As many of you may know, the Roycroft Family recently has been through some tough times. Dottie was diagnosed with leukemia and had a bone marrow transplant in March. She is not able to work for at least a year. Dottie and her husband Bill are raising a set of triplets.
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I would like to start my column with saying “thank you” to all my readers.
Hello how is everyone doing? I hope you enjoyed the great weather over the weekend. The umbrella is going to get a good work out this week; stay dry. My grammar school friends from Queens, Patty and Billy, live in Narrowsburg and their daughter and three grand-kids were up for the weekend.
I am sure you all know by now that my buddy, my friend, my priest, Fr. William L. Scully, OFM, Fr. Bill passed away on Sunday, July 15, 2018, 55 years to the day after he joined the seminary. My heart is broken. When I lost my parents and husband, I always had Fr. Bill. He was my go-to man.
Hope you all are well and enjoying this nice weather; as for me, I try to stay in AC. When I go out I get coughing fits and itchy, watery eyes and itchy ears. Yes, I do take allergy pills: two in the morning and two at night. Pollen and I just do not agree.
Summertime is so busy, with lots to do. On Thursday I was in Pete’s Market and I ran into Jill Padua, who cooks at the Forestburgh Playhouse. Jill told me about the play that was showing, “Million Dollar Quartet.” I called Pastor Phyllis, and we made a night out of it.
Hello all, hope you are all well and enjoying this beautiful weather. A belated Happy Father’s day to all the fathers out there. I did not tell you, when I was in CRMC, my brother Teddy was in the Wayne Memorial Hospital ER with the same symptoms.
Did you miss me? Did you even notice my column didn’t go up online last week?
I hope everyone had a very nice Memorial Day Weekend. The weather could have been a little better.
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.