DALKEITH

The Glengarry News - - The Opinion Page - MAG­GIE DEAN 613-874-9994 dean­til­[email protected] hawk. igs. net

Good morn­ing, Dalkeith. What a roller coaster of weather we are hav­ing. The horses were ac­tu­ally sweat­ing on the ride this morn­ing. Get­ting the per­fect shot for the Christ­mas card is re­ally chal­leng­ing with no sun to make things merry and bright. There is a mag­nif­i­cent pump­kin sit­ting in the squash patch in fear of a melt­down wait­ing to be im­mor­tal­ized in dig­i­tal photo. Cin­derella and I are go­ing to have our first les­son in two months next week. I hope we can start the can­ter les­son then. I just need the right com­mands to give her, so she doesn’t get of­fended and buck me off. Win­ter is the best time for iffy moves, as one is wear­ing ex­tra cloth­ing.

Cookie sale

The Dalkeith His­tor­i­cal So­ci­ety’s Cookie Sale is to­day (Nov. 28) from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Sco­tia­bank in Van­kleek Hill. Straight from the oven to you! Get

your Christ­mas cookie sup­ply now! Lo­cal honey for sale! DHS mem­ber­ships for 2019 are also avail­able. See you there!

Time to stuff the food drive boxes that are pop­ping up in the shops. Cash dona­tions work well and of­ten will trans­late into more bang for the buck in pur­chas­ing power. Be pa­tient as shop­pers crowd the aisles; deep breaths and count your bless­ings one by one. Open your heart and let the love flow in. From Breadal­bane with love, Mag­gie.

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