Hello from Webster!

29 Apr

cropped-welcome-to-websterThere’s a lot more significance to that headline than meets the eye.

If you were one of the very first people to read this Webster-centric blog when I began it 11 years ago, you may remember that in my very first posting — and several times thereafter — I  admitted that I was not, in fact, a Webster resident. I actually lived in Penfield, just south of the Webster/Penfield line.

That distinction had always been a mere tax formality, however, since our mailing address, schools, grocery store, and other shopping concerns were in Webster, and the Village of Webster — not Penfield’s four corners — was my adopted home town.

But today, for the first time in my blogging history, I am writing from my WEBSTER home.

My husband and I recently down-sized and moved into the village, something we had wanted to do for a long time. After what seems like weeks of buying and selling homes and the myriad details that entails, I’m finally settled in enough to get back into blogging (not having Internet for several days kind of put a damper on things, for starters).

I apologize for having been out of touch for so long, but in my downtime I’ve been keeping a list of blogs that I want to write. In between unpacking boxes, filling out change of address forms, trying to figure out how to use the gas fireplace, wondering what that unusual new sound is, and all the other delights of owning a new home, I promise to start picking away at them.

And now that I live literally within walking distance the Village of Webster, I look forward to being more in tune with all of the outstanding events and activities offered here.

So stay tuned and thanks for your patience!

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2 Responses to “Hello from Webster!”

  1. Sally malafeew April 30, 2019 at 5:45 am #

    Webster senior center now wants to charge a non visiting Webster resident $108.00 a year to attend euchre, mah Jongg, or bridge. These are seniors who also patronize our business when in our town.

    • websterontheweb April 30, 2019 at 6:32 am #

      That’s unfortunate. I suspect that will reduce attendance at those social events.

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