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Old 02/15/15, 09:40 AM
 
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Hi all, Hope you all are comfortable in the various storms. Here in southwest CO, it's like spring - too early, but we might as well enjoy it. My granddaughter has enlisted in the Air Force! She's 18, totally screwed up her high school grades, but got straight A's in her first semester of college. Various scholarships didn't come through, so her counselor suggested the military. She went to the recruiter and got a score of 97 on a test on which 68 would have been passing. Then went for the more comprehensive tests, and again got 97 - guy said he's never seen anyone score so high. Then in the physical test, she did 32 pull-ups! She was the only girl testing, and all the other men, including the recruiters were watching her. They say that with her scores, she can choose her job in the Air Force while getting her college degree. I'm so thrilled for her, - if she can just get through the basic training. She gave me a sticker for my car - "Air Force grandma". We've figured out that our family hasn't had anyone in the military since the Revolutionary War.

Her brother is working in the oil fields in Texas, making really good money. He's only worked for his dad before this, so this job is so good for him. Both the $$ and the self confidence. His boss is an old friend who knows and is willing to work with his need for some supervision.

My hours at the P.O. got cut - I leave at 3 now. At first I felt like I was playing hooky, leaving so early, but when I get home so early, I love it. I won't love the smaller paycheck, but to offset that, I'm making breakfast burritos and selling them up at the park. So far, the employees all really like them - only one day a week, and I do make gas money on them. I might start doing cookies too - there's not much choice up there, so home made things are really in demand. I can do that!
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Old 02/15/15, 11:51 AM
 
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Something came to me a while ago, about "stuff", and was reinforced this morning. I've written a lot about what a chore it has been sorting our parents' extensive collections and clutter. For me, much of it has no sentimental value. Every last spoon from a valued person doesn't bring happy memories. I suspect that those who may feel that way really have something not at all healthy going on. Today I unwrapped glassware I collected over a number of years, and which has been boxed up for ??? I brought the closed box away from my other house. Of some 17 pieces, I still like at least a dozen. They even have red tops There's only one item I didn't recall at all. That is going to make handing stuff along harder, I think. These are my old "finds".

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Old 02/15/15, 12:49 PM
 
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I agree, UseLess. I get looking at all the 'stuff' I've accumulated over the years, from my sister moving, my Mom moving, and just my 'collecting' and think what a nightmare it would be for my children if dh and I were to pass away. I need to note anything that is from grandparents or other relatives so that if my own children don't want them, maybe other family members would value, so they don't get tossed out or given away.

Cowbelle! Good to see you are alive and well over there in the corner! I think it's a wonderful idea to make the burritos and cookies! We have to do what we have to do! Congrats on your gd enlisting, too. I wish mine could have, but being bi-polar and on meds at the time, they wouldn't take her. I think the discipline would have been great, but she would never have been able to complete basic, I think.

We're expecting a storm which is on the wind now, so I collected as much kindling as I could, and we'll just hunker down and stay inside. Dh has a cold he's recovering from, so not a lot of energy there. Good opportunity for me to sort 'stuff' for Goodwill later in the week.

I'm going to seriously commit to losing weight, so have to get salad stuff and use the veggies in the freezer and eggs for some protein. I've gained about 16 pounds since Mom came here to live with us, so at this rate, I'll be a blimp by next year. I must take better care of myself! My attitude has changed, I'm accepting of others and my own failings, so will try to be a better person from here on out!
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Old 02/15/15, 04:29 PM
 
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I have a tendency to "collect" things too and I'm now getting past that. I'm marking heirlooms for my daughter, but I told her what she does with everything is her business. I'm encouraging her to keep only what she wants and auction off the rest. The family photos will be divided among all the kids, nephews, nieces - however DD wants to do that. Her being an only child, it will be up to her what is kept and what is passed on.
She's like me - she is unloading "stuff" and learning how to get rid of emotional clutter. This book helped me immensely: http://www.flylady.net/d/body-clutter/

The art reception, Friday evening, actually turned out fun. Everyone left by 8 p.m., so we were able to get the leftover food put away and everything cleaned up by 8:30. I made it home around 9:30 - I was so thankful!

DD, the kids and I had a great time at the OKC church on Sabbath. They have an active youth group and activities planned for next weekend, so, hopefully DGS will be able to go. I plan to attend church there with them at least 2x a month, until they get comfortable and well established with the congregation.

