Thanks for a pleasant Easter

I did some shopping in Kamloops last week and was sorely tempted with the displays of Easter candy in the stores.  Big chocolate eggs with gooey runny filling inside of them, chocolate bunnies and candy eggs.

Easter is a heck of a time to have diabetes.  Oh well, I did get myself a beautiful Easter lily.

Easter day was sunny and warm. The special supper served up in our dining room on Monday evening was delicious, and only made more so by having a couple of our relatives present.

Many, many thanks to Sue for the beautiful flowers, and to Art Knapps for a wonderful house plant, a stephanotis.  Its fragrance is permeating every room in my place and giving me a lot of pleasure.

Don’t forget the Mother’s Day Tea and Bazaar being held in the Senior’s Hall on May 7 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.

There were four tables of Whist on Monday night at the Senior’s Hall.  Winners were Ivy Johnson with a 217 score, and Ed Gartner with 213.  Other good scores were: Rob Rutten with 209, Maureen Coleman 201, and Bill Fleming and Donna Smith both with a 200 score.

The last night for Whist at the Hall until the fall will be May 16.