Senior Spotlight for Feb. 27, 2012: Hold on to your hats, umbrellas, etc. |

Senior Spotlight for Feb. 27, 2012: Hold on to your hats, umbrellas, etc.

Hold on to your hats, umbrellas, etc. March is just around the corner.

March winds are getting an early start. That means it’s time to fly kites.

My brother, Charlie, and I would make our own kites from the Denver Post cut out in different shapes. There would be sticks crossed together, rags for a tail and a ball of string to tie it all together.

We had to find the right kind of sticks. Most of the time we found broken kites and used what we could off of them.

I was a good tree climber. Actually, I didn’t realize the danger of climbing out on a limb. Come to think of it, I still don’t at times but in different ways.

I have happy birthday wishes for Shirley Powell and Stella Chapman.

Get well/speedy recovery/prayer requests for Dee Jacobs, Fran Lux, Helen Ratz, Brian Hoza, Virginia Miller and Della Baldwin.

The McDonald’s senior breakfast is scheduled for Wednesday, which is also Leap Day.

Sunset Meadows I, 633 Ledford St., is hosting a potluck at noon Friday. Bingo follows. For more information, call me at 824-2139.

Menus are available if you would like to come join us for lunch during the rest of the week, Monday through Thursday.

News is always welcome. Thank you for calling. I like hearing from people on just about anything.

Mary Jo Brown

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