Another crazy March week. We get a hint of the warm days to come, then BOOM the wind blows in the cold. The sun is so bright though, that we can turn our heat down during the day to conserve on fuel. I have been able to hang my laundry on the line again, the first day I waded through the snow to do it, but now it’s clear. The Red Winged blackbirds have been visiting my feeder, the geese are starting to frolic in the lakes. My crocus by the garage have finally bloomed, the Great Awakening has started.

Last Friday night, we had another very successful Dinner Church at the Lexington UMC. We had about 43 women, men, children of all ages sharing in abundant food and then we listened to the story of St. Patrick. I had a woman come up to me at our WAJPL meeting asking if she, a Catholic, could come and sing with us. As we age, we want to hear more of the old hymns that we remember from family gatherings of our youth. Remember, this is an Ecumenical gathering. Come join us on April 28.

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