Thursday, January 21, 2021

With bad news floating around, we B careful

  Memorable Automobiles from The Past:

Early 1950s Frasier, My Brother Junior drove one of these

For Today...

One of my favorite people (Mark’s former wife) Corrine has contacted the Covid. She works in a 2 person office and the other person is out with the Covid, she still goes in to work. She has a too-good work ethic.

Now our sweet granddaughter has come down with it, she works from home. Both these ladies work in import/export. Sherry called to check on them, “WE’RE FINE!” but Sherry says, “YOU ARE NOT FINE! Let us know what you need anytime…!”

Oh yes, we still have 3 cats here. GGrand daughter Stella and her other grandma have been feeding them long with Michelle next door. They were a little stand offish, but these other feeders have spoiled them rotten. I was petting them within minutes.

I wish I could figure a way for them to get in and out of the basement without letting the coons in.

I moved last Fall’s leaves to the woods, and I also have a riding lawnmower to repair, I did enjoy a good fire in the fire pit today. We have plenty of wood. We have lost two or three trees so far this winter; no damage. There are about 10-15 big trees that can reach the house, but they are very strong and well.

The temps here are good 40-50s mostly. Still awaiting more info on Brother Johnny.



Lisa said...

Well Im glad to hear the cats are still around and surviving. I bet they were actually glad to see you.
I would love to have a fire pit. We just have no privacy. last year was nice with no dogs around to bark at us as the one on one side of the yard passed away and the other neighbors keep theirs inside now. BUT....We have new back yard neighbors and they have two big pitbulls that bark at us while we try to do anything in the back yard. We can win for losing.


Mevely317 said...

Prayers lifted for Corrine and Sheree! I'm glad to hear the kitties are being loved in the way they deserve. :)

Chatty Crone said...

Oh my gosh - I hope they will both be safe.
Glad you still have your kitties - not the coons!
We have squirrels in the attic!

I'm mostly known as 'MA' said...

It does seem that many of us know someone who has had ovoid these days. There has been at least one case in our family, but thankfully only light and not bad. Howevsesr my SIL did lose his mom to the virus. It affects everyone a little differently. Hopefully your loved ones will soon recover. Glad you are keeping busy and enjoying your kittens. Life goes on and we need to make good use of our time while waiting. It's another cold day in Ohio with a high of 30 degrees today and the weekend isn't looking much better. Stay safe and keep warm.

I'm mostly known as 'MA' said...

That is meant to be many know someone with Covoid these days.

Candy said...

Praying for your girls with Covid Jack, January has been a very trying month! So looking forward to a Spring filled with new hope 🌷 Love you, habg in there...

Rosie said...

I do hope your family are ok and get through the virus without too many problems. The reports we get here seem to be that some people do have a lot of side effects from it. I hope you all stay safe and well.

Dar said...

So sorry to hear about the girls. I'll be praying for them. Andy had covid in Nov. and is still having aches and exhaustion. He had the fever for 12 days straight and my fear is it affected his lungs. I hope you two stay safe. This is a wicked one. Out of curiosity, are you putting in a small garden this spring? You could toss a layer of dirt on top of the pile of leaves, give it a drink and keep adding layers. By spring you'll have a nice bit of compost started....just thinking of your thick tomato sandwiches...yum
loven'hugs from up north where it's back to bone-chilling today with promises of warming into the teens....I gotta see and feel it.

Glenda said...

Echo the above, everyone has someone who's contracted the dreaded virus. Prayers for all. Love, Glenda