The granddaughters came home to spend the night with me. We enjoyed the weather while it lasted. DD came to pick them up around 2:00 this afternoon. Fortunately the bad weather isn't supposed to hit until this evening. The weather gurus are trying to figure out if the precip will be mostly rain, or possibly some snow and ice. It's hard to predict in Oklahoma, since we are between two jet streams. Sometimes it's a toss up.

I emailed my boss and told him if it's icy in the morning, I won't be in or I will be late. I generally wait until rush hour is passed and the road crews have had time to sand the bus routes well.
He emailed me back and told me not to worry about it. I have my laptop with me, so I can work from home, if need be.

I managed to get the kitchen cleaned up this morning. Now I just need to get the laundry done and the house picked up. I made hamburgers for dinner last night and we had some leftover, so that's what's for dinner tonight too.

I was nicely surprised yesterday. DH brought me a dozen roses, a card and a decorated cookie/cake for Valentine's Day. I sent him a Valentine's message on Facebook, but I forgot a card or anything this year. He didn't seem to care. He knew I was busy this weekend, so we just enjoyed the grandkids visit.

Have a wonderful Sunday, everyone. Stay warm wherever you are!
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Old 02/15/15, 08:16 PM
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I am on my second night of work. It is slower tonight, but it seems everytime I come in now, things are happening. I woke up around noon today and jumped on the tractor. I had seven logs to move. The tractor front end wanted to stay in the air, most of the time. It would not turn either. I was trying to use the brakes to turn, but those logs were too heavy. I did manage to move them, to where I wanted them. I got one more night to work, then a couple of days off. I hung the laundry room cabinet, I just need to paint the doors and attach them. It is suppose to rain tomorrow and get cold for tomorrow night. I see everyone is busy, with grandkids and such.

I did a head count here and I have not seen Michelle. Well, time for more coffee!!!
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Old 02/15/15, 09:36 PM
 
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I typed a big long post early this afternoon and it disappeared into the aether! Last night was bad. I have had terrible sciatica for over a week now- much worse than usual. Must hang on till 3/1 when I can afford to go to the doctor. Have been much less active than usual. Had to stop taking Naprosyn because of the bleeding- last night I figured between the bleeding and the pain, I will try to get rid of the pain now and worry about the bleeding later. I was up and down constantly till after 2 a.m. Apologized to GFB every time I woke him up crying with pain as I got out of bed. He kept saying it was allright but we're both exhausted now.

We were starting to pack up the car after lunch and Roadkill disappeared. We couldn't find him. Sometimes we find him sitting on the neighbor's porch- I was walking along their porch and stepped off the end into thin air. Maybe 3-4 inches at most. Landed on the SIDE of y foot. I
know I wrenched muscles as I did this once before on a hike in the Smokies with my Boy Scouts. It is occasionally really sore- like when I try to walk on it. Just sitting and typing, my leg/feet are numb as has become normal over the last 6 months. BUT I'm shaking like a leaf, which I interpret that pain is really happening. Will finish this and go to bed, I think.

GFB gave me 250 lbs of manure for valentines day!!!What a GREAT present!! I love it! We bought the pots for the new trees yesterday and I also bought a strawberry fruit tree (Jamaican Cherry, Muntingia) It fruits constantly, in small amounts thru the year. We had one in our backyard for years and loved the small, lightly sweet berries. Planted it in
the sand since the one we had before had no problems in the sand - they are shortlived, usually about 6 years or so, but frequently there will be a seedling coming up when the original tree dies. GFB dug the hole and planted it for me, this morning.
Lots of peas harvested and lots of tomatoes- yeah!!
I was planning on cooking but couldn't stay on my feet. Think I will have to search out an ace bandage tomorrow.
Cowbelle- congrats on the granddaughter enlisting!
Use Less- Cat food for 3 cats. They eat meal replacement bars, protein drinks, and ramen noodles.
Travis- keep the power crankin, looks like cold weather coming for all of us.
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Old 02/16/15, 04:00 AM
 
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GMBH, hang in there! I take two Naproxen twice a day, with omeprazole to protect my stomach, and gabapentin/Neurontin for the sciatica. All of the "playing outside" definitely takes a toll, but the fruit trees are all planted - and watered! - and the animals ready for this predicted cold, wet weather. Thank God for the coworker who came and cleaned the house yesterday. Love the smell of PineSol! Have a Blessed day and week, y'all.
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Old 02/16/15, 09:29 AM
 
