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Re: RE: Morning Breakfast Club 2020/03/24 12:45:08 (permalink)
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Bernie - we are both still working so still alive LOL!  I hate hearing about your beach closing and awesome that you will manage the kitty's regardless.
 
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Re: RE: Morning Breakfast Club 2020/03/24 18:49:41 (permalink)
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Safe travels Soso,  you should be flying now.




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Re: RE: Morning Breakfast Club 2020/03/24 19:14:08 (permalink)
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Good evening. Was up early.  Cleaned up and headed out for a couple errands.  Back home to put groceries away and then to pick up princess Maya.  So grateful I made it back last night.  Four Paws Pet Resort will be closing tomorrow and my Vet's office is not allowed services except for special food needs with payment in advance and pick-up outside. Boarding place actually picked up more of her Rx food in the event I got stuck in MX which isn't a bad thing for me.  Been putting more stuff away today, a couple small loads of wash and basically hanging with Maya, who was afraid to let me out of her sight. Has finally crashed.
 
Nipper, there was lots of talk about the state going into emergency lock down today, which did not happen here. It was against my better judgement to shop in public truth be told.  I am in lock down now and have plenty of what I need.  Hope family abroad will be okay.
 
JJ, was that you that talked about bare shelves?  Seemed very strange to see my local grocery store aisles stripped of various products.  Actually got a bit of a sick feeling in tummy.  My usually smiley employee there looked totally frazzled.  
 
Cindy, your Governor pulled the pin.  Nice to hear Chris is helping out at the casa.
 
Bernie, guess it was just a matter of time on the beach walks.  Like your plan for the kitties moving forward.  Be safe. Edit:  Cute pic of you and Holly.
 
Crunchie, saw lots of folks walking today. I hope to get back to that myself as soon as I catch up on things here.  Edit:  Are your positions deemed essential?
 
Jamie, cute pic of you and Holly.  Hoping folks are looking over you.  
 
Hola Badger.
 
Very happy to hear SoSo is safely on plane headed home.
 
I know I am missing a bunch of folks here.  Did see Holly's obit on FB.  Her passing still doesn't resonate with me.  I just hope that everyone gives serious thought to this virus, hunkers down, helps others safely, if able, and a whole lot of prayer is needed.  Be well.  MB
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Re: RE: Morning Breakfast Club 2020/03/24 20:18:52 (permalink)
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Another reason to stay inside!  Darn, what's next?
 
 Crows can recognize individual human faces and hold grudges.
It's probably best not to get on a crow's bad side. According to one 2008 study by wildlife researchers at the University of Washington—plus tons of anecdotal evidence from wildlife biologists—the highly intelligent birds are capable of remembering individual human faces, even if those who have wronged them wear a disguise. So how do crows show their distaste? They scream. "The birds were really raucous, screaming persistently," one volunteer in the crow study told The New York Times. "And it was clear they weren't upset about something in general. They were upset with me." Sounds intense!
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Re: RE: Morning Breakfast Club 2020/03/25 05:40:09 (permalink)
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Good Morning
Foggy with rain later. And a whole lot of rain for the next several days. Sigh. It IS supposed to get to 55 today, would be nice if I could get outside for a while and work on some garden/yard clean-up.  
 
MB, glad you made it home safely. Grocery stores and pharmacies will remain open here. Kohl's closed their doors a while back. I believe the home improvement stores get to stay open, as well.
 
If I can't do much outside today, I may make a run to Walgreens and see if they have any of those little foil-type needle threaders. The one I have left is getting pretty beat up looking and with all the rain coming I may as well drag out the sewing machine again. Have a pattern for some simple summer nightgowns and several top sheets. (Chris has a habit of tearing off his ragged toenails. And those ragged toenails have torn several fitted sheets. Hence the top sheets for fabric.) Some light weight cotton sleepwear will be nice for summer. 
 
Probably boring everyone. I know I am boring myself.
Chris did go get Mexican dinners for us last night. I had Mole Ranchero, he had the Mariscos mixto dinner. I have leftovers for my lunch today. Everything was hot and tasty, but really could have used a tasty margarita. Oh well.
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Re: RE: Morning Breakfast Club 2020/03/25 06:00:55 (permalink)
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I am sorry Cindy, but did you not see the governor's order telling people to stay home and to only travel for essential items? I really doubt that your need for a needle threader would be considered essential.

