- Feb 21, 2019
LOL I have so much leopard in my wardrobe. Much of it in Brooklyn. But some here. I am rushing to place an order for something but just want to share some quick pics I have handy to show you how much I adore leopard. I will be back later to respond to everyone here though. Happy Monday girls!As usual we are twins I figured you had a pair! I have leopard dresses and shirts but this is my first pair of shoes!
Yes he can sleep with the TV on but he would prefer it not to be on. Though after more than 2 decades sleeping this way he is good. He has ear plugs but he doesn't like to wear them. I put on the closed captioning so I have the volume so low it is barely audible. I just read it and watch. Hahaha see? I am reading. Not books yet but trying to get there! I have way too many apps open on all my devices. That is a problem I agree. Woohoo to retirement soon maybe. LOL. I don't want to rush our lives away though Covid 19 I would like to rush away and say bah bye. Thanks for the congrats on the 7K. Given the weather that is coming and that is here at the moment we won't be moving the miles much further. Sigh. But we aren't giving up. And we shall see. No matter what transpires it was a good cycling season despite it all.@missy I totally loved seeing the whale pictures; someday I hope to see them myself. Can Greg sleep okay if you have the TV on in the bedroom? We had one in the bedroom at our last house but honestly never watched it. When I was in college I always had to have the radio on to fall asleep; it drowned out the noise of people coming and going. It took me years post college to sleep without it. I hope your phone quits freezing up; I am always kind of shocked how many apps I have open when I check. LOL. Yes, retirement does look better and better to me. Good luck with Greg’s tests. Woo hoo for hitting that 7K mark on the bike.
Oh I am so so sorry @marcy How terrible.We ran around a lot yesterday. We started with breakfast out then I donned a mask and picked up some groceries. Marty had a doctor appointment at about 2:30 and after he was done with that we went out for early supper. While we were eating Marty suggested I text some friends of ours to see if they wanted to meet us for a drink. Wee met them, played some cards then ended up back at our house for dessert. By the time they left the snow had started.
This morning I did my lifting and made homemade beef noodle soup. We had soup and cornbread for lunch; I am still full. I did get the laundry done and finished a book today as well.
A good friends of ours unexpectedly died last night. He apparently fell and hit his head on concrete. How awful. He was a nice and amusing man.
Not sure, I might have been stalking you.. But I have seen them. They really are soooo precious!!!!
Infection rate is getting sky high here. Dire situation as I see it. I am concerned. We are doing the best we can. Cycling and staying away from others and trying to remain active when we cannot cycle due to inclement weather which of course is happening more now that autumn is progressing. My nieces are in school for hybrid learning meaning some days in school and some days online. They are adjusting well. They are very intelligent girls though so I don't know how everyone else is handling it as I think it is quite challenging. But it is only temporary and just hoping we can all get past this difficult time safely.Not sure, I might have been stalking you.. But I have seen them. They really are soooo precious!!!!
The children and I are okay, just a little bored. The children are attending school again, Covid cases went down during summer. But are of course spiking a little again now, so everybody is starting the whole home-office thing again now. The government is pretending to do something to get the situation under control before the holidays. As of now, keeping schools open is priority number one, but we will see. How is things at your end?