Tuesday afternoon visitors with Elda Lowther were Diane Wood, Riverview N.B., Helen Estabrooks, Brookdale, Erma Estabrooks, Amherst. The girls had a wonderful visit.
On Wednesday, Gwyn Lowther, Amherst, visited with Vivian Warwick and Elda Lowther, bringing several hats she had knitted to show us. She gave one to Elda.
John Warwick celebrated another birthday on Wednesday when his son Deiter and family, Oxford, came to supper, bringing a beautiful birthday cake.
Victor Lowther, and daughters Merecedes and Yasmine, visited with his grandmother, Elda Lowther, on Saturday.
This week will be busy at the Jackson's as Lorna Funk, Calgary, Alta., is expected home today to help her mother, Olive Jackson, celebrate her birthday. Others celebrating birthdays this month are Mary Baird, Little River, and Margaret Casey, who remains in isolation at Camp Hill Hospital.
Andy Carter had another successful sale on Sunday at his auction center.
The snow on Sunday was a surprise but Vivian and John Warwick visited with his mother, Ruth Warwick, in Truro in the afternoon. She is slowly regaining strength following a stroke several days ago.
Helen Estabrooks, Brookdale, and Erma Estabrooks, Amherst, visited with Elda Lowther on Sunday and they enjoyed several games of Scrabble.
The Little River Baptist Church had a special collection on Sunday for the earthquake victims in Haiti. Snowy roads and cold weather prevented several from attending but the treasurer of the church, Carol Matheson, will add their collection to the total amount.
Thought: True love is like a tree, the older it grows, and the deeper it takes roots.