I was watching Direct TV Cinema and the “Winnie the Pooh” trailer came on, featuring Winnie mumbling his famous “What to do, what to do?” He is so right. What do I do for Thanksgiving? What do I do for Christmas Eve, and what do I do for Christmas Day?
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How are you all doing, I just got over that horrible cold that comes with a sore throat and cough. Hope I am done for the year.
I finally did it. I joined the breakfast club at the Fosterdale Café for breakfast on Friday mornings. There were 10 of us. I had a ham and egg on a buttered roll—something so simple, but it was so yummy. There were waffles, blueberry pancakes, eggs, sausage and mouth-watering-looking bacon. We talked, we laughed and we had a great time.
The Cochecton Youth Commission held there Tricky Trunk on Saturday Oct. 20 at 2 p.m. at the Cochecton Town Hall lower parking lot. I would like to thank all of the families that were there with their trunks, and also the people who could not make it but gave us goodies to give out.
I would like to start off my column this week with a “congratulations!” to Peggy and Larry Richardson on their 50th wedding anniversary. I wish you many years of love and happiness. You are a very lucky couple to have each other for 50 years.
Hello, I had the best time at my nieces wedding, everything went perfect. I came home on Sunday and it took me till Wednesday to feel like I was not ran over by a car. You really use a lot of muscles when you dance, I love to shake my groove thing and it was nice dancing with my family.
I am writing my column on Wednesday night, heading down to Long Island for my niece’s wedding. My niece Mollie has me very involved, and she can be a little bossy. Besides making the favors and doing the unity table, I am walking my sister down the aisle and walking the mother-of-the-groom into the reception.
BETHEL, NY — The Raise the Roof barbeque fundraiser for the Roycroft family on September 22 was a great success. Dottie Roycroft was recently diagnosed with leukemia and her family, including young triplets, has consequently suffered heavy expenses and difficulties.
Last weekend I was out and about down at the four corners in Eldred helping out at the St. Baldrick’s event to help fight childhood cancer. Lou Monteleone works for months to put this event together; he and about 15 other people shaved their heads, because bald is beautiful.
I am so mad at E-ZPass: they have another license plate attached to my E-ZPass account, I closed out my tag and got another one with a new number. I got my statement today, and I’m still getting charged for someone else who uses it Monday through Friday. If you have E-ZPass you should check your statement and your credit charge statement.