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4/29/21 8:10 A

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It has been raining for 48 hours. Duke decided he wasn't coming in. He stayed outside. I don't have a doghouse so he pressed himself against the side of the house. Last night I said "You are coming in" got his leash and brought him in. Glad I did we had one heck of a storm. A lot of noise and looking at the left litter, it flooded from the middle of the road to half way up our yard and we live on a hill. If I stand on. the road my porch is higher then my head. At the house the porch is 6 inches above the ground.

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Hi again! Everyone must be busy and your weather doesn't look too great. We are back into the 80s with sun and wind. The neighbor who decided to cut limbs on his 18 trees finally got some company to grind up the debris and haul it away yesterday. Some of the leaves are still blowing over to our yard. I helped him stack some of the limbs and leaves and then we viewed the "pink moon" on Monday night. My husband has his CT-Scan for his lung cancer yesterday and won't know the results until next Tuesday. Meanwhile our Florida kids and their kids (16 y.o. girl and 18 y.o. boy) both had high fevers and chills and muscle aching after getting the Moderna Covid vaccine. They had problems for about 3-4 days. Just called to see how they are doing and they seem to be okay. Florida has had a huge increase of cases since spring break. I still haven't gotten any of the vaccines -- CVS pharmacy is supposed to get some doses soon. Just to add to problems in our area (and several other parts of the country) -- there is a disease in domestic and wild rabbits that is killing hundreds of them. It can be spread by domestic animals of other species, but is mainly fatal to just the rabbits. It started in the Southwest and now has spread to states all the way to Florida. It is called Rabbit Hemorrhagic Disease Virus-2 (RHDV2). Very scarey! Stay safe/post some comments. Our local schools are back to 5 day a week in school sessions, but parents can still keep their children home and use the Zoom learning if they have internet hook-up...

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Hi Group! Interesting comments about the dogs. We used to live in a quiet neighborhood, but now we have been zoned for industrial businesses. Our quiet road has 20-30 trucks on it now every day. Directly across from us is a roofing business. The guy decided to rent out space to a concrete company. They have deliveries at all hours of the day and night. They haven't started working there yet -- needed to have the building re-done for their type of company. Also across from us is a shipping business and a truck driving school. There aren't very many dogs in our neighborhood anymore -- two of them were re-homed because they kept running away; one died of cancer; one was given away because the owner worked all the time. Our dog is very lonely, but no one likes him because he is a very large collie-mix. People these days seem to prefer hunting dogs or small indoor dogs (there is a yappy small dog that barks at us when we walk by). On Tuesday my spouse gets a CT Scan -- first one since the chemotherapy was changed. The doctor keeps trying to increase the dosage of the medication, but that isn't working. Maybe we can just pack up and get to the desert. The cats will stay with someone, but the dog will go with us. Got cool here again -- no rain for most of this month. The trees are dropping big limbs. I heard one fall just outside the bedroom window last night. The trees at the desert house don't get too big. The ones here are huge (oaks and elms and cedar trees). Sure hope that dog you discussed is safe. Dogs should have owners who take care of them and not leave their lives to "chance".


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4/17/21 3:19 P

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Cathy, I saw the dog out on Cardinal. Now by TX standards Cardinal isn't a big road or very busy, BUT Where we are along the road there is a step hill and about 200 feet after you crest the hill is a blind curve. It makes me nerves crossing the road between the hill and curve. I saw the dog slowly meandering his way back and forth across the road like it was no big deal. I said something to the family and they just shrugged.

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4/14/21 7:33 P

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I feel bad for the dog. He might be okay, but an unleashed dog can get into poisons, antifreeze, barbed wire, fast moving car. Really safer for them if they aren't free range without supervision.

Buds is doing a lot of panting. Makes me wonder if something is hurting. At least he is not complaining.

