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RAMMEL

Shirley - Yesterday - ": :) I still say all girls should learn how to fix things around the house and boys should learn how to cook & take care of what is usually called "women's work" so all can do whatever is necessary. Maybe in our next life. ". It's happening now. Due to the way I grew up I've learned to do it all, - and still am.
"What good fortune for governments that the people do not think."

          THIMK

mycheal

Lloyd, that is an Oriole, beautiful bird, black, orange. Loves sweet nectar.
There are regular oriole feeders that have larger opening than a hummers feeder.

Mycheal

mycheal

Lloyd, those are Orioles, beautiful orange, black beautiful bird, love the nectar in the hummers feeders...hang on them like monkeys :O)
They do make oriole feeders, that have larger feeding hole in them.

JaneS

I'm off to an early bedtime tonight! I wish you all a peaceful nights sleep and a happy, healthy tomorrow.  And may God bless us, every one!

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Lloyd Hammond

 mycheal thanks now if i do not forget I am up to date. some how i got two of about it. that is alright, better than going poof away. like it some times dose.
Good night and sweet dreams. I have took my shot and night time pills and am going to hit the hay now as soon as i post this.

Lloyd

Denver

A  late night post just to say HELLO.  I managed to just delete not only my post written in notes, but a whole page of information I have had for years.  It always amazes me that one movement my "happy fingers" can be so devastating😩😢

Happy to see our nice new page to post on, BUBBLE.  Thank you for all the nice poems. 

I hope you all have a good night of rest.

Jenny

Amy

Good morning everyone...

My muscles are telling me I am awake but I don't wanna be!! Oh well this too shall pass..all the hard work is done for now. I was so tuckered that we had breakfast for supper last night...bacon and eggs!

Going to be an awesome day here weather wise...I even beat the lil woodpecker up!! He wasn't tapping on the hydro pole but a 4x4  in our fence so that is telling us that need to check them out.

Today is a day of rest.....so sewing/playing it is :)

Phyliss, hope you are feeling much better.

Shirley ,where are you?

Jenny, your avatar is so sweet, my how he is growing!

Mycheal, along with the feeders one can cut an orange in half and the orioles will come to them. My friend emailed me yesterday her words were  .. (went shopping  for some oranges for my orioles (an essential trip!!) 

Gloria, my friend had a portable air conditioner and she enjoyed it. Easy to move and use.

Joy hope all is well on your end.

Better scoot...

Enjoy your day everyone..
I can't change the direction of the wind,
but I can adjust my sails
to always reach my destination.

Jimmy Dean

If there are no dogs in Heaven, then when I die I want to go where they went. -Will Rogers

phyllis

May 17, 2020, 08:09:12 am #38 Last Edit: May 17, 2020, 08:11:02 am by phyllis
I'm doing OK, Amy.  Thanks for thinking about me.  Hope the stiff muscles have loosened up a little bit by now.  We had breakfast for dinner last night, as well, pancakes and bacon.  Good and easy!

It has turned hot and humid.  More like late spring in N.C.  The tropical storm, Arthur, is supposed to give us some rain during the up-coming week but we won't get the wind that the coast will get.  It doesn't sound as though it will be too much of a problem.  The rip tides are already a problem.  Two little girls were caught yesterday but were luckily rescued.  The rip tides off of the Outer Banks are really treacherous and people tend to underestimate their threat.

Rosemary, we drove along Deeside out to Balmoral on a beautiful day.  What a lovely trip.  We didn't go as far as Aberdeen.  I was surprised to find that the castle wasn't as big as I had expected.  We didn't spend long at the castle itself...we preferred to enjoy the countryside.

Take care, All.
phyllis
Cary,NC

Lloyd Hammond

Good Morning everyone, I according to tactile om my Bypath had 7.5 hours of good sleep. It is 63º and mostly cloudy here calling for high of 69º and partly sunny. but passable thunder storm's later in evening and night.have a good day today everyone.

Lloyd

Gloria

Good morning everyone. Fell asleep fter 2am and woke after 9 with an aching back. This will be short, think I will go get into the shower  and let the warm water beat on my back.

