Here I am again and getting caught up on activities. Mother Nature certainly gave us a sample of things to come later! Not something to look forward to.
Birthday greetings to Elaine Johnston on October 29. No anniversaries.
Harvesting is over for most folks and it seemed to be a good year. So much to be grateful for.
Recently, the Borwick sisters had their annual time off for a fun time. This year they checked out their usual place in B.C. I’m sure they had a good time.
This past Wednesday, my daughter, Laurie Keichinger and Ken came for the day from Lamont. Lots of snow banks along the roads.
Thanksgiving weekend I had grandson Chad Keichinger and family from Weyburn and a friend of their’s too and they left Sunday to Camrose to visit Catherine’s family. I had Thanksgiving dinner with Bill and Betty Eremko and family.
Received word this week that my cousin, Gordon King, passed away. He had been in Three Hills Hospital for some time. A Celebration of Life is this Thursday, October 12, at the Community Center at 2:00 p.m. Some of you folk knew him I think. A private burial will be held at Sarcee Butte.
I had a phone call on October 3 at 5:00 p.m., supposedly from Revenue Canada (call display showed Inclusion Alta). They told me I owed late income tax and to pay now or be arrested. This obviously is a scam so don’t be fooled. Call came from 780-801-1670. Revenue Canada doesn’t phone. Thought folks should be aware.
Don’t forget to vote on October 16 or at the Advance Poll and there are lots of names to choose from. It is a privilege to vote and each one counts. Give it lots of thoughts as to where you’ll put your X.
This is perhaps the time to make sure your vehicles are tuned up for winter and maybe beat the sudden rush at the garages before there is another onslaught. I hope you all had a great Thanksgiving weekend.
Humour for the week: One child’s definition of a grandma is that they slow down taking us for a walk so they can look at pretty things like leaves and caterpillars.