Hello friends, my what a difference a week can make in the weather. Last week it felt like early spring; this week feels like mid-winter.
Get yourself a cup of coffee and pull up a chair and read the paper and catch up on the news.
I would like to pay a little tribute to Don Wallis. He was so nice to my Mom. For all of you who don't know her, she was called Gradma Wilma. Don wrote an article about her and put it in the newspaper. Grandma Wilma wrote the Tapps Ridge news for many years.
Hello friends, hope you are doing well this week. Things out here on the Pike are looking more like spring than late winter; the daffodils are up about three inches and several tree buds are swelling already.
The Don Wallis, Jr., article was nice and interesting in last week's paper. We send sympathy to Mary and Jane and all the family.
The Cincinnati Reds Caravan at the Hoosier Theater Saturday night was grand as usual. It was a full house. Kids and grown-ups alike enjoyed the autographs and question-answer time.
Hello friends, here it is already the last of January; my how time does fly when you are having fun. This is the last column of January and by the time you are reading this, it will be February.
Hello friends; woke up to sunshine this morning (Tuesday) and felt blessed - not that I expect it to last long but I will take what I can get. Sunshine in winter is as wonderful as shade in summer and I appreciate both.
The American Cancer Society Relay for Life 2012 had its kick off meeting Thursday night. A few teams showed up and the Switzerland County cheerleaders welcomed everyone with cheers.
Robin Bovard, Raschel Springer, Ben Bovard, Kelsey Bovard, Dusty Carfield and Elijah Van Norstran all called on Bob and Betty Griswold on Sunday.