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Westexas=You should check out the heritage Southern apples at www.bighorsecreekfarm.com and have you ever thought about trying the Reverend Morgan apple, developed in the hot part of Texas? I have ordered a couple for planting next winter. (along with the Brogden, from Alabama)
GFB is running to Dunkin Donuts for breakfast for us.
Still having pain along the side of my foot when I put weight on it. Guess I will be looking for that Ace bandage after we eat!
Would like to clear out some of the pots here in the city and try to get some things planted. Brought back some arrowhead from the lake to put in the pots where the lotus died out. Maybe God is indicating he doesn't want me doing that???
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Old 02/16/15, 09:56 AM
 
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The shovel-kid was here at 730 this morning. Not sure how far below zero it was. He said not so bad since it's not windy like the last couple days. Schools are closed for winter break this week. Really not fun. Those who don't travel will be stuck inside too much. It's just too cold to play in the snow. Feet deep but all powder due to persistent low temps. I am teaching noon to 530PM today, and then 2 1/2 or 3 hours Wednesday. Felt like too much to cram all into one day. None tomorrow. Mostly the families are south, except for the one in Hawaii. That is a different lifestyle. Blackie the cat came in for maybe an hour. He has been hanging out "between the doors". The back of the house has an enclosed staircase, screen door, landing, and then the solid door. My folks used the landing for cold storage, but it is way more comfy than the garage or outside. There was one scrabble in the basement, Hisser & Blackie, but not a major fight. Blackie came up the inside stairs and was crying at the door to go out just now. I hope the three may agree to disagree, so he can be warmer, though he is well-fed and protected as things stand. The sun is shining brightly.

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Old 02/16/15, 10:05 AM
 
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GMB - OUCH!
I've had a fall like that too, it took a few days of applying plantain salve to my foot and ankle and keeping it elevated while I was seated to get it back in good shape.
I giggled when I read that sentence about the manure. Only homesteaders and avid gardeners would understand being so thrilled about getting poop for Valentines Day!

Travis - Our neighbor ordered a fork for his new tractor, then welded on it until he got it just like he wanted, in order to move downed trees and heavy logs around easier. It sure is nice to have a neighbor who can move trees out of the way when they fall over the road. The east/west road south of us is our only outlet from the farm!
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Well, it iced over last night and then we got a trace of snow over that. They posted a 10 a.m. opening for the University, but I'm just going to work from home today. It's still slick outside and the temps aren't supposed to get much above freezing today. I can see from the news traffic is backed up everywhere. I'm not going to add to the mess.
I'm sure the bus drivers are happy. Most of the schools cancelled classes for today, so the kids will be safe and car-poolers don't have to get out either.

The horse woke me up about 7:30 this morning running around out in the pasture. He was ready to be fed, so I got up and gave him some feed and plenty of alfalfa to keep him warm.
I had leftover grease from making hamburgers Saturday and I've been pouring that over the food for the farm dogs. I give the old one an extra hip & joint treat every day. He's slow getting around, but at least he can move.

I think I'll get some more coffee and get some reading done. Have a good day everyone and stay warm!
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Old 02/16/15, 06:59 PM
 
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I want to thank everyone for the ideas for helping my mom eat without choking! While we already so some of them, I have to remember to just always make something she CAN eat, as well as things my dh and I like. It's difficult to see your parent turning back into a child, and I'm thankful she's as easy to be around...so far!

Welcome to Alice, sorry to be so late on that. This is such a great group of people, from all areas and experience levels. I learn something every day here!

I'm trying to see if Mom's petunias will reseed this year again, so cut off all the dead stems, shaking them over the soil and then watered it. I'm hoping by May and time to put them outside, they will be beautiful for her. She can no longer garden, but takes her walker out on the deck to water her plants every day. At least it's a little exercise!
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Old 02/16/15, 07:43 PM
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Vickie, I need to get me a set of FORKS for the tractor. I have also seen other impliments or homemade things for moving trees around.