I tend to repeat myself, but you prompted a memory. One summer DH and I had a driving paper route. He drove and I shoved the newspaper into the box, so our windows were open. Every morning we set off the first batch of dogs and could hear them barking down the chain just ahead of us. Considering it was only 4:00AM, I am sure the owners weren't too thrilled about the nightly announcements. It was fun to listen to them communicating with each other though.



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4/14/21 8:10 A

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I woke up with a splitting headache. I'm blaming that Great Pramise. At least it sounded like him. The owners say there is no need to keep him confined. He is so gentle. So he walks the streets. Last night I'm not sure what his problem was, but he barked and howled while he walked up and down our street. Every dog on the street howled and barked when he passed. I got up twice to check on my dog. he had decided to sleep outside It didn't sound like he was joining in, but I wanted to be sure. Then sometime after midnight a storm hit. I did bring the dog in then. It shut the other dogs up and I was able to get a few hours sleep. I have talked to the mayor, he is a regular in the chamber where I work once a week. He says they are so short staffed that somethings are over looking unless they get a lot of complaints. Unleashed dogs is one of them.

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4/13/21 9:21 P

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That makes sense. Also Houston is so humid. That seemed to dim the sun a bit compared to Las Vegas. Buds is barking for a walk. I better scoot.




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4/12/21 7:54 P

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Cathy, I did several 2 mile walks today. This might seem strange to some of you, bit the sun is brighter here than in South FL: and South TX. Yes they have bright sun, and yes it is hot and humid, but the one thing I'm having trouble getting use to here is the sun is so bright. I have been told and it sounds right to me is I was 7 feet above sea level and am now 850 feet above sea level and with the elevation the air is thiner and the sun brighter.

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4/12/21 5:23 P

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Walked three miles today in two walks day after second vaccine. Woohoo!

Buds is a tad miffed I didn't take him, but I am not sure he is ready to walk two miles in one walk. I wasn't sure I could, so I took hiking poles and did fine. Took him around park later to make the three mile mark.

Sunny all week. Wonder if I could get the kayak out......

TOPS tonight. I think my weight is down. It is in my scale anyway.



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Hi Group! Lots of "ups and downs" these days -- hope you are having a good Monday! Our storms never did much of anything, so we are back into the 80s and getting dry. My spouse is back to his chemotherapy tomorrow. We have been able to do some yard work. Today I spent hours looking in two bedrooms for books that our youngest son thought he had left here. They are older books that he read as a teen-ager and he thinks his daughter would like them now. My friend runs a huge bookstore and any books that are in good condition I take to her. We do have a storage building and they could be out there in with some boxes of stuff. My mother was a "pack-rat" and I am afraid I took after her. I admire people who don't "collect" things and keep surfaces clear of mail, newspapers, decorations, etc. Anyway, I found some things that I haven't seen for awhile and the little kitty is very interested in the boxes and being able to get into the bedroom closet now. Wednesday I need to get more lab. work done and find out if I do have diabetes. Using insulin is really better than the pills you have to take. My husband takes five pills daily to keep his blood sugar in a safe range and then also a shot of insulin that is "long-acting". So sad about more shooting everywhere. The one in South Carolina was especially sad -- the killing of a doctor, his wife, and two young grandchildren, and two repairmen who happened to be at the residence. Supposedly the young man had "anger issues" after playing football several years and sustaining several head injuries. He killed himself and the family has to deal with the after-effects. The shooter may have been a patient of the doctor (that has not been confirmed). The hundreds of caterpillars in our tree may have moved over to the neighbor's tree -- or else they are everywhere. My husband put some type of repellant on the tree truck where we first saw them. Take care, keep fixing all those problems that seem to show up unexpectedly, find something fun to do that doesn't involve work!

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4/10/21 9:17 P

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Pikachu is the only Pokemon character I know and that is because GD had a shirt with him on it.

More power to people who want to start over with kids in their 50s. It will keep them young. Anyway, I think that is why Mom and Dad lasted so long. They had to keep up with me.

