By Martha Williams

It’s a wonder the Camellia bush by my front door isn’t tied up in such hard knots it would ever unravel. Last night I watched it whip every which way and I doubt there’s a single bud left on it.

On the positive side, that red tulip that came on way early last year seems to be doing it again. It was almost unbelievable to see that one red bloom, waving in the wind when nothing else was making any show of progress. And it was long gone by the time the rest began to show color.

I don’t mind the rain but I sure hate it when that wind whips everything so hard.

Once again, I’m writing this at the library on a computer that will not cooperate with me, probably because I don’t understand it. I made the mistake of clicking on a bad site (actually by accident — my screen jumped just

as I was clicking, and landed on a bad site that immediately locked me up.) It’s done that a few times but never landed on anything bad. Hopefully, will be back to normal for next week. I can’t tell you how much I miss my grandson Stephen. When he lived with me, my computer was always in good working order. I So I’ll keep it short this time to spare the editor any bigger headache than necessary.

There is only one thing this week — the Game Night Friday at New Life Community Church.

You are welcome to join in the fun and fellowship that starts at 6 p.m. Bring your favorite game if you wish,

(though there are plenty available) and a snack item to share — chips and dip, fruit or veggie plates work well.

To contact Martha Williams, call or text 707-460-3000 for this next week.