Valentine’s Day comes and goes as do the many gifts and cards we receive. Fifty one years ago I received a great Valentines gift with the birth of my daughters, Lisa
and Leslie. Not many of us receive gifts that last a lifetime. So my wish for you on this Valentines Day is that you allow those special little some ones find a place in your heart that will last a lifetime. Happy Valentines Day and Happy Birthday to Leslie and Lisa!
This past week Dave and I bid a final farewell to our friend, Arnet Burnside. We will surely miss him as I know his many friends will…our sympathy to his family on his passing.
I want to remind you that Lent will soon be here and this is always a good time for us to renew faith in ourselves and others. Give some thought as to what you might do for yourself and for others. This is always a good time to enjoy those meatless meals and with a little planning, you can prepare some great meals for you and your family. You can always rely on the egg. Keep them boiled in the refrigerator for a quick sandwich or as a compliment to your salad.
I want you to keep me posted if anyone of you get the anise seed. I know it will not be ready for this Easter bread season, but maybe next year. Just a reminder that garden time will soon be here and yes, we will be able to have a garden at our new home.
Keep in touch with me and until next week “Now You Have Heard It Through The Grapevine.”