April 13, 2022
Weather has been up and down again for the last week. Here it is very early Monday morning and only 24 degrees and a frost. I can see the sun trying to appear. We had some nice days, some colder days, some rainy days and Sunday we had a snow squall. Didn’t last long, but enough to cover the roof and the grass; then it was gone. The weather is to be much better, I hope.
If Mother Nature cooperates and we get some nice weather, it will be time to think about getting the gardens and flowers ready to be planted. Right now it’s muddy and the ground is so “squishy”. We need a few days of nice sun and warmth to help things along.
Civic meeting on Wednesday, 20 April, 6 p.m. at the Township Building.
Brian McGuire and Nina Weslowski spent the weekend in Allentown with her parents, Gerry and Paula, and helped her Mom celebrate her birthday.
Keep an eye on the Sully for activities that you might be interested in. With nicer weather (I hope) on the way, things will start to take place.
Happy Birthday wishes to Kristin (Anderson) Iwancio, 15th; Pat Burd and Carole (Fedorchak) Underwood, 17th; Roseanne Lukachik, 18th; and Holly Ann Sperry, 20th. Have a nice day.
Hope everyone is well. I hear there is a new virus coming or is here in some states; Pennsylvania being one of them. I guess certain areas and places have the mask mandate back. Stay safe; stay well. Flu is still going around. I guess we gotta do what we gotta do, to take care of these viruses.
Did you know you can use Vicks Vapor Rub for squeaky hinges? Try it and see what happens. Has many other neat uses also.
WD 40 can be used to spray the bird feeder poles to keep squirrels away. But….sure won’t keep the bear away. Lawn mowing season soon coming up, so use WD 40 to spray the underside of the mower to keep the grass from clogging.
Hope you all have a Blessed Easter on Sunday with family and friends. Take time to think of those who cannot be with us during the Easter season. Give thanks to those veterans and service men and women who can’t be with their families as they are keeping us safe.
That’s it for now. Enjoy your week. Hopefully the weather will take a turn for the best weather yet. Have news, give me a call at 570-928-9238, before 6 p.m. on Sunday evening; mail me; see me as I’m walking around town; or e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I will put it in for you. Thanks and I’ll be here next time.