Wow, how time flies when you’re working six days a week and exhausted. Kinda gave new meaning to Sunday being a day of rest because all I wanted to do after church… was sleep!
A few updates since my only (non-recall) post this year except for Tyler’s birthday. I’ll try to get back into a post here and there besides just putting up pet food recalls. I see I started one from last August that I never put up. Maybe I’ll do a flashback and post it too. Who knows. The best-laid plans and all.
You Had Me at Meow my little paperback I was motivated to write because of Trinity has been out 6 years today.
I plan to spend the day with my family celebrating Jesus, the Greatest Gift ever offered to all. “For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life.”
Used to be cancer, now it’s Covid and I’m beyond sick of hearing the word. I think we are pretty divided about how to handle it. I posted a meme on MY personal Facebook page that and boy did the comments start to fly. Some came up with highly articulate things to say like “dumb” and “stupid”.
I quickly saw the divide between, “We’ve got to get the country back open before there is nothing to come back to” to “I’m gonna stay inside until there is no danger left from anything.”
Almost as bad as talking about republican or democrat. Geez. I’m all for you making the decision for yourself. If you want to go back to work and life. Go. If you want to stay home. Stay.
I was originally saving that headline for an old building that I knew would not be there for long. I decided to use it for this post. Our word for CCoH February was “circles” I can’t remember what or if I shared any? Here are a few pics for that.
The camera club, like everything else, is on hold because of the pandemic. I missed the deadline for “juxtaposition” anyway, even though that meeting was canceled. Now I can add “learn Zoom” to my to-do list before the next meeting this month. Continue reading →
Even though I can’t sing, I plan to take part in singing Amazing Grace from my front porch at 10 am this morning.
Amazing Grace, How sweet the sound That saved a wretch like me I once was lost, but now am found T’was blind but now I see
T’was Grace that taught my heart to fear And Grace, my fears relieved How precious did that grace appear The hour I first believed
Through many dangers, toils and snares We have already come. T’was grace that brought us safe thus far And grace will lead us home, And grace will lead us home
Amazing grace, Howe Sweet the sound That saved a wretch like me I once was lost but now am found T’was blind but now I see
Was blind, but now I see.
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Since I work from home, my self-discipline to get up and get stuff done has not changed all that much, except the amount of photo and book cover jobs coming in has slowed basically to a stop. We have been working in the yard more than normal. We usually buy stuff for the yard and garden. This year we’re transplanting and moving stuff around. Figure may as well take care of what we have already, and when I work in the yard, I have two things to show for it. It’s good for me and our yard looks better. Win-Win. If we’re going to be at home, our home and yard may as well look the best it can.
This year I decided to take a walk around the yard and see if we have any volunteers I can cultivate and move to where I’d like them later. I was hoping to find some fast-growing maple trees but as of yet, without the leaves out yet, I wasn’t sure what the young trees were. I did clip a straggler off the bottom of one of our maple trees to root it. I wish it was from one of the red ones but it was a wild maple that turns yellow. Still looks nice, grows fast, provides a place for squirrels to escape the outdoor cats.
I’ve been trying to add sorting and organizing to the days. I have been doing pretty well emotionally with the ‘safe at home” though. I’m not quite getting to everything, but just taking each day as it comes. Some are productive, some, not so much.