Dad was 44 years older than me and I am 45 years older than my GD. I guess I did help raise her the last 10 years as her father decided drugs were more important than family. Although he is clean now and trying to get his life back.

Good news: For all the rain we have had today we had equal amounts of sunshine too, so I got more work done on the greenhouse.

Bad news: Furnace went out again and I had to plug in the space heaters again. Brrr....

Bad news: Four year old Bullet went out, so I had to pull the almost 50 year old Vita Mix out.

Good news: The Vita mix still works like a dream even on my healthy slushies. I tried the Bullet one more time before I tossed it and it worked. So it isn't quite dead.

Good news: Eyeballing under the stove. Thinking it might be time to pull it out and do a bit of Spring cleaning under it. The good news you ask???? I actually feel up to doing it. Woohoo!

Buddy is whistling while he is snoring. We are back to walking a mile each morning.

2nd Dose at 12:30 Sunday.......



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4/10/21 4:30 P

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Cathy, I only know the basics, they are forever telling me what I need to do to have better Pokemon. They have a good laugh at the way I pronounce them, but they have given up trying to make me say their types right.

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Hi Group! Did get to spend time with our 13 y.o. grand-daughter on Thursday. She wanted to stay home with her two cats yesterday and just read in the quiet house. She has 5 hours of dance practice today for her next group performance. My husband got weak yesterday morning and fell in our living room. It is carpeted, so he didn't get hurt. He still drives into our little town which worries me. He looks so frail these days. Since we are talking about thyroid problems, my husband has to take replacement thyroid after being on a medication called Keytruda for his cancer. Within three weeks, it had damaged his thyroid gland. Our son in N. California has to take thyroid pills after using too many of those caffeine "shots" that you see in gas stations to stay awake. The thyroid is a very delicate organ. Yesterday we did some yard work since the storms are coming again tonight. We noticed some big dark circles on one of the trees near the house -- hundreds of tent caterpillars climbing up into the branches. Also had a snake in the handle of a small hoe that I use to get rid of weeds. Things are "waking up" around here. Florida has been on tornado watch the last few days. Hurricane season is coming up at the end of the month. I may have told you that my husband's neice lost her 16 year old son in a farming accident about a year ago -- an ATV he was riding hit a low spot in the fields and rolled over on him, crushing him. Well, his mother who is 53 years old went to a fertility clinic to see if she was healthy enough to have more children (she has two other biological sons and her spouse has a biological daughter). She is now pregnant with twins -- a boy and a girl that are due in September. Both of the parents have large families around Turlock, California. Hope you are having a good month and can enjoy spring where you live without problems with the virus. We still don't have many vaccines in our state. Now the governor says anyone 16 years of age and older can have a shot...

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Wow Mary Alice, I am impressed. I go brain numb when the GKs start talking Pokemon to me. Too much to memorize.

Rain tomorrow for us too, then perfect Spring weather for another week. It is good to see the little league families in the park again.

Heading towards my daughter with her jewelry parts and sweaters she left behind end of this month.

Buddy is on .3 mg of levothyroxine twice a day. I am only on 100mcg once daily. That just seems like a lot to me, but the web says .1 mg for every ten pounds of body weight 2x daily. So the vet is spot on. He has follow up blood draw on May 7th to make adjustments. The flea tab she gave him didn't seem to bother him nor did the steroid. We walked a mile today, so I am rather pleased. Maybe we can make him more comfortable in his old age. Buds has a 30 day prescription and it cost $18. Not too bad.

We went out and cleaned on the greenhouse today. Got more stuff sorted for recycling. That feels good. Resting tomorrow due to rain and big day with second vaccine on Sunday.



