My column didn't get printed last week, so this is part of that and more.
I hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving. I know we did. The turkey came out great and so did the pies and cranberry sauce that Deena made. We also had a green salad and potatoes and a sweet potato pie. We had a lot to be thankful for -- great friends, great food, a great new house. We have no complaints. Thank you to all who helped us during the past year.
As many of you know by now. I am back to work, at least one day a week, for now. It was great to see old friends and new ones and to get back into the groove of things. Look for me, probably on Saturdays for now
This being December, we can plan on snow cancellations and sloppy roads. I’m planning on holing in for duration. I already gave up on Sunday because the roads were squirrelly. Not for me when I didn’t have to go anywhere. Today I shall venture out again. And today I did have to, but I lucked out, I only had to drive in the storm a short while. It only snowed from about 11:30 to 12:30 or 1. Then it was great. Elsewhere it didn’t snow at all. And of course, up in Bangor and Down East, they got plastered.
Last night, I went to our annual Chanukah Celebration. It is fun for a person from each family to be able to light a menorah and celebrate the Festival of Lights which is Chanukah. This year Chanukah was early. It lasted until Wednesday, the 8th. Happy Chanukah to all!
Thursday, the 9th, ACA will meet at 10 a.m. at Waterford Library. We are working on Step 4, still. Come and join us. FMI call 739-9115.
Great to see people again at work. Hopefully this week we won’t have more snow squalls and the wind will behave. Last week it was vicious, again. I just bought new snow pants to keep dry and keep the wind from blowing through me.That is all for this week. Stay warm and stay safe on these roads. And thanks to Denny or whomever did such a good job sanding Hunt’s Corner Road.
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