I need to apologize to all my readers as I had not realized that my column was not published on the 23rd of September. This brings to mind what actress Ethel Barrymore said, "You grow up the day you have the first good laugh at yourself." Though I did this already many years ago, guess I still need to grow up some more. I am laughing now. So here is what should have been there:
By the time you read this Fall has officially begun. The foliage is starting to look pretty, hinting at the real beauty to come. Let's hope for a nice Indian Summer.
Last Saturday, I took my youngest grandson to the HarvestFest. We had fun seeing folks I hadn't seen in a long time.
I am always especially happy to hear "I read your column all the time." It makes it all worthwhile and thank you all.
On Saturday, Aug. 28, Kathy and Paul Herbert had a lovely wedding reception for their daughter Tonya and her husband John Lewis at the Locke Mills Legion Hall with about 125 people in attendance. They were married July 5 at Screw Auger Falls. Belated best wishes from the neighborhood for a long and happy life together Tonya and John.
Alder River Grange will meet Oct. 8 at the Grange Hall. There will be a 6:30 p.m. potluck supper before the meeting at 7:30.
So as not to keep you waiting any longer, here is the new Trivia question. When was The Middle Intervale Meeting House Society founded?
This weeks' news is that our amazing runner Cherri Crockett finished the Dempsey 10K-run, which was also her first 10K, in less time than her goal of 61 minutes. You go,Cherri!
Aline Dupont visits her Dad every Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday at the Ledgeview Nursing Home.
Last Saturday, after many previous attempts, a squirrel managed to make it inside my house while I was at work. Sadly some heirlooms, which cannot be replaced, were broken. Thanks for all the help and advice from all my friends and neighbors. Hopefully it is under control now.
I also need to thank a reader for making me aware about the mishap with the column and keeping me on my toes to pay better attention in the future. I sure am grateful for the interaction. Thus always feel free to call 824-3220, e-mail email@example.com or like some do just stop on in and tell me in person.
I will do my best to do better and have a great week.