and institutions must go hand in hand
with the progress of the human mind"
Thomas Jefferson (1743-1826)
For the month of
November, temperatures will be average
precipitation to be average as well.
Showers, cool (1) with fair and mild weather
(2,3). More showers but mild (4,5),
remaining fair and mild (6,7,8). Rain or
snow and a bit colder (9,10) with the
possibility of heavy snow or rain (11,12).
Fair and cool (13,14,15,16,17,18) with snow
showers or rain (19,20,21,22). Partly
cloudy, cool (23,24,25,26) turning fair and
colder (27,28,29. November ends with a light
snow or rain (30).
The Almanack sees no tornado activity for
november's full moon occurs on the 5th at
7:58am. It has become known as the Dying
Grass Moon or Falling Leaf Moon because of
the days grow colder and frost has killed
the grass and the last leaves are falling
from the trees.
Our new 2007 edition is now available at
your favorite newsstand. We will also be
available at select True Value Hardware
Stores as well so if you don't see us there,
ask how you can get your latest edition.
November is American Diabetes Month. Simply
point your web browser to www.diabetes.org/diabetesphd
and complete a short questionnaire to find
out how you can reduce the risk of
developing Type-2 diabetes. And make sure to
vote on Election Day on November 7th.
Remember that it is not only your right but
also your responsibility.
Veteran's Day is on November 11th. Say a
prayer for all of our brave who have served
and who are serving today, pledged to
protect us each and every day and night. We
owe them all so much! Celebrate Thanksgiving
early this year on Thursday, November 23rd.
Be sure to spend quality time with family
and friends and share in the bounty that our
rich land provides. We all have so much to
be thankful for and we should never, ever
Don't put away the rake until all of the
leaves and pine needles have fallen to the
ground. Even though lawns rest in winter,
they still need all the winter sunlight they
can get. Also, take the time to organize,
clean, and sharpen your garden tools. Keep
them from underfoot, cleaned, and sharpened
and they will be ready to go come spring.
Thoughts on Today's Living:
"We can't hope to
find a solution to a problem unless we look
at it from all sides and not just from our
own point of view"
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