mycheal: Great job, thanks and to OUR veterans a day late Veterans Day (November 11 in the United States) honors and celebrates the service of all military veterans. With respect, honor, and gratitude: thank you for your patriotism, love of country, and willingness
Oct 05 2020 3:45am
lurk: @Oldiesmann Ok I can see it was logged, thanks.
Oct 05 2020 3:04am
lurk: @Oldiesmann Was this issue logged on GitHub?
Good Morning everyone. another good night sleep for me ( 7.5 hours) according to my breathing machine with no leaks around mask seal. Nancy went for her dental appointment and left me sleeping and left me a note what she was doing. I am going to go test my blood sugar before i eat or drink anything. then eat and fiend a good movie on T V. 30º sunny and going for 54º and partly sunny. Have a good day.
Sorry I've been AWOL the last couple of days - nothing much to say, and just didn't write. I did have an eye-doctor appointment - no glaucoma problem, even without the drops for 9 months - and all was well.
I watched the moving ceremony at the Lincoln Memorial Tuesday night, and then, to my surprise, would up with the TV on all day yesterday. What a relief to have the day over without incident. And with the unusual circumstances (pandemic and potential violence) handled with such grace and dignity.
Sharon, when are you due your second shot? Mine is due on 5 Feb. Those family recipe books are always such a treat. One of my friends gave Margaret a "recipe shower" before her wedding - really good stuff there - and still being used. I know your grands will love having the book.
jane, glad you're having company this weekend. Enjoy! Do you get any of the goodies from the "hunt"? I loved having the ground venison we got from Kate's Wayne.
Marilyn, sorry you didn't get the place you were looking at. I hope that means there's a better choice out there for you. Hope you don't have any trouble selling the Corvette.
alpiner, how's your daughter doing?
Darlene, what part of Texas are you in? I never can remember.
A friend gave me a potted amaryllis bulb for Xmas. The stalk has gotten about 3 feet! tall, and the first bud just started opening Tuesday. So far this morning, there are four blossoms showing - one almost completely open - a lovely dark pink-red color. It's fun to watch.
Good morning everyone, a whole 16 now and I already turned the heat up in here. Sun is shining for now but most of the day will be cloudy. All I need now is some snow falling and I will know i t is really win ter. Oh well cannnot have everything I want . I woke up this morning and that should be enough , right? My olderson does not believe in the shots for the covid and sending me emails about what could happen. I think he wants to scare me into not getting the shot.
JANE hope those flurries stop so you got to the groomers. Pray your son is better today t han yesterday.
AMY I would like it if you would send some of that winter wonderland this way. Of course if we had a lot of i t Yve tte most likely would s tay home.
JOY y ou know those tes ts are no t always right. I pray your son will be alright.
SHIRLEY i DON'T SEE MANY PEOPLE. Darn the caps was locked again. I see my 2 sons and Yvette and that is about all. JANE I know how I worried and prayed for my daughter and SIL. I know he is not a son but aft er more than 40 years he is like my son. When he got home af ter being in the hospital he looked worn and skinny. He is looking so much be tter now with my daughters TLC he looks more llike he looked before.
I'm sorry, Joy. Try to keep your spirits positive and take care of yourself. And, sort of good news about your son, Jane. It will take awhile for him to get to 100% but it sounds like he is going the right way.
Cloudy and chilly here but no snow and no rain so I won't complain.
I was so impressed by the young poet laureate at the inauguration yesterday.