Editor’s Message February 2023

Love is patient and kind; love does not envy or boast; it is not arrogant or rude. It does not insist on its own way; it is not irritable or resentful; it does not rejoice at wrongdoing but rejoices with the truth. 1 Corinthians 13:4–8

As I read the above quote, I realize how often we can be all the things that we don’t want to be. I think we have days where we are unkind, rude, selfish or resentful–and we don’t even realize it until after we have acted in a way that is not loving to those around us. I’m going to try diligently this month to be patient and kind to everyone I meet. In honor of February, the month of love, let’s all try to be a community that shows love to one another.

This month we feature your candidates for Board of Directors of the Westbrook Village Association. These are folks that give their time and their talents because they love the community. Please see their biographies on page 20 and 21 and come out and support them on Meet the Candidates Night on February 15 at 7 pm. Show them some love!

If you love being in a safe community, consider giving your time as a volunteer for the Westbrook Posse. If you don’t have extra time, your donations are appreciated. The home checks that they perform are an incredible service to this neighborhood. Show them some love!

There are loads of events and happenings this month. If you are in a group or a club, your leaders put a lot of time and effort into making things happen. Show them some love!

This month “Fabulous Follies Variety Show” showcases a voluminous amount of WV talent, and is always outstanding (Feb. 3-4 at 7 pm and Feb.5 at 2 pm). The Village Players’ latest production “Suite Surrender” is coming in March. Show them some love!

Lastly, but certainly not least, this magazine would not be possible without our advertisers. Please tell them that you saw their ad in Westbrook Village Living and SHOW THEM SOME LOVE!!

With Love,
Lori

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