As I write this the snow is coming down heavy. This snow is good for the ground. We should have a good harvest this year. Last week Ruth Ann was making some pies, peach, blackberry and cherry and I asked if she could maybe make me a chocolate and she did.
I met my first true love when I was 16. I remember well her name was Sue, and by alphabetical assignment we sat beside each other in Louie Canossa
I’m no stranger to driving in the snow, I’ve done it now for 43 winters. For most of those winters I just got in my car and drove, not really thinking about the hazards that awaited me at every curve in the road.
Last week we got busy and put new washers on the bathtub and the sink in the bathroom. In the bath tub, when the water was turned off after a shower, it would drip, so we got the can of WD 40 and after the valves were taken out and new washers put on, we sprayed the threads good.
After a long and successful career as an engineer, Ralph
The other morning while feeding the dog, (Lady), there was a flight of geese going over, they were in a beautiful V-formation. I can remember as a kid, hearing geese flying over after dark and hearing their honking noise, wishing I could see them, it seems back then they flew at night.
Ruth Ann and I attended the Lions Club Zone meeting at Northeastern Lions Club on Jan. 11 at the Jackson Township Hall. It was a good meeting and there was a good attendance. The information the District Governor and other officers gave was very good.
Thomas Jefferson, serving as Secretary of State in the Washington Administration, was responsible for conducting the first U.S. census in 1790. This count of the young Nation
It was a dark and stormy night. I always wanted to start a column with those words but could never really get them to fit my topics. I think they’ll work with this column.