PHYLLIS  HADN'T HEARD ABOUT THE TROPICAL STORM, All we seem to get on the news is about the virus and our governor having a press conference.

Going to finish my coffee and thn get going if I can even move.

Have a good day and stay safe.

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JaneS

Good morning Everfriend! Frankie came over yesterday for a visit and she ended up spending the night.  She's gone now because she had to go to work at noon.  I truly enjoyed having her here and she needed some family.

I'm taking today off because I think I overdid things yesterday.  I was really tired the last two nights when I went to bed but I got 4 boxes of books packed up for the library book sale if the they have it this summer and three more boxes of kids books to send to OK for Emma and her soon to be brother.  Once they're gone, that bedroom will actually resemble  bedroom again.  Then I can start on the back room which mostly resembles an attic or some other out of the way storage area.  My plan is to have it cleaned out by Christmas with only the shelves of canned goods and jars and other canning equipment and the boxes of Christmas decorations.  It makes me tired just to think of it.

Mistress AMY, way up there, How does your garden grow!  You are so BUSY all the time!

PHYLLIS, I'm glad you're feeling better.

I didn't have breakfast for supper last night.  I had LUNCH!  The other half of the hoagie that Cathy brought me from the Amish store.  It was just as good as the first half that I ate for lunch.  And it was a lot less work than cooking.  And Frankie brought her own supper with her.  We have really different ideas of what a good supper is!

I'm off to do a little more NOTHING with my day!  Someday, I think I'll write a book on how to do NOTHING.  I'm really pretty good at it!

I wish you all a lovely day!
Make it your own in every way!

And be sure to share it with you loving, caring friends!

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CallieOK

Good morning,

Thought I'd check in while I'm waiting at the computer for the Facebook church service to begin.

Looks as if everyone has been a lot busier than I have - as usual.  ;) I can't reach the shelves that need to be cleaned off and family is "otherwise occupied" these days.

Miss Emily is studying for Board Exams and will be going back to KS after Memorial Day because the college clinic will open.  Her classes will still be on-line but the main part of these final two trimesters is working with clients in the clinic so she needs to be "on site".

"Mama" (#1 dil) has the rest of the family who's home busy with planting a garden and other home projects.  She's good at that!

#2 DIL had her 4th back surgery on Friday.  It had been 9 years since the last one and the "hardware" holding her discs in place had begun to lose effect on the other discs.  Surgeon removed and replaced the old "hardware", repaired a couple of other discs and removed a cyst that had been pressing on the nerves in her back.  The cyst did not show up on any of the MRIs she'd had. (What?!? that "miracle machine" failed?  :o  I thought being made to lie still while enclosed in a small cylinder as it clanks along your body found Every Problem Imaginable! <she said cynically>)

Report yesterday morning was that she had walked the halls and was sitting in a chair - so all seems to have gone well.
She had the surgery at a Spine Hospital so no "sick" people were around and son is able to come and go during the day.

I did make a hamburger/noodle casserole last evening.  Finally used up the few noodles left in a package that's been on my pantry shelf since "who knows when".  Had a good helping for dinner and then divided the rest into two ramekins for me and the rest in a foil pan for #2 son to pick up at some point.

Oops - am late for church.  CUL8R

JaneS

Well, do you know how hard it is to do NOTHING.  First, I sat at the table and tried to "do nothing".  But I found myself first sitting, and the sitting and reading the paper, and then sitting and doing the crossword puzzle.  So I came into the office and first off, I sat down in the chair.  There goes the NOTHING!  Then I looked up some stuff on the computer, wrote down some phone numbers for tomorrow, checked my email, checked in on S&F and spent 15 minutes talking to Frankie.  Then Mickie was ready for a walk and it very hard to do NOTHING while you walk with a doggie.

This afternoon after lunch, I decided to try again and first off, I found myself sitting on the sofa.  There goes NOTHING!  Then I decided it was time for another walk with Mickie.  There goes more NOTHING!  And when I got back, I took up residence on the sofa again.  And I woke up 2 and a half hours later after sleeping away more of my NOTHING.