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Re: RE: Morning Breakfast Club 2020/03/25 06:33:50 (permalink)
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I'm really not driving to town for a $.50 item Paul. But if I'd known saying something like that would bring you back to the BC, I'd have said it a while ago. 

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Re: RE: Morning Breakfast Club 2020/03/25 06:35:44 (permalink)
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I am now working from home. Dang. My house is not set up for this and my butt nerve damage is already screaming.  Tomas is considered essential so he still gets to go to work. Strange times.
 
So glad you are back MB and hopefully Soso too.
 
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Re: RE: Morning Breakfast Club 2020/03/25 06:36:55 (permalink)
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Well played Cindy!
 
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Re: RE: Morning Breakfast Club 2020/03/25 07:50:18 (permalink)
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Howdy and good morning to all. Woke up to rain this AM but now just cloudy. Skies will turn to partly cloudy and the sunny later afternoon. Right now it is 63F at 7:39 with a high of 72 degrees.
 
  Yesterday I stopped by the Ocean Isle Beach "cop shop'. Talked with two officers to inquire if I need a permit or pass to feed the beach cats. No, the island is not closed; just the parking and beach are closed. One of the officers said local ordinance does not allow the feeding of stray cats. Hmmmm. OK and thanks. Off I went to go feed my beach kitties. Parked at the house next to the parking lot. Went to the walkway and called to the orange and black cats. They suddenly appeared, meowing with great gusto.  Watched them eat for about ten minutes and got the heck out of there. This parking arrangementment won't work for too long; I will attempt to find a phone number for the owners of that house. I met them once but that doesn't mean I am allowed to park on their property. Need to get permission.
 
  Today I plan to feed the beach cats and get the address of that house. Chet works closely with realtors in the area and knows how to search the titles of properties. I'm sure he will help me on that matter. Bummer on the beach closing but I can walk my neighborhood until the beach opens again.
 
  Welcome home MB. Glad you had a safe trip and Maya kitty is back home with you. I guess we both will have to use our streets close to home for our walks. Please send us more pictures when you can.
 
  Cindy, I am amazed you can make sheets and other clothing with your sewing machine. That is almost a lost talent these days. You go girl !
 
  Crunch, glad to hear that you and/or Tomas haven't killed each other !! hee,hee,hee.
 
  Hi Gem.
 
  Hi Badger.  Hope you are still able to work buddy. Working is good for the soul !
 
  Hi PJ. Hi Nipper. Hi Jamie.
 
  A big 'virtual hug' to all,
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Re: RE: Morning Breakfast Club 2020/03/25 07:59:04 (permalink)
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1. The main reason this virus is spreading and KILLING people is that too many folks are ignoring the directives from government and health professionals to stay home and minimize contact with others. Essential travel means just that.
 
2. Chris, Cindy, Babs and I are all in the high risk group because of age, past/present smoking, and diabetes (Babs, Chris). So we should all take extra care to avoid contracting this disease. It could easily kill any/all of us in the high risk category. Going into a pharmacy would be one of the last places I would want to go right now.
 
3. Reading about the governors' order possibly coming into effect, I went to our local grocery store at 6 am yesterday to stock up on what supplies were available ( eggs, potatoes, TP, etc. were not in stock) so that we would not have to shop for a long time. While there, I saw a young stock boy sneeze in the direction of a nearby customer while making no effort to cover his face. I am far from a germaphobe, but this kid obviously didn't know/care about possibly spreading whatever he has.
 
4. The one person from a nearby town who tested positive for the virus last week (a local high school student who had been traveling), posted on Facebook that after being confirmed as infected, she then went to one of the local grocery stores and our nearby Walmart because she "Just needed a few things for her quarantine time". !?!
 
 
5. I had told Babs yesterday that I was thinking of rejoining my friends on the BC today, but Cindy's flippant, laughing face response to my earlier post has made me reconsider.
 
Please stay safe and be well.

