All day Sunday the thermometer did not get above freezing. Winter will soon be following. The grass is still green. A good friend raked my front lawn and trimmed the brush and hauled it all away, so I look well tended. It is difficult for me to rake and shovel. I contracted for a snow shoveler and also for Frank to plow, as he has for the past 25 years.
After three weeks the Birthday lilies are beginning to shed their petals. They have lasted for a long time.
At the West Paris Universalist Church the Rev. Richard Beal's sermon topic is "A Pleasure of Customs," for it is the first Sunday of Advent. Jim Burke is the organist. All are welcome to the coffee hour following.
Beverly and Vince Stevens entertained at an early Thanksgiving dinner on Sunday. Those attending were Bruce Thayer, Muriel Bunker and son Chris, Roger and Beverly Thayer, and Ann and Fred Goulding.
I have not seen any birds so must get seed to attract them. Then Muffin can have something to get excited about while sitting in her bow window.