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Wednesday, October 10, 2012 • Posted October 10, 2012


Wait for it.


And so it goes.




Flip the switch.




Speaking of T-shirts and caps.

You can get them monogrammed at Beaty’s Embroidery & Signs.

And Mason Monograms & More.

And T-shirts printed too.

They’re right across the street from each other on Hwy 87 north.

Near the Short Stop.

And Nacho’s Café.

Monogrammed towels make a nice gift.

So do monogrammed pillowcases.

Nice gifts can be found at The Thing Is.

The boutique carries unique items plus designer clothes, shoes, and bags.

It’s on Hwy 87 in the same bungalow with Off the Square Hair Salon.

Unique items and artwork can be found at The Shooting Star too.

It’s on the east side of the square near Topaz Confections.

Which is now open Wednesday through Saturday from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

And Northside Café has new hours.

Open everyday from 11 a.m. till 9 p.m.

Something cold or hot can be had at either one.

For a good deal, hurry over to Mason Garden Market.

Debbie Owen is closing up shop for good.

Everything is half price.

Mason loses another nursery again.

You can still buy herbs at The Green House.

And sometimes they offer a variety of plants.

Depends on the season.

Fortunately, the season for good food is always here.

And Sisters Catering delivers weekly.

You can purchase the whole enchilada (pun intended).

Or buy one item.

The full package includes two entrees, two pints of soup, 3 cups fresh fruit, two salads, two sandwiches, and dessert.

Only $49.

Or pick and choose.

Cream of poblano soup.

Pork tomatillo stew.

Pesto pasta salad.

Ham salad on dill bread.

Mexican chocolate cake.

Just a sample of what’s offered.

And it’s all homemade.

Call or text Mary Scholibo at 347-5636.

Hot or cold, rain or shine.

It must be time to eat.

That’s Mason.

Renee Walker is an author, poet, and real estate broker on the square

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