Saturday, April 09, 2016

Misc Saturday

Doctors and funerals pretty much described my life over the last month.  Nothing really interesting is going on. 

Well the tulips have had a rough time. They bloomed in a warm spell, extremely strong winds came in a few days later and blew half the blooms off, then last week a snow set on them, who knows what tomorrow will bring?

Last week in the Guide, there was about 51 people running a legal notice that they planned to apply to the prothonetary for a license to carry a concealed deadly weapon.
As parents we have all lied to our kids to keep a make believe story or a myth going, I thought this little thing I read on a blog was interesting

"so when i was 7 or 8 i’d “write letters to hermione granger” and set them out on the piano in the living room every night with my stuffed toy owl and every morning i’d have a letter from hermione back, sitting at the foot of my bed, and hermione and i corresponded like that for months and i’d just like to thank my mom for writing out a “letter from hermione” for me every single night"
Next week end at 9 AM the Little League Parade in Delmar will happen once again.

and on June 4th the day in the park event will happen again.

The traffic at the light at RT13 and RT54 just seem to get worst and worst, hate to think of it when Perdue comes to town.

The Nanticoke Physician Network is proud to welcome Melanie Hiester, MSN, FNP-C, to its active medical staff. Ms. Hiester joins Dr. Khalil Gorgui at Nanticoke Primary Care, Delmar located at 8 E. Grove Street in Delmar, Delaware. She is a qualified, board certified Family Nurse Practitioner and is accepting new patients ages newborn and up.

Ms. Hiester received her BSN from Immaculata University in Immaculata, Pennsylvania and also holds a MS in Nursing with Honors from the University of Delaware in Newark, DE.  She has more than 12 years of experience in direct patient care.

Ms. Hiester is a member of the Delaware Nurses Association, the American Nurses Association, the Delaware Coalition of Nurse Practitioners and the American College of Nurse Practitioners Ms. Hiester has received awards for compassion and prides herself in giving all patients her undivided attention and the utmost compassion and caring.

For more information or to schedule an appointment, call Nanticoke Primary Care, Delmar at 302-846-0618.
On April 26th is the Republican Primary Election, 16 delegates, winner take all.
The Democrat Primary is also on April 26th.

I like to see people who want something bad enough they don't mind getting into an argument over it.  Of the candidates running I favor Donald Trump and altho I don't care for the principles he stand for I am just fascinated with Bernie Sanders and his campaign. 

Of the candidates both Republican and Democratic I think Bernie Sanders  is the most honest and believes in what he is saying.  The money he has raised just off small contributions is exciting. 

The rumor about the Delmar Elementary Parent Teacher Association missing money has turned out to be true and the blame is put on Tracie N. Vonarx, treasurer of the organization. Total theft is about $8,000 plus.

Irish genealogy

Irish Genealogy

The Lower Delmarva Genealogical Society is proud to present

 Mike Healy  

Irish Genealogy: Tips, Techniques, Tales, and Lessons Learned

Mike Healy is an Irish American United States Military Academy (USMA), West Point and Trinity College, Dublin (TCD) graduate, whose Irish grandparents came to America in May 1912.  He has been active in the Irish American community for over 30 years, with a number of past and present Irish American community affiliations

The presentation is an entertaining, beautiful pictorial presentation of Mr. Healy’s extensive Irish genealogy research experiences.  He will discuss proven research methods for finding your Irish ancestors’ origins and historical records, to include researching on-line genealogy resources such as Ellis Island passenger lists, U.S. and Irish census records, and 19th century Griffiths Valuation records.

This event is open to the public and is free.


Wednesday afternoon at 2 PM April 27th at the Ocean Pines Community Center, 235 Ocean Parkway, Ocean Pines, MD 21811