Katla49 wrote: »
Linda in N Ontario: I'd be happy to add something without peanuts to my treat list in case someone can't have peanutbutter. What ideas might be okay? In truth, I suspect we will not have many trick or treaters. There have been very few in our area during the past few years. I suppose that I could get individually wrapped chocolate. I thought about fresh fruit like apples, but many parents would worry about things that aren't wrapped. My grandmother used to have a bowl full of nickles beside her door. As years went by, she shifted to dimes and then quarters.Katla in NW Oregon
OregonMother wrote: »
I forwarded the test results to our COVID taskforce chair, and she said. Great. But if you still don't feel well, please don't come to campus. Lol
I have been teaching/working remotely this week, and it has given me an opportunity to talk to my students about our sick work culture -- the work culture that assumes you will work even when you are sick. If Brandy (the COVID taskforce person) hadn't specifically told me that I am not welcome on campus, I might have gone to work on Monday. Sad that I had to be told that when I am sick, I should not go to work.
Willamette Valley, OR
okiewoman510 wrote: »
Thanks for starting us off fresh for the month Barbie!
Got a surprise package in the mail today. My BFF sent me two bottles of my favorite wine. It used to be available to members of the winery only (which they were, which was where I first tried it). Now anyone can buy it but I'm too cheap to buy it . Now I need to her to come visit so we can enjoy it.
Okie in the TX Hill Country
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Machka9 wrote: »
From Action for Happiness ..."Life is far from perfect, but there are lots of reasons for optimism. Setting positive goals for the future gives our lives a sense of direction and purpose. And although we face many challenges there are also lots of reasons to stay hopeful. By consciously choosing our priorities we can overcome issues, make progress and focus on what really matters."https://www.actionforhappiness.org/optimistic-october
Faetta wrote: »
Rebecca I love sweet potato fries, especially with jumbo coconut butterflied shrimp.We also have a few small businesses that folded. Very sad indeed and I will miss those shops. We are having a lot of flu break out here. Several cases of the bird flu and so far a strain covered by this years flu shot. Lately most testing positive and having COVID have had mild cold type symptoms and that is good it seems to be weakening. I am still going to be careful as I always have because of my immune system. A cold can make me very sick.
Faye in mid-Columbia, Or.
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