Dear Sun Spots: I am looking for glass baby-food jars by Gerber, the middle second-stage size with the blue covers. I have two school-age children and use these jars in many holiday crafts throughout the year. I would gladly travel to pick up if someone had a quantity of them. Please have them e-mail me and maybe I would have some success. Trying to find them at yard sales this summer has been unsuccessful. I can be reached at [email protected] – Maureen MacWhinnie, Lisbon Falls.

Dear Sun Spots: I would like to thank Sun Spots and all the wonderful new friends who have answered the call for our new gardening show, which will be seen on community access TV, Channel 11 in Auburn-Lewiston and Channel 2 in Norway-Paris. The staff and volunteers at the TV stations have been wonderful in teaching me how to shoot and edit. Soon we will have some interesting shows. In the meantime, I would love to hear from you if you have a nice autumn garden or a scarecrow. In fact, if you have a good scarecrow, call me even if you don’t have a garden! 783-4872, or e-mail [email protected] Kathy Williamson, No Town.

Dear Sun Spots: I was sent a copy of the question posted to you on Aug. 8 about where the nearest Hallmark Gold Crown Stores might be in the area. Just to add to the list you already gave, please include Stacy’s Hallmark, 243 Water St., downtown Augusta, (207) 623-3781. Thank you. – Stacy Cummings, Augusta.

Dear Sun Spots: I’d like the words to “I Just Don’t Look Good Naked Anymore.” – Gerald Corson, Chesterville.

Sun Spots hopes you enjoy the following: Words and music: Dick Feller & Sheb Wooley© Channel Music Co. / Cordial Music Co.

I stepped out of the shower and I got a good look at myself

Pot bellied, bald-headed, I thought I was somebody else

I caught my reflection in the mirror of the bathroom door

I just don’t look good naked anymore!

So… I’m goin upstairs and turn my bedroom mirror to the wall

I hung it there back when I was trim and tall

I’d stand there and smile and flex and strut until my arms go sore

But I just don’t look good naked anymore!

I Used to go out with the girls, I love them one and all

Now they don’t get very close to me, afraid that I might fall

I went to see my doctor for my annual medical exam

Standin’ there in the buff when suddenly he said, “Man!”

I said, “What is it Doc? Some fatal disease? I need to know the score!”

He said, “No, you just don’t look good naked anymore!”

Me and Mona had a dancin’ style, the folks said it was unique

Now it’s only when we’re back to back, we’re dancin’ cheek to cheek

I went down to a nude beach for some seaside fun

Stretched out in my birthday suit soakin’ up the sun

Somebody yelled, “There’s an old white whale washed up on shore!”

(Sure) I just don’t look good naked anymore!

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