Reprinted with permission by The Vermont Standard
Well, it’s Monday morning, with light snow falling, after a hyped up and eventful weekend. Viewing the Superbowl with friends provided a good meal and a back and forth game almost to the very end. Without the Patriots being in it, the intensity of my interest just was not there, however.
Punxsutawney Phil didn’t see his shadow and I would love to believe that winter will end after six weeks, but as a friend often says – his predictions do not count here in VT! None-the-less, the frequent snow flurries are keeping the snow sparkling & very pretty. Just be careful driving because the roads seem to have taken a beating this year. I don’t believe that Dublin Road has ever displayed the ice and ripple effect that dominates it this year….
Plans are coming along nicely for the Community Luncheon on 2/20. There will be two soups, salad and also dessert by Teresa Ennis, which is always a treat. We will have a Valentine theme despite that special day having passed, so come with thoughts about love (past or present) to share!
I truly enjoyed A Gentleman in Moscow by Amor Towles and as several friends have noted, I didn’t want it to end. The Book Club discussion will take place on Thursday, 2/13 at 6:30 at the Community Center.