Free Press / Marie Smith
(L-R) Martha and Ella Smith, snowy day project: cleaning the restaurant kitchen last Sunday. Big surprise, brand new rubber gloves in pink.
As of Tuesday, November 7, 2017
LOWELL / SYRINGA Woke up Monday morning to see the first snow of the season. White roofs, first tire tracks were the school bus at 7 a.m. sharp.
Got out on the roof, scraped off the satellite dish, helped a hunter jump-start his truck, shoveled off in front of mailbox, and front door of office, back inside, turn on news, first local story reported “seasonal affective disorder”, symptoms are depression, feeling tired, low energy, desire to sleep, cravings for carbohydrates, lack of social skills; aka hibernation. All of above means lack of melatonin, and vitamin D because of lack of light!
Cure is to get outside, exercise, get under a light, eat right!
Good inside project over the weekend was to clean the kitchen for the upcoming holidays, granddaughters Miss Martha and Miss Ella got down and scrubbed the restaurant kitchen from stem to stern, and it’s clean, you could eat off the floor! Clean as a whistle. Thank you, ladies!