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Inell Harvey: Wintertime is definitely here

Inell Harvey
Heeney Hearsay

Jack Frost visits every night and tints the windows with his white brush as the earth sleeps beneath the new snow. Wintertime is definitely here and the days are moving forward slower. Dear Mother Nature is keeping the good earth warm with her vast expanse of white.

The moon will be in its first quarter on Jan. 15. There was a new moon on Jan. 8.

Many ice fishermen were reporting good catches on Green Mountain Reservoir for the past two weeks.

It was not mentioned in this before, but if anyone is keeping a record, the Green Mountain Reservoir was officially frozen over on Saturday, Dec. 15, this winter.

Locals are still talking about the great New Year’s Eve party they enjoyed at the Green Moutain Inn.

“Thanksgiving and Christmas are the days when millions of Americans finally do something about their weight. Increase it.” Robert Orber

Hard work is the yeast that raises the dough.

Keats Scott was cross country skiing on the ice of Green Mountain Reservoir Sunday and reports it was very smooth, instead of the occasional ridges that occur in some years.

A small group last week attended the Saturday night card party that was held in the late Dick and Maggie Phillips home on Green Mountain Avenue in Heeney. Present were Jack Taylor, his wife Ann Marie, Don and Keats Scott and Jim Menilli. Jim’s wife, Charolette, a lawyer, was spending the weekend working in Denver.

Bruce and Ronnie James and Chris Overholt, neighbors on each side of Inell’s residence, have been very good to keep Inell’s front drive and sidewalks, as well as her car, cleaned of snow after each of these snowfalls in Kremmling recently.

Inell appreciates this very much, as she says it would be almost impossible for her to shovel snow.

Be bold and courageous. When you look back on your life, you’ll regret the things you didn’t do more then the things you did.

Live your life so that your epitaph could read, “No regrets.”

Happy 28th wedding anniversary to Toney and Shirley Renken on Jan. 12, and a happy one is wished also to Ted and Jana Wall on Jan. 16.

Don’t burn bridges. You’ll be surprised how many times you have to cross the same bridge.

Harold Steensma said it didn’t hurt ” much ” when he had a cyst removed from the side of his head, above his ear, in the Kremmling clinic. Fortunately, it was not malignant.

Don Mertes isn’t driving his new car out in this snowy weather, but he’s having all sorts of car trouble with his older car. Toby Drieling has been a “Good Mechanic” friend to help with repairs.

When someone says, “Life is hard,” ask them, “Compared to what?”

An old timer is anyone who learned to ride a bicycle before it became a fitness machine.

Happy birthdays are wished this week to Lilly Ann Henderhan, Blake Weimer, Carol Wilson, Rich Rosene, Melissa C.E. Santiago, Daniel Johnston, Manuela Jacobi, Kathy Yost, Erica Michael Weimer, Sally Shaw, Cody Mumma, Rhea Ann Stone, Paula Noonan, Mike Shearer, Mark Gross, Josh Pulliam and to Kassandra Stubbs.

“Anyone who keeps the ability to see beauty never grows old.” Franz Kafka.

Worry is interest paid on trouble before it comes due.

On Wednesday, Grand County Council on Aging coordinator Sharon Schoenberger and Eunice Marte of Granby, Helen Keesey of Fraser and Inell Harvey of Kremmling attended the all-day board meeting of the RAC (Regional Advisory Council) on Aging in Frisco.

“When the going gets tough, we gotta be tougher.” Barbara Johnson

Katrina Gelinas and 10-year-old daughter, Kirsten, with friend Alvaro Medrano from Denver, visited in Katrina’s grandmother’s (Inell Harvey) home Saturday. They enjoyed dinner in a Kremmling restaurant.

Saydee, Inell’s little dog, lost her brown fur jacket, which was a Christmas gift. Inell was putting her two dogs in the car, the phone rang, and when she returned a minute later, Saydee had no jacket on. She had managed to rub it off and Inell couldn’t find it. Snow fell that night. So, perhaps when the spring thaw comes it can be found. (It may be rotten by then.)

Laugh a lot. A good sense of humor cures almost all of life’s ills.

When talking to the press, remember, they always have the last word.

Just to see how it feels, for the next 24 hours, refrain from criticizing anybody or anything.

Please call news to (970) 724-3605 or e-mail inell@mailstation.com.


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