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Re: RE: Morning Breakfast Club 2020/03/25 08:02:51 (permalink)
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Re: RE: Morning Breakfast Club 2020/03/25 09:31:31 (permalink)
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Good morning BCers!  
Still cloudy here.  But not raining.  Would love a day of sunshine.
Slept well last night.  No interruptions.
SJ did the pick up the groceries I ordered online from Wally World on his way home from work.
Able to get most of what I ordered.  Still no toilet paper or paper towels available.  
SJ offered to check elsewhere.  I told him no.  Just come home.  We will make do with what we have.
Wishing all of you a good day.  Pray you all continue to be safe and well.  Hugs


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Re: RE: Morning Breakfast Club 2020/03/25 10:13:50 (permalink)
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Hi Badger
Good to see you.  Is your town on stay at home lock down?  The entire KC metro is.  I've heard of a few states that are.  I agree with you.  It may slow the spread in our area, but what happens when we get the go ahead release if other places are not doing the stay at home.  It boggles my mind. 
There was a kid in MO that was videoing himself licking stuff at a grocery store.  Apparently, other countries were reaching out to the police dept.  They arrested him and charged him with a terrorist act.  I'll look to see if I can find it. 
 
I'm not going out unless I have to, which I did have to go to my office Monday.  Was there for 5 hours and came back home.  Just accounting people (4) are there, and far from my office.  And we all have our own office. 
 
Crunch; It's a new norm staying home.  I'm going to get myself in trouble sleeping in until 7.  It's going to hurt when I have to start getting up at 5:30 again
MB  Glad you made it home.  I think SOSO was due in sometime earlier this morning. 
Bernie- Please add some of your vacation with Twirls stories to her page.   I tried searching for her old trip report posts, but I guess they disappear after a while.???
 
I have been waiting for this day for over a week because they said it was going to be sunny and 70.  Well, it's after 10 and it's still gray and foggy and now 67 at 4.  This gray weather is for the birds... well not really because they aren't even out and about.  
 
Stay healthy!
 
 

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Re: RE: Morning Breakfast Club 2020/03/25 10:23:28 (permalink)
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Cindy, out here you can now get cocktails to go (and a few places are starting to offer delivery) as long as you also order food. Hope you are able to work on your garden soon,
all of that rain along with the "shelter in place" type stuff is bound to make folks a little crabby - I know I have been a little whiny at times lately, sorry about that.
 
MB, glad you got home safely and that Miss Maya Kitty has forgiven you.
 
Paul, I am glad to see you post again even if briefly, you and Babs have probably also been under a lot of stress lately. Hope your weather improves a bit and that you are both well and in good health. Keeping up your health is important nowadays, now more than ever.
 
PJ, thanks for the update on TP, I'm still OK until the weekend, Amazon Fresh does not have any but you can order through regular Amazon if willing to pay a small fortune, which may or may not include free shipping. I am strongly considering this, since none is available for delivery from my local supermarket chains.
 
Bernie, glad to hear of your plan for taking care of the beach kitties until they reopen all the closed stuff like parks and beaches. I think that is a little extreme, fresh air is good for your physical and emotional health but as a few of your recent posts suggest, there are apparently some folks with no common sense or regard for others.
 
crunch, glad to hear you are OK, along with Tomas. When I was still working I always enjoyed being in the office over working from home (I know this is not an option now for most).
 
Stay safe, all.
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Re: RE: Morning Breakfast Club 2020/03/25 12:43:10 (permalink)
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Good Morning!
 
Raining, gray and cold here as well.  Hubby was up early this morning and turned the horses out without their sheets.  They are now covered in wet mud and waiting at the gate to be let back in.
 
Grocery stores in our area are doing a limited early shopping hour for only seniors. That is why hubby was out by 6.  Managed to score some of the elusive TP and some fresh chicken and some cooking oil - which we were low on.  He says that although the store restocks daily, many items are still in short supply.  We are staying home and even doing Dr. appointments on line. Hubby asked if I thought he should shave and change out of his "barn clothes" before his video chat with the DR. I said YES  so he did.
 
Badger and Babs.  Glad to see you back. I hope that you are both well and isolated enough to keep  the virus away. Being in the "vintage" age group and having other medical issues certainly can add to the stress we are all feeling. 
 
Here at least people seem to be taking the stay at home ruling to heart. The kids that were helping with barn work are no longer coming.  The boarding barns are closed to the public - even owners have to sign up for visiting times and then only one person is allowed to visit at a time. No riding allowed.  As two of my friends have had horse related accidents in the last month which required hospitalization and surgery, I can understand why that rule was implemented.
 
