Archive for November 2020

Codger

We are having a lot of beautiful weather for November. My remembrances of this month are that it is usually dreary and cloudy. This year, perhaps nature is gifting us warm sunshine to help fight covid fatigue. Perhaps not, but it has been beautiful in-between the spurts of cold and snow and wind. I handle…

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Mighty

I’m continuing my discussion of masks from my last blog because of receiving such a large response. People are tuned into this subject. I recently had a couple of discussions about the fact that doctors have been wearing masks for over a hundred years. They do so because they know, and have known for a…

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Sense

My day went from building a fairy forest of mushrooms for my granddaughter’s fairy themed birthday cake, to limbing and sawing up branches trimmed from the crabapple tree, to fixing fence, followed by utter exhaustion. I did manage to finish embroidering a beaver and making a moose for the quilt, but that was as far…

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Buzz

Snow lays quietly on the grass, hiding the leaves yet to be raked. Most of them were brought down by the latest snowfall, only a few still cling to the branches. My son-in-law came and trimmed my crabapple tree, massively. I think he was hesitant to do as much as I wanted done, but I…

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Electoral College

A weekend of grandkids. The best kind of all. We had special meals (not high on the healthy scale but not terrible either), special fun, and fairy stories to go to sleep by. Work on the quilt is progressing. I may have enough pieces done now to finish it, but I won’t know until I…

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Back Burner

The election is over, at least the ads are over. Thank Goodness! Counting may go on for days, but one way or another, this most contentious, ugly affair is over. In less that two months, 2020 is over. Whoopie! I’ve never felt about a year quite like I do this year. I like the post…

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Deplorable

Deplorable behavior is deplorable behavior. No excuses. No justifications. It is deplorable. What happened in Texas was deplorable behavior. Not just illegal, unconscionable, and ugly, but deplorable. Once again, history repeats itself. Yikes! I’m trying to Christmas shop.  It’s so wonderful to breathe good air again. The snow knocked down the fires. They’re not out,…

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