I just can’t believe the nice weather we’ve been having. The weekend was great. Sunday was warmer than Saturday, with 28 degrees early in the morning and warming up to 54 degrees in the afternoon, with lots of sunshine and not much wind. At 11 p.m. it was still above 40 degrees. I did hear there “may” be a coastal storm coming on the 10th of February. That’s close to Valentine’s Day when some folks say there is usually a storm at that time. We’ll have to wait and see, but maybe it will miss us again. Really can’t complain of the winter we’ve had so far. Many people are noticing that some of their trees and bushes are budding. Only hope they don’t get frozen and not bloom for the summer time to enjoy.
Irene Pequignot, Linden, visited her mother, Mrs. Irene Huray, on Sunday.
St. Vladimir’s Church has pierogies for sale. To order, call 928-1099.
Had a nice visit with Chris Cokos in Dushore one day last week. He’s alive and well and has his wits about him and still has his great sense of humor. Was nice to see him out and about. Said to let everyone know he’s doing well.
No snow to go sledding, skiing, or snowmobiling, so I see lots riders out and about on their quads, enjoying the nice weather.
Happy Birthday wishes to send out to Alex Aharonian, 11th; Lisa Kellogg Williams, 13th; and Tommy Van Dyke and Krystal Vermiere, both on the 14th. Hope you all have a nice day.
From Mr. Neubauer’s little brown book: January 31, 1983 – cloudy and 32 degrees. Not too bad, but I liked our day much better.
HINT: “Bananas are the magical fruit because they heal many common problems on the skin. By rubbing the peel on your skin, you can heal bruises and cuts, eliminate rashes, itching and warts. If you have a common skin problem, it can be cured by this fruit.” (See, bananas aren’t just for breakfast anymore.)
Well, I guess that’s the news for this time. Enjoy your week. Should be really nice to get out and take advantage of the good weather. Rain may be here for Wednesday and then a cold front might be coming through. Have news call me 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.