Had surgery scheduled for our Lab Calvin. We found out while on vacation that a tumor on his side is cancerous.  His vet wouldn't do the surgery, so we had to contact a referred specialist.  They called to tell us that they were closing and would re-schedule it...maybe.  Found a third vet who is still open who will do the surgery.  Now waiting to see when.  Need to get it done soon as prognosis is not good if we wait.  
 
jj I saw a report on a kid caught licking stuff in a store.  I wonder if it was the same person.  Some people are just stupid.
 
MB  Good to see that you and Maya are settled back at home.  I am missing all the beautiful foliage and flower pictures from Mexico!
 
Hope all of you who are transitioning to working at home do so without cabin fever setting in!  Crunch I am sorry to hear that you are still having problems with your...um...posterior.  Thought that was all better!
 
Good luck finding the house owners Bernie. Don't want you getting fined for illegal parking and feeding of feral cats.  
 
Wishing everyone sunshine and good health!

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Re: RE: Morning Breakfast Club 2020/03/25 13:04:27 (permalink)
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Hi SNF - it is better, but permanent nerve damage unfortunately still makes sitting very difficult. Confinement is difficult for me. I am so sorry to hear about your doggie. I pray they can do surgery.
 
Badger - I hope I didn't offend you. I didn't mean to. I take it very seriously as almost everyone I know is high risk in one way or another. I do not know how to get the younger ones to take it seriously. Maybe they just cannot believe they are mortal or can cause the death of others?
 
With the complete shut down hear I worry about a dog issue or a tooth going bad etc.  Scary times.
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Re: RE: Morning Breakfast Club 2020/03/25 15:01:58 (permalink)
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With the complete shut down hear I worry about a dog issue or a tooth going bad etc.  Scary times.




Crunch--A lot of vets in our area are open but they come out to your car.  Praying you don't need their services.  This indoor quarantine really is messing with a lot of stuff.  Hope it is over soon.  Stay safe.  If you were here I'd let you cut my grass!
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Re: RE: Morning Breakfast Club 2020/03/25 18:42:27 (permalink)
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Good evening.  40 and rain here.  A local hardware store picked up my rider today for servicing.  I pretty much stayed out of their way other than moving my vehicle out of garage.  Lawn service also did first application.  I quickly pulled off the gutter extensions and went back inside.  Spoke to one of my brothers earlier and another small load of trip clothes.   I am slowly getting my kitchen counters back to normal since the painting. MN going on lock down at 11:59 p.m. Friday until April 10th except for essential travel.
 
Welcome home SoSo.  
 
Crunchie, hope you are finding comfortable solutions to work from home. You probably have one of those cool work stations that you can adjust the height....not so much at home.  
 
JJ, stay put chica.  How's Lola doing?  
 
Jamie, just no words for current situation.  Guess your auto will be stationery for awhile.  Take good care.
 
Bernie, you might want to be more careful moving around so much.  Those kitties will probably be fine but your good intentions sadly made them somewhat dependent on you.  
 
Bosco, please check in.
 
Glad you finally checked in Paul.  Thanks for your update.
 
SNF, what a mess with the horses.  Are you doing any better?
 
Cindy, way too damp here for any type of yard work and that is just fine with me.  
 
Pam, have they worked things out yet for SJ on opening the portals?  Is his media position considered essential?
 
Strange times for all of us.  I am going to focus on all the loving and beautiful things that Americans are doing across our states/communities to help others in need and find solutions.  My best to all.  MB  
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Re: RE: Morning Breakfast Club 2020/03/26 06:17:51 (permalink)
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Good Morning All,
 
Frank - LOL!
MB - I have the early cheap version of a stand up desk at work and it really helps. 
 
I am here early because I am not commuting. My "work from home" outfit is less than gorgeous or professional 
 
Sadly, a very loved and respected gentleman Mr. Williams died of a heart attack yesterday here in our neighborhood. He had several prior, but seemed to have recovered. He knew everything and was such a generous and helpful man to all in need in our neighborhood. So focused on the pandemic that I forget about all the normal realities and then something like that happens.
 
However, that said, I hope we all hang together and support each other. That is worth so much! 
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Crunch---Sorry for the loss of your friend.  May he rest in peace.
 
Can you imagine a loved one dying in these times.  Got to wait until probably summer to due a proper burial if that is what they desired.  Lot of people saying cremate me and have a big party!  I know my mom wants a proper burial buried next to my dad.  
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Re: RE: Morning Breakfast Club 2020/03/26 08:32:51 (permalink)
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Howdy and good morning to everyone.
 
