Katla49 wrote: »
Allie – It is good that your friend Jim has moved into the complex where you live. Having good friends close by is good for you and for him. Bananas & Oranges – Like Machka, I also wonder whether your sister was wearing a bike helmet at the time of her accident. I wear a helmet to ride a horse, and also to ride a bike. I hope things turn out well for her. :flowerforyou:Peach & Barbie – I bought more yarn and started over. I enjoy knitting & I am making progress. The baby is not due until late October. Our living room couch is full of my knitting project. :ohwell:Rebecca – I love blueberries! Machka – We are now free of masks at the grocery store and other public places. People with health issues are still wearing masks in public for self-protection. Grocery stores in our town are open for business to everyone, and some of those customers still prefer to call in their order and have it delivered to them in their cars in the parking lot. :flowerforyou:Tracey – Your youngest daughter did a beautiful job in the craft room. :bigsmile: Going to the airshow with your eldest daughter & grands sounds like good fun. :bigsmile:Carol – I hope you were able to get your car air-conditioning recharged. There isn’t much more miserable than a hot car on a hot day. :noway:Penney – So happy for you! Spending time with your daughter and her fiancé is wonderful. Anne – Welcome! Heather – Sorry to hear that your niece and her boyfriend have covid despite having two jabs. I hope it is a very mild case. Allie – I envy you for being able to get your dog, Homer for a visit along with Alfie. Our dog passed away and I miss him soooo much! We will be travelling in October for the birth of DS and DDIL’s second baby. We will be the baby sitters for our grandson while they are in the hospital for the birth of #2. We will start looking for a pup as soon as we get home again. Dogs are excellent companions. I miss ours. Barbara – The fox blanket is beyond cute! I may give it a try once I get the knitting is done. I created eyes for a previous blanket. Ears & a nose may be fun, too. :bigsmile:
The deer ate part of my tomato plant and I rescued it. I moved it onto our fenced deck. Deer live among us right in the middle of town. :grumble: I will be knitting today —Katla in NW Oregon
Katla49 wrote: »
I am at the fitness club watching men’s ping pong and pedaling a stationary bike. Yoga will begin about 30 minutes from now.
It seems odd that ping pong is an olympic sport. I think about track, swimming, weightlifting & equestrian competitions along with gymnastics as Summer Olympic sports.
I plan to watch later today while I knit.
zagadee wrote: »
Hello Beautiful people 😃
Am new here trying to find a partner who we can support each other on this journey I need motivation I have been struggling for all my life am 50yrs now hope anyone can understand.
We can motivate, support, encourage, advise each other I stay in Georgia Augusta.but still can we find ways to uplift ourselves throughout
auntiebk wrote: »
@Pdd1216 Those doggoned steroids, helpful but so hungry making. New decade this weekend? Birthday? Or Scale Victory? Either way congratulations!
Vickil57 wrote: »
Rebecca--Great news about DS, just wonder what the point was.
Terri--Happy Anniversary. 55 years something to be very proud of. I agree the years are flying by.
I hae been trying IF and doing 13-14 hours. Problem is my fasting blood surgars in the morning are high. I am usually 110 or below, but since doing this 140-150 or higher. I have only been doing this 6 days. Any ideas on what I can do. Thanks
Pip--Could you PM me your message and I would like to send a donation.
RV Rita--Great looking men in your famiy. Enjoyed the walking pictures.
Tracey--Sounds like you had a good weekend all the way around. Family time is the best.
Julie--How scary for your sister. Sounds like you have made a wise choice for this time about traveling there.
KJ--What an eventful trip. Glad you had a good time and got home safe.
I had the last 3 days off and they just flew by. The funeral for our friends son was very nice and had a good showing of people, was happy about that.
Saturday we went to Lincoln to visit my friend in the home. She is getting out to activities they are having and glad about that.
Sunday we taught Sunday school at church and in the afternoon went to Kansas and had supper with DSIL. Now I work the next 4 days and since end of the months have report to get done and have an department pizza meeting tomorrow.
Blessings, Vicki GRAND ISLAND NE
skuehn48 wrote: »
My mother is going to be moving in with DD and me the beginning of September. She will be 97 next Sunday and has decided she wants to quit driving and could use a little more help with some things. So yesterday we moved a new bed into our guest room. We moved the daybed that was in the guest room into the library and the setee that was in the library into the living room. We also put a new nightstand in the guest room and mom's desk and a chair will go there. DD will take the nightstand that was there and her current one will go on freecycle. We had a struggle getting the daybed moved but we and it survived. We have company coming this week so needed to get things done.
KJ - Sounds like an exciting end to your adventure. Glad you had fun.
Rebecca- you need to take a run over here from Whidbey. You could help me pick blueberries and take lots home with you. Our bushes have so many berries this year the branches are bent nearly to the ground. I have 8 quart bags of berries frozen and picked enough for another this morning.
Tracy - Love the craft room. Would she like to take a crack at my library?
Everyone take care Sue in WA
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