I've decided that trying to do NOTHING is a lost cause!  There's no way to just do NOTHING.  You can avoid certain jobs and do things that you enjoy instead.  But there's no way to "just do NOTHING! Mostly because even when you accomplish doing NOTHING, you're still doing SOMETHING!  You just call it NOTHING instead.   And that's my final word on that subject.  If anyone thinks different, I'd be happy to hear it!


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Shirley

I've been, read & got side tracked a number of times today. Before I forget again, my neighbor across the street has Baltimore Orioles behind their house, she asked me to feed them when they were going to be gone for a week. Has a feeder hanging on a post just high enough so I could reach and she fills it with grape jam!!! Just sort of glass dish with a wire holder. They are so pretty, now & then see one on this side but they know where the cats live. We used to see them before cats moved in. Their nest is like a little woven hanging bag.

I weed whipped the berm & around some young trees, my lawn guys don't do that...or rather they tend to cut into the tender trunks so I'm protecting them. Need to shower, feel buggy & know my hair is full of grass/weeds from the berm.

Nice to hear how everyone is doing... and the families. I'm not sure that our families realize just how much everyone in here means to each other, like good friends that lived next door long ago. Sweet dreams to all, in case I don't get back in tonight. God Bless.

JaneS

I'm tired out with trying to do NOTHING and not having it work so I'm heading for bed and (hopefully) a good night's sleep.  I wish you all a peaceful sleep and a happy, healthy tomorrow.  And may God bless us, every one!

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Lloyd Hammond

Good evening everyone. we had a great day. I talked Nancy into letting me take her and Our oldest daughter out for Noon meal. we have a good Mexican restraint close to us, a bit pricey but good food. we all enjoyed it. well I am going to post this and go take my shot and Pills and go to bed. hope to see you all tomorrow.

Lloyd

Denver

Stopping in to say GOOD NIGHT!

Lazy day around here....we did get my outdoor fountain filled and now it is running.  Got the hummingbird feeder filled with the nice sweet water they love and then we just enjoyed a beautiful day.

Thank you, AMY, for noticing the new picture of my boy❣️  Yes he is growing like crazy and it sure is nice to have him here close enough to see at least once a week.  Happy you were able take take the day off and give your bones a rest.  😘

LLOYD, nice you were able to take your girls out for a nice lunch.  Have your restaurants been closed due to the virus, and have just opened?  Our restaurants are still close....only outside pickups for now! 

JANE, I am happy your day of trying to do NOTHING is over for you😘

SHIRLEY, sounds like you had a busy day.....hope you had a chance to rest up a bit after your shower🥰

CALLIE, I hope your DIL continues to feel stronger and can go home soon after her back surgery.

Pleasant dreams to all.

Jenny

Shirley

Rick, reading back over posts I keep forgetting to mention how lucky your wife is that you can fill in when she has a problem. My father never cooked when we were growing up but I knew he did some of the cooking when he & half a dozen men went deer or antelope hunting. He told about how they all added pepper to the chili until so hot they were sweating in freezing temps. But when Mother got sick the last few years he did the daily cooking, along with what my sister took them and when I went I always took food. The last 2 years she lived we moved about 100 miles away so I could "run down" for the day to help. My sons help quite a bit, doing those "man" jobs, but I try hard to not bother them, they have their own houses & families to take care of.

When my kids were growing up they did whatever needed doing around the house & I expected/hoped my daughter would be able to earn as good of a living as my sons. She certainly got that right, along with raising 4 kids. She is the one that fixes the wiring or replaces the inside of the commodes.. and now that she is retired with that "golden parachute" can afford to hire the work done & flies off to baby sit her grands. Her husband doesn't have any hobbies so doesn't plan to retire any time soon, but like you, he can cook & did a lot of taking care of the kids when they were young. My husband didn't cook at all, but he sure liked to eat! He could repair anything but didn't wash dishes, do laundry or any of the "women's work". We actually made a good team, he gave orders and I took them!  ;D

Jenny, I'm hoping things will open up by the time we head west, concerned about "no fires" at the campgrounds. We can do without but the "boys" love a fire in the evening. Besides, we go into Buena Vista, Salida or the Mt.Princeton lodge for lunch nearly every day...but NOT for carry out! If the campgrounds open we will go and do whatever is necessary. I noticed how big and grown up Jonah is in the new pic. So glad they are back in CO. Andy's daughter whose job was abolished, found a new one as project engineer starting tomorrow so Andy & wife will be baby sitting their grands full time until schools & pre kindergarten open up. The other gr-parents had been sharing the job but are exposed to the world so not being able to "touch" the kids for a while yet. We have a lot of cases in this county so everyone taking the quarantine seriously.