Got up a little past noon today. Went out and sanded, then started priming the doors for the laundry cabinet. I also cut up some kindling for the woodstove. It is going to be cold tonight. It was already starting to rain and blow cold, by the time I was getting ready for work. It is Friday night for me, hope to not return till Thursday morning. The reason I am saving the oak logs in the yard, is I am going to build me a bandsaw mill out of wood and metal. I have seen some on line, so wood and bolts will be the main frame. I have been saving and collecting bearings, motors, wheels, and I already have the bands to build it. I would like to start on my off days, but it appears it is going to be too cold to work in the shop. It is not heated, so, I may just go see my dad or the wife and I make a shopping run. I do need to also get the molding and such for the laundry room and buy the lumber for building the lean-to. So, I got plenty to do. Well, You all stay warm and dry.
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Old 02/16/15, 09:02 PM
 
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Very nice relaxing weekend.Sat. went with daughter to Cincinnati to shop at Jungle Jim's to stock up on German food ,then on to Ikea. Found wonderful Gluten free cakes,what a treat.Even had time to stop at a thrift store and was lucky and got several sleeping bags to give to a group in our Church to take them to the homeless each week.
Yesterday was feeding the youth group at night that is always fun.
And today more snow but went to our sewing group.We worked on Pillowcase dresses for kids in Africa and shorts for the boys ,plus got several blankets knotted for the homeless.It's amazing what 20 some women get done in a few hours plus eat lunch and talk and laugh a lot.
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Old 02/16/15, 10:16 PM
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Well, I have been mainly working and sleeping. Had a couple long days this week. Always something happening. It gets old real fast!

Last week, I had an interview for Country Financial, an insurance office. I would be an office assistant. The interview went well, but that doesn't mean anything to me these days. I may or may not get a call for a second interview with their corporate guy. I figure either way, needed to get my nails done for the interview, or because I darn well please...whichever works.

Signed up for health insurance. Just waiting on the email so I can pay. Need to reroute my bills and split them up like I used to do in my younger days. I would split them in half so it wouldn't kill me. I really need to go back to that, as what I have been doing recently isn't helping during the first check of the month, at least until I get my loan paid off.

If I do anything garden wise it will be getting my perennial herbs in, other than that, not gonna do too much as it hasn't really been worth it to me. I want to focus more this year on what I can gather. Energy better spent, no money spent!
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Old 02/17/15, 11:29 AM
 
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Oma - I'm glad you had a good day. You deserve some relaxation after all you've been through!

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I'm back at the office today. The ice melted of yesterday afternoon. It was cold and dry this morning.
I went out to scrape my car windows this morning and discovered my back passenger window was rolled down. My oldest granddaughter left it rolled down Saturday and I didn't realize it, so I guess the seat got some rain and ice. It's a good thing we didn't get more rain than what we did, or it would have been a huge mess. That will teach me to check the windows after the kids have been in the car!

Since I got to work from home yesterday, this will be a short week in the office. Yay!!

I need to go buy dog food today at lunch, so I'll run what errands are needed while I'm out.
I made gluten-free walnut brownies yesterday, using the Red Mill brownie mix I had at home. It's nice to have a treat and not end up with a tummy ache.

We are supposed to get rain again this weekend and possibly another snow/sleet mix on Sunday or Monday. We have new coworkers coming on board the next two Mondays. The one due in yesterday had to be rescheduled for today. Maybe I'll get to work from home the next two Mondays too - wouldn't hurt my feelings.
DH said his commute to work yesterday was a nightmare on the interstate. Then once he got to work the parking lot was an ice rink. I've tried to convince him in the past to stay home, when the weather is like that, but he won't listen to me. I just say a prayer for his safety and let it go.

Stay safe & warm, everyone!!
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Old 02/17/15, 12:13 PM
 
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The sun is out, and no shoveling required today. That may be a 1-day thing. Well below 0 overnight. -6.9 on the side of the house, so out back, who knows?? Just tired of it. No thaws at all, and none predicted. Nightmarish to consider what the flooding may be like if this pattern persists. It's a school break week, so I feel like I should be doing vacationy things, even though I'm quite a few years retired from public school. I need to get going on finding an electrician and a plumber for upgrades and repairs needed here. Diner breakfast with my sister. She wasn't feeling very well, but I think it is anxiety, maybe some depression. Stuff used to catch up with me on weeks w-o school. She works as a p-t teacher's aide. My brother's family got caught overnight in Atlanta on the way to visit where his new job took him. He didn't have much to say the week before, and other things weren't resting easy on him. Makes me think there was something going on. Sorry to say, absent other info, that I'd guess his wife was being difficult A little lunch, and then maybe some chores. A happy Mardi Gras, y'all!
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Old 02/17/15, 12:44 PM
 
