Hope you all have survived the big storm on Wednesday. I know it’s going to take some time to get rid of that much snow. We had anywhere from 12-24 inches, depending on where you live. Some places had a lot more than that. Thursday was 16 degrees, Friday 21 degrees and Saturday was down to MINUS 12. The sun did appear later, but didn’t help much to melt anything. The icicles were huge and long on the house. I think we will have a white Christmas for sure.
We heard quite a few flocks of geese during the week, after dark, so couldn’t see them, but did hear them on their way. They got smart and left.
Got all your shopping done? Tell the kids that Santa is checking his list to see who’s naughty and who’s nice.
Jody Brumwell, from the Dushore Post Office, wrote an excellent article on Face Book about the Post Office situation. They are doing the best they can during this pandemic and you just have to be patient. If you don’t get your package by Christmas, you’ll have something to look forward to in 2021. I know it’s important but that’s material things. The health of these hard working postal employees is much more important. I commend all the postal workers for the job they are doing and hope they stay safe and healthy.
St. Vladimir’s Church has pierogies for sale the first and third Sunday of the month. You can pick them up from the Church Hall from Noon to 1 p.m. Call 570-928-8909 to order yours.
Happy Birthday wishes to Kaeleigh McDonald and Lily Ann Bahr who both celebrate on the 23rd; and Ginny Stavisky, 31st. Have a nice day.
Happy Anniversary to Anthony and Bethany Sneidar as they celebrate five years on the 28th. Many more good years ahead.
Not much to report. With the rise in positive Covid cases, I think folks are just staying home. You can help by wearing a mask, practice social distancing and washing your hands often.
This is the last Sully for the year. Just want to wish everyone a Merry Christmas and a Happy, Healthy New Year. Sure hope 2021 will be a much better year for everyone. Thanks to John and Chris for allowing me to write my news each week and getting it in print.
Enjoy the rest of the year, whatever your plans. Nice to get out and take a walk and enjoy the brisk, cool air. Stay safe and healthy. Thanks for reading and I’ll be here for the first 2021 issue, the 6th of January. If you have news you’d like in the paper, call me at 570-928-9238; mail me; see me or e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please get it to me by 7 p.m. on Sunday evening as I have to send it over shortly after that.