The weather seems to be like a yo-yo. It was up and down all week, with warm, sunny days and then snow, ice and wind. The week is to be pretty nice, the last I heard. That suits me fine. Anyone around here see any robins yet?? I haven’t, but hoping Spring is closer to that corner.
There were some events taking place over the weekend that I hope many of you enjoyed. There was Winter Fest, with the Polar Bear Plunge and lots of other things going on there; Winter Wine and Chocolate Walk; and the Wild Game dinner, for those of you who like that. From pictures posted on Face Book, it seems like all were a success.
Congratulations to Kyler and Paige Burke; Aaron Kinsey; and Jacob Williams for making Distinguished Honor Roll for the second marking period.
Happy Birthday wishes to Armond Spinosa, 22nd; Jacob Williams, 23rd; Bob McGuire, Jr., 26th; and John Borick, 29th, even though there is no 29 this year. Hope you all have a great day.
The other day I saw one lonesome snowman that was getting pretty well melted. I guess Gaige built that at Burke’s when we had the heavy, wet snow. Just too warm to keep him around.
HINT: “Instead of buying special shampoo, wash your hair in apple juice to rid your scalp of pesky dandruff.” (Doesn’t seem like there would be any suds; have to try that. Not all the hints that I print work, but I don’t know until someone tells me. I did try a couple hints that did not work.)
Have you been watching the Olympics??? We’ve enjoyed a lot of it, especially the ice skating. Adam Rippon, from Clarks Summit, is doing quite well, along with many others. Some of those that fly high in the air and twist and turn are really fascinating and you wonder how they do it.
Hardly seems possible that the month of February is almost over. Just hope March will bring nice weather and get us ready for warmth and sunshine.
Guess that’s the news for this time. Enjoy your week; should be super, if those weathermen are right. Have news, give me a call at 570-928-9238; mail me; see me; or e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I’ll get it in for you. Thanks for reading and I’ll be here next time.