Inell Harvey: Christmas is … doing a little something extra for someone
December 26, 2007
Merry Christmas to everyone.
It’s Christmas time and we’re living in a winter wonderland. Make sure that Christ stays in Christmas. The magic of Christmas is many things besides happiness and joy.
December, with it’s stormy weather, is undermining autumn. Rowdy stormy December has chased away gray November. Shadows form strange designs when sunbeams try to peek through snow-laden branches. Then comes the wind and it’s a changed winter wonderland.
There will be a full moon on Sunday, Dec. 23.
At this writing, Green Mountain Reservoir remains unfrozen.
When you stop believing in Santa Clause, you get underwear for Christmas.
Welcome home to Don and Keats Scott who flew to Paris, France and spent a week sight-seeing there. They report it was one of the highlights of their lives. A good time, with no trouble or mishaps, was reported. They report misty rainy weather every day, however, the sun did shine a wee bit each morning. Keats reported they took a bus tour every day in order to see the main atractions in Paris. They report that, at the end of the week, they were ready to come home. However, there was enough left to be seen to make them want to make a return trip sometime.
Sympathies and prayers are with the family and friends of Jean Knorr whose memorial service was held Monday. It was only a little over a month ago that her husband, Karl, passed away.
“America is a land where, in the middle of winter, women buy spring clothes for summer romances with fall guys.” Henny Youngman
Men have three basic hair styles: Parted, unparted and departed.
The annual community Christmas party, which ws held in the Heeney Community Center, was a gala affair atended by about 50 people. Guests brought their favorite finger food and drinks. It was reported that people really outdid themselves bringing their favorite recipe dishes, and there was more food than possibly could have been devoured in one evening. (Area residents wonder how they ever got along before this great firehouse and community center was built last year.)
Diane Philips of Boulder visited in Heeney last weekend and was able to attend the Christmas party Saturday.
Longfellow said, “The life of a man consists not in seeing visions and in dreaming dreams, but in active charity and in willing service.”
“Always repay kindness with even more kindness.” Welsh Proverb
Janet Schayer entertained Keats Scott and Renita Lucas in her home Monday evening.
There will be a Christmas party to be held at noon today (Thursday) in the Silver Spruce dining room in Kremmling. Bring a gift if you wish to join in the gift exchange. There will also be drawings with gifts for everyone present. Shelly Cecil will cook the Christmas dinner.
Sue Shields and her mother-in-law of Parshall, visited in Inell Harvey’s home Monday afternoon and brought Inell the good fruitcake that Sue bakes for her each year.
There will be no potluck luncheon meeting Friday, Dec. 21, in the Kremmling fairgrounds extension hall at noon.
To create a lovely light scent in any room when the light is turned on, spray a bit of perfume on the light bulb.
A smile is a wrinkle that shouldn’t be removed.
Time may be a great healer … but it’s a lousy beautician.
Happy wedding anniversaries to Larry and Jan Gross on Dec. 21, to Bill and Sheila Jones on Dec. 26, and to former-Kremmling resident, Police Chief Bob Bodemann and wife, Jerri, also on Dec. 26.
Happy late birthday to Inell’s brother-in-law, Ed Wommer, on Dec. 20.
Mark Miller was much appreciated when he helped Don Scott clean the Heeney Community Center the day after the big community Christmas party was held there.
Colonel Sanders was smart. He said, “Make sure you don’t end up the richest man in the cemetary. You can’t do business from there.”
“The bad thing about inflation is that it didn’t hit years ago when prices were lower.” Tal D. Bonham
Guests in Inell Harvey’s home in Kremmling Friday were her granddaughter, Sierra Pyle, husband, Brandon, and children, Jaziah and Rorak from Florida. They were enroute to the Denver airport to board a plane for home. Six-year-old Jaziah was sporting a cast on one leg from toes to thigh. She suffered a bad break while skiing in Steamboat Springs. They spent the past week with Sierra’s mother and husband, Janifer and Jeff Peterka, in Steamboat.
“Americans seem to believe that we have the right to life, love, and the purchase of happiness.” Rick Atchley
The best way to forget all your troubles is to wear tight shoes.
Kremmling’s Cliffview Assisted Living Center will host its annual Christmas party Saturday, Dec. 22, from noon until ??? If you wish, bring a covered dish to share. Santa will be there to hand out gifts from under the tree.
Christmas is … doing a little something extra for someone.
Love is what’s in the room with you at Christmas if you stop opening presents and listen.
Happy birthdays this week to Jim Yust, Fred Wall, Samatha Henderhan, Gavin Parrott, Cameron Parrott, Heather Whaley, Jason Bock, Emily Pedersen, Holly Cecil, Heather Ohri Chamberlain, Casey Weimer, Meghan Cameron, Lesliue Jones, Don Scott, former Kremmling resident Heather Matney, Fletcher Flanigan, Christina Banman and to Julie McLimore.
A diet is something you keep putting off while you keep putting on.
“Blessed is the season which engages the whole world in a conspiracy of love.” Wright Mabie
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