Reprinted by permission of The Vermont Standard
It seemed like my plants were screaming “help, I’m drowning” after those torrential downpours the other night. I usually have little dishes under those I put out on the deck, but needless to say, they were full and overflowing. I guess the opposite problem will occur when the projected heatwave hits us. Oh well, if all our problems were so inconsequential!
Tom and I attending Our Town at the Weston Playhouse the other night. Christopher Lloyd has not lost his touch and the play was both entertaining and thought-provoking.
We had another lively discussion of Rules of Civility by Amor Towles at the Reading Group. The interesting mix of characters was quite intriguing. This time we are reading Behold the Dreamers by Imbolo Mbue. Thanks to Nancy Hagge who brought the book from the Killington Library to the Town Building, where it can be signed out. We will discuss it on 8/2 at the Community Center at 6:30 PM.
There are so many wonderful happenings in our area to celebrate the 4th of July – not all of them on that date either. Of course, there are many interesting things going on at the Notch. By the time the paper comes out, I hope that folks will have taken advantage of many of the activities available in our area!