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It looks like we're in for a little February thaw with temperatures in the 40s most of the week.
We had lovely weather for Super Bowl Sunday; it was nice to be able to go outside without being too bundled up.
February has arrived and what do you know: it's cold and a little quiet here in Aquinnah.
February starts next week.
We were so confident, so sure the game would be so easy.
I ran into June Manning at the library last week and we were both at a loss for any news happening in our small town.
I think I say this every year, but, "Thank God the holidays are over.
Well, well, well the Sunday after Christmas was perhaps not the best day for traveling in the Northeast.
My son was sick all weekend and I missed Berta and Vern's Christmas party on Saturday and Mitzi Pratt's open house on Sunday.
This is terrific in my opinion: I live on a road where if the brush is allowed to run wild you cannot see cars in the oncoming lane unless you pull out really far, so it's lovely to be able to see from a safe distance.
I hope everyone had a happy Thanksgiving and that all who traveled got to their destinations safely and quickly.
Happy Thanksgiving everyone.
The weather this past weekend was so lovely, I actually had the doors open in my house, it got so warm.
Well, that was exhausting.
I thought this time of year was supposed to be quieter; I went to three birthday parties in the span of a day and a half over the weekend.
I heard that Cranberry Day was wonderful and that this season there are a ton of cranberries.
Even though the season is officially over, there are still plenty of upcoming activities.
So sorry, readers, but I gave out some wrong information about Cranberry Day, October 12.
Fall is really kicking in now.
Is it really the last week in September? Wasn't I just complaining about August? Driving down Old County Road I saw one tree whose leaves had changed.