Random 5 for March 17 – St. Patrick’s Day, fruit, ads, photos, weather

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Happy St. Patrick’s Day and St. Gertrude’s Day (patron saint of cats) to all who celebrate. The beloved husband isn’t fond of the corned beef and cabbage thing so we will celebrate with steak or chicken. Definitely no green beer … Continue reading

Random 5 for March 10 – Health, feelings, change, smells, spring

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Recovery from accident – (Click here for post on it.) My brother is doing much better. I saw him flinging his cane like a baton. It’s only a matter of time before he forgets it somewhere. My sister-in-law will be … Continue reading

Random 3 for March 3 – Betty story, germs, weather

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I’m running on empty this week so there are only three! Betty story – With my sis-in-law in a rehab facility gaining strength I have some stories. She was on a semi-liquid diet – cottage cheese, soups, pudding and some … Continue reading

Random 5 for February 17 – Crowds, security, warning lights, animals, food

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Peopley – I have been visiting some relatives in the hospital this week. I don’t usually see large crowds since I retired. It’s amazing and amusing. Not only are there all different looks and sizes but manners too. Some people … Continue reading

Random 5 for February 10 – Running late, phones, messages, foxes, accidents

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Winter pond — I always post pond pictures when everything is blooming and pretty. Here it is in the deep freeze. This is a simple kind of beauty. You can see animal tracks on the snow where they climb down for … Continue reading

Random 5 for February 3 – Frozen, excuses, relatives, friends, groundhogs

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Pond woes – Something wonky happened to our outdoor electrical outlet which shut down the pond bubbler. It’s important to keep an open area in the pond so the gases can exchange and the fish don’t suffocate. At 7 a.m. … Continue reading