  Partly cloudy this AM along the coast but the sun will be full force within an hour, so we will be sunny all day. Our current temp is 51F at 7:29 and our high will be 63 degrees.
 
  Yesterday I invited Chet to go with me to feed the beach kitties. He got the address of the house next to the parking space. Later in the day Chet sent me an email with the names of the folks that own that home, along with their address and phone number : Tim and Deb live up near Rochester NY. Anyway, I call them and Deb answered the phone. She remembered me from the time I had knocked on their beach house door to introduce myself and ask if the orange or black cat belonged to them. No, not their cats.
Anyway, they seemed like nice folks so I asked Deb if I could park my truck in their beach house driveway for 10 minutes or so to feed the beach kitties. She said yes but only up until Memorial Day when they starting renting the house. I thanked her and replied that hopefully all the parking lots will be opened by then.
 
  Snf, I guess you could call my two beach kitties 'feral', although the orange one is very friendly. He rubs my legs and nuzzles my hand for attention, and also lays in the sand on his back after eating. Chet was even able to pet him.  Black cat is not as friendly but he does respond to me with his meows; he knows what yummy food is coming his way.
 
  MB, there are at least 2 other people feeding the beach cats. I don't leave food out for them but rather measure 1/4 cup in each bowl of dry food and that's all they get. The times I fed wet food, I split a 2 oz container between the two bowls. I guess what I'm trying to say is those cats do not depend on my once a day ration. It's more like a supplement to what they have available. I also believe they both enjoy some human contact. Besides, I like to give them a little love.
 
  Jamie, I was in error by stating the beach is closed. It is not closed and the locals that live on the island can use the beach. So could I use it but alas, no place to park for a beach walk. The logic behind the city of OIB closing all the parking lots is to cut down on the amount of people coming onto the island. Rental properties also have a temporary ban for their rentals. Now that action is rather strict and I am surprised that the ordnance hasn't been challenged in court. The property owners that rent to tourist would probably win that suit but the reality is that court cases take time and money. I believe this ban is only for a few weeks.
 
  Hi jj, I will continue posting some "Holly" pictures on both forums. I don't really want to get into telling any past stories about our vacation times together. For one, my memory isn't as good as it used to be and it's also hard to talk about specific 'Holly' stories right now. Suffice to say I enjoyed her company and we had good times together.
 
  Oops, had to get the trash out. hee,hee.
 
  Chunch, sorry to hear about your neighborhood friend Mr Williams.
 
  Cindy, hope your weather improves soon, I know how much you like to be outside and work on all your plants etc.
 
  Time to scoot. Oh, Badger, I love you man.
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Re: RE: Morning Breakfast Club 2020/03/26 08:36:36 (permalink)
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picture from Chet's phone 03-25-20. BeBe with his orange beach cat
 

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Re: RE: Morning Breakfast Club 2020/03/26 09:08:18 (permalink)
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Good morning BCers.
Happy to say it is not raining here.  We have partly cloudy skies and sunshine.
The high temp will be 82F.  (Not a typo)  More yard cleanup on my agenda.
Morning walkabout finished.  Pets fed.  Having my coffee now.
 
 
MB,  yes, SJ's job is considered essential to keep the TV station on the air. 
He is the programming and operations manager.  SJ and the chief engineer
would be the last people left in the building.  Sure hope it doesn't come to that.  
 
 
Pray you are all doing fine.  Hugs


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Re: RE: Morning Breakfast Club 2020/03/26 12:12:38 (permalink)
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Hola!
Finally a sunny and warm day! We are almost to the point of needing to have the grass cut!
 
Bernie that orange kitty does not look like he has missed too many meals!
 
Hubby just finished filing the tax returns.  Job well done.
 
Crunch so sorry to hear about your neighbor.  Sounds like he will be  missed.
 
Got a call from the local hospital last night.  My covid 19 test came back negative.  No longer required to self isolate, but I will continue to do so as I really don't want to place myself in situations where I will be exposed to it. Living in the country has its advantages.
 
Frank  We saved a crow that had landed too hard and knocked itself out.  Kept it in a rabbit cage overnight and fed it.  When it was walking around the next day, it was released and flew away.  Hope they remember the good things too!
 
Stay safe All!

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