Hope you all enjoyed the cold, frosty, windy week we had last week. We had a little bit of everything; we did have a couple of nice, sunny days, but it sure doesn’t seem like the end of April. It’s more like January and February. We need to do a Happy Dance and have Mother Nature give us some nice, nice weather. I heard we are in for some thunderstorms and some higher temperatures. Hopefully not snow and cold. Seems the wind is always with us; never seems to stop blowing.
HAPPY EASTER to all of the Orthodox faith who will be celebrating this weekend, the 2nd of May. Hope you have a Blessed time with family and friends.
Stupid virus is still with us, so do your thing……wear your mask, practice the six feet distance and wash your hands often. If you don’t feel well, stay home. When we think we’re getting somewhere, boom…..more cases come up. Support the local businesses when possible.
Our Sunday early evening entertainment was watching a porcupine way up in the tree behind our house having dinner, I guess. Looked like he was eating the buds and small branches near him. When the wind blew and the branch swayed, he swayed along with it. Pretty neat to watch the big guy and he finally climbed down. Didn’t know they come down backward and use their tail to help them get down the tree.
Doesn’t seem like folks are having much luck yet with the gardens and flower beds. Just too much frost in the early morning to have things out right now.
Happy Birthday to Mickey (Fedorchak) Mowery, 26th; David Spinosa, 28th; and Abby Matychak, 30th. Hope you all have a sunny day.
Hopefully with the nicer weather coming, if it ever does, we’ll see more folks at their homes and cabins. I think many are kinda staying home right now with all this pandemic going on. Sure wish it would leave us very soon and we can get back to doing what we’ve been doing.
Well, that’s about it. Enjoy your week. It has to get better……I hope. Have news call me at 570-928-9238; mail me; see me; or e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I will put it in for you. Remember, I need it by 6 p.m. on Sunday evening. Thanks for reading and I’ll be here next time.