SUNDAY, MARCH 1ST
5:00 to 7:30 pm
Sunshine Fire Station #2
$7.00 per Adult
$4.00 per Child
$20 maximum per family
Proceeds go to the Sunshine Fire Protection District
Please bring your own bottle of wine and maybe one to share
Spaghetti - Salad - Garlic Bread
Soft Drinks Provided
Gift Basket Door Prizes!!!!!!!
Milo and I took our evening walk to the school house and lowered the American flag. I folded the flag and put it away. I sure wish he would learn to hold one end for me. The air was calm and it was snowing. I took his leash off so he could run freely for a while. With him off and away I noticed that it was quiet, really quiet. The clouds, fog and snow muffled any sounds. The only thing I could hear was the snow crunching under my feet. It's been a day of reflection. I was thinking of my other dogs. Sandy, Skipper, Bruce and Malcom. I stayed out all night looking for Skipper when he left. They are all gone now. I suspect they are playing with each other in Mom and Dad's back yard. Mom is reading a book and Dad is reading a newspaper. Days like today I feel them looking down on me, protecting me, giving me strength. It's a good day to remember the ones that gave me unconditional love. It's time now to give love to Milo.