Well, I'm rambling & should be in bed. Had a nap today and trouble falling asleep without my coffee. I quit when I was sick about 3-4 weeks ago and not willing to try drinking just yet. I got out the Postum, ever hear of that?  I'm drinking the coffee flavor & not too bad. My mother never drank coffee so that was her choice.

Amy, did you get your garden planted?  I would love to put out some tomato plants but too late already. I started the seeds in Jan. & put plants out by St.Patrick's Day, Burpee Big Boys & Early Girls... had tomatoes until mid Nov most years. Don't have yard space at this house.

Back to bed... Wishing all a Merry Monday (good night, Callie).


Gloria

Good morning everyone, after a few nights with good sleep last night not good. Too warm even with 2 fans going all night. No sunshine yesterday, good thing, or I really would have suffered with the humidity we had. Enough complaining from me.

ROSEMARY would love to walk with you but would be hard using my rollator on rough ground.

JANE  I know you would love that walk with different things to see. Alas my long walks are over. My kids and I used to love walking through the woods in back of our house. Today might run into a coyote or a black bear in those woods. Of course these days we have a lot of deer, too. I remember when anyone saw a deer  they had to tell everyone.

LLOYD  my daughter tried the sourdough bread starter and did not like it. Lot of work and she likes the sourdough bread.

JENNY  you are not the only one with a slip of a finger can delete something you want to keep. Your little one is growing fast, and is so cute.

AMY  more than once after a hard day at work I had cereal for my supper. I could not move the portable I have but it never cooled this apartment. Get the hot sun in the afternoon till the sun sets, too hot for me.

JANE  hope you had a long restful sleep last night.

CALLIE  I have been in that tube a few times and the noise was worse that laying still.

JANE  I chuckled with your doing Nothing post last evening.Even sleeping we are doing something.

SHIRLEY  wish I gad just a little of your energy. I have about enough to make my morning coffee and breakfast and do nothing much the rest of the day. Like you I dislike having to ask my sons to do anything for me but they tell me I did a lot for them when they were yound and it is payback time now.


Have a good day and stay safe.

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Lloyd Hammond

I forgot to say every thing is nice and green and flowers bloomed out good every where Irises and lilies and lot of other wield flowers that God put on the Sean. there is one wield flour that grows about two foot tall and has blooms on branches from top to bottom and is lavender in color. we have had a fat little mouse running around the house, but it got too handy at stalling the cheese off of the traps with out tripping them, but his luck ran out last night GOT it. so in the trash basket he went to be burnt today. see you all later.

Lloyd 

Amy

Good morning everyone...

Robins singing for rain at the moment, hope to hang laundry out so we shall see.
Yesterday was a lazy day.Jane I did do NOTHING for about 1 1/2 hours....slept like a log!!

Later in the evening the man came to pick up his trug and ordered another one for Kyle to make.

Today will pick up some plants, now that I know they are in stock at the store. One store that I normally get my plants is not selling them this year. While out will pick up an umbrella for our patio table too.

Shirley, no seeds in the ground yet, soil too cold still. I did put some in pots ready to transplant when the ground is ready. Tue ,Wed and Thur are suppose to get warm here. I did notice ice hanging on the rock cliff yesterday but soon it will be gone.

Better get

Enjoy your day everyone..
I can't change the direction of the wind,
but I can adjust my sails
to always reach my destination.

Jimmy Dean

If there are no dogs in Heaven, then when I die I want to go where they went. -Will Rogers

JaneS

Good Morning Everyfriend!  I did sleep better last night than I have in a while!  I feel pretty good this morning.  We'll see what the day brings.

JENNY, your little guy is sure growing up fast.  I bet you're delighted to have him closeby for a while.

