With all the hoopla lately about calling Christmas trees – holiday trees, I was curious about just how the custom of Christmas trees began.
Last week Ruth Ann and I, along with several other Lions Club members volunteered at the Bethel Tate High School to help with the H1N1 Flu shots for the high school students. While there we were talking to a feller and he said his daughter had cat food in a bucket on the porch, and when she looked in the bucket, there was a cat and a possum both in there eating the cat food. What a strange sight!
Across America this week families are gathering to give thanks for the love they share and for the freedoms we enjoy in America. For most this time together includes a Thanksgiving feast of turkey with all the trimmings.
Last week Ruth Ann and I went up to A.& M. Orchard to get some apples. Ruth Ann likes the Stayman Winesap for making pies and cooking. When we got there we were glad to see Cindy there. This young lady has had a rough time health wise. She is in a wheel chair and it was so good to see her. Of course Alice and Ralph too.
As all good parents do from time to time, we recently gave a piece of furniture to one of our kids. This time it was the loveseat from my man cave. I really didn
Sixteen Senior Service Levies were on the ballot in Ohio on Nov. 3, and all 16 passed with the overwhelming support of local voters. This would be an extraordinary accomplishment during the best of times, and it is doubly so during these difficult economic times.
I was talking to a feller last week and he told me how they have a doggie seat in their car for their little dog. Now, after thinking about this, it makes sense because if a dog was jumping around in the vehicle, it could cause a wreck. Folks would not want their dog or cat to be hurt, so it makes sense to have a doggie seat.
Well here I go again. We lost a good man, but our loss is God
Growing up in the snail mail and low tech world of the 50s and 60s it has been difficult and quite a stretch for me to adjust.