SophieRosieMom wrote: »
Hey hey, it's the first of May!
Today is outdoor (making love) day! Behave yourselves, Pip & Kirby.
Barbie - thanks for getting us going in a new month. Your continual wisdom is much appreciated.
I was up at 3:30 and noticed the outdoor temp was 34. Our greenhouse is drafty and I instantly thought of my tomatoes out there where it's normally a few degrees colder than the temperature up at the house. So they are now safe and warm I hope under 2 layers of floating row cover draped over them, snug in their little crates.
Folks who planted their tomatoes already might be in for a nasty surprise this morning. Some areas close to me have 30 degrees right now.
For any of you with time to kill and still on Facebook, I ran across a neat site called "A Bohemian Seeking Rhapsody". Just a great blend of neat photos, quotes. That's where I found the braided dog, by the way, with the caption "For God's sake, Karen, when are you going back to work?" lol. Was that meant for OUR Karen in VA? What have you been up to??
Speaking of braided dogs, I messaged our groomer yesterday morning and asked when she is reopening as several in the area have, using the curbside service like Katla mentioned in Oregon. Groomer replied she wasn't aware of it and thought she had to abide by hair salon rules. and she'll check it out. I told her she could provide curbside service but hair and nail salons couldn't provide similar since authorities frowned on removing people's heads and fingers to take into the shop and work on. So we'll see.
Maybe the other groomers are bending the rules, I wouldn't want her to jeopardize her license, tho our sheriff and prosecutor announced they are going to be pretty lax on enforcing restrictions and long as people are using safe practices.
The county south of us has a large Foster Farms chicken processing plant; a few employees were diagnosed with glitter last week. The plant did not shut down, is still running and they've been testing on a regular basis. I appreciated their latest report, "only 11 out of 200 tested positive" and they are working diligently with the health department to keep the plant up and running.
Only 11 out of 200 instead of the world coming to an end and overreacting and slamming the doors shut. I'm going to buy some Foster Farms chicken if there's any on the shelf when I go shopping tomorrow, even if it is overpriced.
Barbara and SuziQ - thanks for the giggle about spouses sleeping through the commotion! I think mine would do the same.
Make it a great day
Chilly SW WA State
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