AMY, Cindy (out in Texas where it's warmer) sent me pictures of pumpkin plants poking their noses out of the ground!  I'm keeping my fingers crossed.  Also wanted to tell you that while you were sleeping, you were NOT doing NOTHING.  You were SLEEPING.  It's nearly impossible to to actually do NOTHING.

GLORIA, you were supposed to laugh at that "doing nothing" entry.  You have a good sense of humor!

We have 4 minutes until the boinger and Mickie is already telling me it's time for breakfast.  So it's time to wish you all a lovely day.  Make it your own in every way.

And don't forget to share it with all of us!

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Rosemary

Good morning everyone.

I didn't get to post yesterday as my husband was sorting out a lot of problems with my laptop. I think he has now fixed it but of course as a result all of my bookmarks have disappeared and I am having to find my passwords for all the sites I had remained logged into for years.  Still, I am very glad to have him around to address these tech problems, as I have not got a clue about them.

Jane - you are of course more than welcome to walk along the Dee with me at any time! Yesterday I was so busy with gardening, then we did a big supermarket shop late afternoon, so I didn't even get a walk - it's only about the second day I have missed one since I came up to Deeside in mid-March. I wilkl rectify that today and do my longer walk.

So I have now sowed more seeds - some (borage, night scented stock, poppies) straight into the ground, as per the packet instructions, so I just hope I remember where they are, and also that the wood pigeons don't get them. The others - morning glory and parsley - I have started in small peat pots in the greenhouse. I also planted out more geraniums and other bedding plants, plus an anemone and an aubretia that I had found on B & Q's sale table - hopefully they will come back next spring. My husband bought two massive ceramic tubs in Aldi to put on our sitting room balcony, but as yet I don't have any plants to put in them - I'll have to have a think about that. When we lived out in East Lothian we had a similar balcony in the bedroom - I put out two tubs with blueberry bushes in them , and the wind came along and snapped each one in half. Not quite so windy here, but I'll still have to be careful.

To placate our other neighbours we moved our bird feeders to tree branches overhanging the river rather than the garden. This morning I noticed that the seed one had disappeared - went out to look and it is of course now IN the river. Husband is going to try to make a hook to fish it out.

Phyllis - I am glad you enjoyed Deeside. It is many years since I was at Balmoral itself, I don't think we even went to see the rooms that are open, we just enjoyed the beautiful grounds.

Not sure if I already mentioned that when we were out walking on Saturday evening we saw a red kite?  I was thrilled - I have seen one around before, but not often. They were reintroduced here a few years ago having been hunted almost to extinction - at the time there were just a few living in Wales. They are now a protected species - although unfortunately I have read that illegal killings of birds of prey have increased a great deal since the lockdown.

Gloria - I do hope you sleep better tonight. Even here it feels humid and sticky to me, and it is only 16C (not sure what that is in Farenheit - maybe 60F?).  Lots of people have been trying to make sourdough here, but it looks like an enormous faff to me - I do like to eat it, but there is plenty of bread of all kinds in the shops.

I wonder if it is all this forced staying home that is making me more tired - in Edinburgh I am up by 7 and at work before 9, leave there around 2 (am only paid to 12.30 but there is always so much to do), maybe do shopping on the way home, then when I get in I am usually doing reviews or house chores or something until I make dinner in the evening. And I rarely turn out the light till around 12. Here I am staying in bed till 10 (reading - still awake before 7), and by 10pm I am exhausted!

Grandparents here have been specifically told that they cannot mind grandchildren just now - also we are not supposed even to visit houses that are not our own homes, though the grandmother of our neighbours' baby has been round several times. I think it is because people aged 70+ are deemed high risk, and we are told all the time that the most important thing is to protect the NHS and do all we can to prevent it being overwhelmed and unable to cope. However, the English government is now very keen for primary schools to reopen on 1st June - this is very blatently a child care issue, as parents cannot work if young children are at home, but the teachers are very unhappy about being exposed to risk, and I can't say I blame them. The government has not said anything about senior schools, - which makes it even more obvious that the whole thing is about getting parents working, as parents of older children would not be hampered by them being at home.  Here in Scotland our First Minister has said that it is almost certain that our schools will not re-open till after the summer (though they remain open for the children of key workers and for those deemed 'vulnerable' - usually those who have a social worker owing to serious problems in their home life).

