What a beautiful scene outside on Saturday morning — four to five inches of snow clinging to everything. The bright yellow flowers and shrubs were all frosted in white.
Beverly and Vince Stevens returned from Florida and could enjoy a small bit of Maine weather. They had been away for two months.
Joe and Peg Perham visited their sons and his wife, David and Inga, in Eugene, Ore. They enjoyed hiking and bicycling near the Willamite River. They toured the upper Oregon coast.
Garage sales have started in my area. Others will soon follow. I should have a sale myself and not go out buying, for I don’t need more “stuff.”
Each morning as I go out for the morning paper I had been wandering where all the birds had gone. My new hearing aids found them. How pleasant. It is now spring!
On April 25 at 9 a.m. at the West Paris Universalist Church, the Rev. Richard Beal will speak on “Celebrating Earth Day.” Jim Burke is organist. A coffee social hour follows. All are welcome.
Beryl Bonney joined her cousins in Portland to see “Stars on Ice.” This was a Christmas present to her from them. Those attending were Dorene Merril, Dona Melville and Elizabeth Stevens.
Muffin likes the rocking footstool and pushes against the chair nearby. She is the smartest cat I have ever had! She fetches milk jug tabs for as long as I will throw them for her.