sports will have a Ski-a-Thon at Sunday River Ski Resort. FMI please call 824-3000.
Sunday, March 24 from 7:30-11 a.m., Bethel Rotary will have a Country Breakfast at Ordway Hall at Gould Academy. Tickets at $7 in advance and $8 at the door. Children are $3.
Monday, March 25, is the first night of Passover. Happy Passover.
That is all for this week. Be careful in the snow and enjoy what you can of the first days of Spring.