Another beautiful day! May we remember these days next winter when the snow falls?
This was another busy week. A baby shower was held in the Leicester Community Hall for Natalie Aucoin (nee Gilroy) on Saturday morning. She received many nice gifts for which she thanked her many friends. There were over 50 ladies in attendance.
Walter Diamond, Antigonish, spent several days visiting John and Vivian Warwick this week. He was enroute to USA to attend his daughter's wedding.
Altie Adshade is improving. He was allowed to go to the cottage for the weekend. One day his brother Wilfred brought him in to visit Elvie Lowther and a drive before returning to the hospital. He hopes to be released from the hospital soon.
Dorothy Bowser, accompanied by her sister Gerry Smith to Shubenacadie to visit their sister, Eleanor Archibald, a patient in the hospital following a fall resulting in a broken hip. She will be returning to Halifax for a check up this week. Get well wished to all sick and shut ins.
Margaret Casey has been released from hospital and is now at her apartment in Oxford with VON homecare.
Richard and Diane Wood, Riverview, NB, visited with her mother Elda Lowther on Monday. They had spent the day with Barb Doncaster, Oxford and had blueberries for me. They sure tasted good.
Elda Lowther accompanied John and Vivian Warwick to Truro on Sunday afternoon to spend some time with his mother Ruth Warwick and son Dickson.
Several friends and family members attended a surprise birthday celebration for Beverly Gloade at her home in Brookdale on Saturday evening.
Bea DeRoche Brookdale was a supper guest with Ruby and Douglas Kirkpatrick on Sunday evening.
Arden Kirkpatrick, and Joanne Gaudette returned from a vacation in Alberta. They visited with Calvin and Maria Kirkpatrick at a lake in Alberta and also several around there.
Lorraine Boyles visited with Douglas and Ruby Kirkpatrick on Saturday.
David and Nancy Haner, Truro, were dinner guests on Saturday with her parents Debert and Lillian Carter.
Visitors with Sheldon and Isabel Moore were Mr. and Mrs. Chriss Batsadage (nee Tina Moore) son Sheldon, North Caroline USA, also several family members visited too.
Something to think about: Life isn't tied with a bow
But it is still a gift.