Yesterday I was in touch with a friend who is a senior nurse in the city hospital. She is normally in charge of orthopaedics but she has been moved to take charge of renal care, which she is enjoying. It sounds like things aren't too bad in this city, but it is hard to tell as the official figures only cover regions, and in Scotland a 'region' can cover a huge area with several different population centres and a large rural community.

Callie - I do hope your daughter-in-law continues to improve. Our doctors here are tring to impress on people that anyone with a serious worry about non-virus issues should still call them, and should not stay away because they think the doctors are too busy or that they will catch the virus if they have to go to the surgery.  It seems very few people have been calling their GP or going to A & E at the hospital. I don't think the GPs are actually too busy, as they are trying to have all initial appointments over the phone. Someone I know had to call them and she said her GP was very thorough and took great care to discuss her symptoms and prescribe something appropriate.

Can't believe it is already half past twelve here - I had better get on.

Have a good day all,

Rosemary

phyllis

May 18, 2020, 08:19:26 am #55 Last Edit: May 18, 2020, 08:26:18 am by phyllis
Cloudy and humid this morning so I guess that means the storm is getting closer to the N.C. coast.  Still forecast to stay east of us so we will likely only get rain several days this week.

I made my on line grocery order and David will pick that up on Tues. around lunch time.  I hope that I can get most of what I have asked for but we shall see what appears in the bags.  I think things are easing a little bit and the supplies are getting somewhat better.  Still some shortages on some items but we are managing.  Some retail stores have re-opened under certain restrictions but some places (barber shops, salons, etc.) are still closed.  And, oh gosh, do I need a haircut!  I have relied almost entirely on online delivery and have received nearly everything that I have ordered.  I've had to do a lot of searching on some things but have been pretty lucky.

Yesterday I made biscuits for Sunday brunch from flour I had gotten from an old flour mill here in NC that has been milling grain since the 1760's.  I ordered their Southern Style biscuit mix even though it was really pricey.  It was worth the cost!  The flour was so velvety to the touch and the biscuits were beautiful and tasted wonderful.  We loved them and I MAY order the mix again.....when I win the lottery!

Laundry day today so I must get my breakfast and get on with the business of the day.
phyllis
Cary,NC


CallieOK

Merry Monday,

Son texted about an hour ago that dil is home and "sleeping in the recliner. The dogs are happy again."  I replied, ..and so am I!"

The surgery was done at the Spine Hospital so there weren't any "sick" patients there. Son had to wait in the car until she was in the operating room and then was "escorted" to that waiting room.  He was allowed to come/leave to her room twice during visiting hours so stayed most of the day on Saturday. All went well. He said he stayed home long enough to mow the lawn on Sunday. 

Casserole is in the freezer and I made a blueberry dump cake this morning to go with it. He says he will come get it today.

The cottonwood "cotton" was so heavy yesterday that it looked as if it had snowed in my back yard this morning. Biggest issue is that the cotton gets stuck on the a/c coils and, last summer, caused the unit to freeze (literally ice on the coils).  Had to wait until that thawed before techs could get it going. 

Surely don't want that to happen again but I don't feel able to shove the trellis planters around and hose it off. So other son is coming this afternoon to take care of that.

Off to get some Domestic Duties taken care of and divide the dump cake in case both sons are here at the same time.  ;)

Wishing Everyfriend Everywhere an Enjoyable Day.



JaneS

Supper's in the oven and as soon as the beeper goes, we're having our evening meal.  Got some things done today and was blocked on some by "we're still closed" messages. 

Cathy has been doing my shopping and I've had yeast on the list for several weeks now.  Yesterday, she came home with a little jar of dry yeast for me.  It almost felt like Christmas!  Tomorrow, If I can find the recipe, there will be fresh bread in this house!

OOPS!  There goes the beeper!  I better get moving!  Loved all the posts today and ROSEMARY, the next time you take that walk, I'll be there if only in spirit.  Thanks for the invitation!

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