I was out and about over the weekend, and I went to CRMC Grover Hermann Auxiliary Health and Children’s Craft Fair. It was not a very nice out—it rained all day. The stream of people were steadily coming and going to get their chicken BBQ. I enjoyed hanging out with the Cotton Candy Man, Jerry Yavarkovsky.
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I was out and about over the weekend, and I went to The Western in Callicoon to see Alissa Smith for its Mystic Fair medium reading. I was truly blessed; five people came through: my mom, her mother and my mom’s sister, my dad and of course Tommy. My grandma and aunt told me stuff from my childhood that no one could have known.
I was out and about over the weekend and I went to Peppino’s for dinner with my friend Olga.
Driving around town, you can see what a difference all the hard-working volunteers are making with the litter pluck; the town is looking good. Tom and Stella Bonanza stopped by the town hall to say hello on Saturday while they were out litter plucking.
Cochecton was busy on Saturday with the Lake Huntington Fire Co. spaghetti dinner and the Lake Huntington Presbyterian Church penny social. Thank you to all who came out to make these events possible. When an organization puts on an event, it’s a lot of work. I personally would like to thank everyone who worked so hard.
Is this crazy weather or what? Socks on, socks off, socks on because my feet are freezing. It would be very nice if the weather were more spring-like.
It’s Sunday night and I am watching “The long Island Medium,” and my brother Chris was on it. My brother is a drag queen on Fire Island. The medium was doing a fundraiser and Ariel Sinclare (Chris) was the host who introduced her. I say the best medium lives right here in Sullivan County, Alissa Smith, intuitive coach.
I hope everyone had a very happy Easter. I had a great time at my brother Teddy’s. Holly Schulman would like to thank everyone for their thoughts and prayers. Holly is coming along and cannot wait to get home and be back at work.
March 22, 2018 was three years since my husband Tommy has passed away. I asked him, "Tommy, give me a sign that you are with me." I got up the next morning and looked out my bathroom window and the snow melted in the shape of a heart around my weeping willow tree. That was a great sign for me.
I write this column with a heavy heart. Jo Kelly of Narrowsburg passed away last week. Jo was married to Jack for over 61 years, with six kids: Nancy, Marie, Rita, John, Cliff and Gene. Rasmussen Funeral Home in Narrowsburg was packed on Sunday with Jo’s kids, grand-kids and family members, but most of all with her friends.