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It's Fat Tuesday (or Shrove Tuesday, if you like) Did anyone make pancakes? I didn't!
Soaked Pilloy beans overnight (Baker Creek calls them Marble Beans. Large, round, and a beautiful deep reddish brown) Now simmering. We discovered them at one of the bodegas and just love their taste. I need to get the turnip greens and kale started. I bought smoked sausage onspecial at Winn Dixie.
GFB worked this morning and is now out picking up our comic books and a new laptop computer for us. The other computer, not quite as old as this one, went to blank screen last week. GFB took it in for diagnosis and repairs and they called back to inform us "it has the blue Screen of Death!" In other words, cough up $300 for a new mother board and that may or may not resuscitate it. So buying a new one.
Am still trying to figure out how to get to Nova Scotia this summer.
My mother called yesterday and I missed the call- it was while I was out with GFB discovering my foot hurt too bad to do any kind of computer shopping. She then 2 hours later called GFB in hysterics that she had been trying to call me for weeks and weeks and I don't care anything for her at all and hate her and she's going to change her will yadda yadda. I checked voice mail and had 1 prior call from her a few hours before. She had assignments for me to carry out. She thinks that corporations are latecomers on the economic scene and un-American and she has figured out a way to get them discredited and gone from our country...It's part of the BPD. Ed tried to gently discuss with her the fact that the earliest corporations in North America predated the Revolutionary War and some of the facts about the development of the legal standing of corporations so they could be held responsible for malfeasance...her mind is made up- don't confuse her with facts. Then she told us she is definitely moving into a Life Care type community. Right before she got off the phone she demanded that I would come spend my birthday with her and "don't worry about GFB, if he has to work let him work and just you come over". I said I didn't think I would be able to and left it at that. She ruined our Christmas, she is not going to ruin my birthday.
Finished the 10 hour course on COPD and missed 1 question. Never been able to keep > and < straight. I am satisfied I understood the question, just as I said, the < and >. In real life I would've doublechecked the symbols or written them out- greater than, less than.
School for the dear grands in the Carolinas is cancelled for tomorrow. Poor DS- he doesn't care for winter and came back to a real blast of Arctic cold!
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Old 02/17/15, 04:55 PM
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It has been a cold, snowy month here in SE Ohio. I have never really liked winter and the older I get the less I like it! I stay busy keeping the fires going and I am trying to do all the spring cleaning that I can now, so when spring actually comes I can be outside.
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I feel almost guilty for enjoying beautiful sunny and 60's weather here when so much of the country is stuck in the deep freeze...almost, lol! We are getting more eggs every day - I even found a pullet egg in one of the nests today. Leaves are breaking on the fruit trees...no blooms yet, thankfully. Temps are dipping below freezing on these clear nights, but just to about 30*, so not too bad. I hope it's enough to retard the blossoms.

I split one of the big rounds of firewood today - had to use the wedge and maul on it and it was full of knots, so I stopped at one. I need to work back up to being able to split longer.

Spent a little time straightening up the hen house and chicken stall, put new hay in nests, etc. Noticed how low we are getting on good hay - Abby hadn't told me she finished the stack outside. I think we have enough to get through until the grass is growing well enough to stop feeding hay. Then decisions need to be made about keeping the horse and buying more hay this summer, or selling the horse.

Finished re-editing for Bret and caught up on facebook with my family. Looks like my oldest dgd is NOT getting married in July after all (whew, I'm glad - she's not mature enough at 18 and I want her to enjoy herself before making such a big decision).

Still not working on Calculus - I don't know if I should just drop the class for now, or make myself get with the program. I know if I follow through, I'll be glad I did. Just need to give myself a pep talk and try!

Well, the sunshine is still calling to me, so I think I'll get back outside and find a project - there is no lack of them to chose from, unfortunately. Take care, all!
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Old 02/17/15, 09:07 PM
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I did not realize, other parts of the country celebrate Mardi Gras!! I guess I never thought about it. It is a paid holiday for me, but that is also a contract negotiated holiday. I woke up at noon today. I could have slept LONGER!! I went out and painted again on the cabinet doors, put out the garbage, and took my bath heater out to see why it will not run long. I put it back in, so we will see. I backed peanut butter cookies, store bought. We have a granddaughter here for the night. That 9 year old is running the show!! I have plenty projects for tomorrow, so we will see what I get done. I got a load of cloths washing, but I am dead tired. See you all when my eyes are more open!!!!!!!!
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