As I write this article late Monday afternoon, I can’t help but be excited that there are only about 24 more hours left of the horrible, negative political advertisements. If we only voted for the politicians that do not run negative ads, I think Angus King would be the only person voted for.
Too bad that they couldn’t spend more time explaining what they would like to accomplish and a lot less about what their opponent has or has not done. I can see where so many people choose not to vote when you are hammered with these negative campaigns day and night for well over a month. Thank goodness it will all be over Tuesday night!
This Friday, the 9th of November, King Ro will be hosting the second Friday night dinner of the season. We will be serving lasagna and the ever-popular Zuppa Tuscano — a sausage, potato, spinach soup along with salad, homemade Italian bread, and Steph’s chocolate mousse pie and vanilla panna cotta with fresh strawberries. Dinner will be served from 5:30-8 p.m.
In just three weeks, on Dec. 2, the Little Brown Church will be having its yearly Christmas service at 7 p.m. The Rev. Bobby Ives and the Rev. Kim Hoare will be officiating, with music provided by Castlebay. The usual hymn sing will be accompanied by Richard Kinney on piano. There was not a service last Christmas due to the renovation of the sanctuary, but the doors will open this year to show off how beautifully it came out.
Quote of the week: “Advice is what we ask for when we already know the answer but wish we didn’t.”