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Hi Group! Another warm afternoon and more rain coming tomorrow. My nephew got better within two days, so he decided not to get the MRI done unless he has another bad "spell". The doctor he saw this week says it seems to be a migraine situation. Perhaps all of these "incidents" can be put in a data base and studied by the teams working on the after-effects of the virus infection. Meanwhile, I have our grand-daughter staying with us tomorrow. Did get to talk on the phone with the Florida grand-daughter the day after her birthday. Even with the seizures, she tries to do her dance classes five afternoons each week. Cathy -- will be glad to meet up with you in S. Nevada when we get all of our problems solved here. I still need to get more tests done to determine if I have "pre-diabetes" or full-blown Type 2 diabetes. My doctor only works three days a week, so it is difficult getting an appointment. Then, I will try to track down a Covid vaccine (Johnson and Johnson) shot. Did get our taxes prepared and signed and sent to Uncle Sam. That is one task that takes a few weeks each spring. Take care/keep posting and sharing your activities and stories about your pets.

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I started playing Pokemon with my youngest 3. Gives them something to tell grandma and we are 900 miles apart but can play together.

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Good news: Not covid and I feel like a new person again.

Buds has a low thyroid and starts medication tomorrow. Vet thinks his obsessive eating strange things might be dementia, which might explain his random barking. I am hoping it is a result of the thyroid and he settles.

More good news. The lawn maintenance people went above and beyond my expectations. The yard is so pretty. It makes me feel good.

Lennie, get yourself moved and I will meet you for coffee and tea on one of my treks to spend time with my daughter.

I too struggle staying connected with my younger grandkids. It takes a lot of work.



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Hi Group! A warm afternoon near the coast of South Carolina. Now we are in the 80s and staying dry for a few days. We did go to our son's house for an afternoon meal yesterday to celebrate my husband's birthday and also Easter. Got news from my sister in Weaverville, CA. Her son who lived with us for 10 months (about 25 years ago) and did his first year of college here in our area, was exposed to the Covid virus about three months ago. He is a 4th grade teacher and his three children and spouse got mild reactions to their exposure (at his in-laws' home). Now Caleb is having neurological problems such as memory loss and confusion. He is going for an MRI test today. Our family has a very strong history of migraines in various forms, which he may have or something more serious than a delayed reaction to the virus. I have optical migraines and various other relatives have the awful type with nausea and terrible headaches. My sister will let me know what the test reveals. When we had our meal with our son's MIL yesterday, she told us about two women who go to dialysis with her as patients who got the virus and have since died. They didn't contract it at the dialysis center. Dialysis patients can't get the vaccine due to the procedure removing the drugs from the blood. My nephew couldn't get the vaccine because he has severe arthritis from a disease he got in high school called "Fifth's disease". Our grand-daughter can't get the vaccine because of the multiple medications she takes for her seizures. So, we are more aware of what is available and whether our family history can overcome the virus without any vaccine protection. Meanwhile, my spouse keeps insisting we go to Nevada, but it really isn't safe to travel cross-country and with the new variants of the virus, his vaccine may not be sufficient. Our son who is a doctor got his two vaccine shots, but they may not protect him from the variant strains, either. He had a patient in the ER last week who was from a nursing home who was on hospice and he tested positive for the virus (and died in the ER). The nursing home said he was dying of heart disease. Hope you are having a safe start to the month -- it is difficult to listen to the news and hear all the latest warnings. Don't let down your "guard" because we may still be fighting this until next year. Hug your precious doggies and be careful. Now the "origin" of the disease may be from rats in China.

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I don't think my sons children even know they have another grandma. My daughters have been reminding me of the day they can come see me since I got my first vaccine shot. They have been trying to tell their parents that they are coming to visit me the day after my 2 weeks after my second shot. My daughter keeps telling them , NO you still have another month of school.

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Morning on this day before Easter -- froze again last night and broke records set back in the 1950s. I did bring in the plants I had started from bulbs and some of the ones I purchased recently to celebrate spring. Cathy -- we have no plans to sell the desert house. As soon as everything settles down, I am moving my husband to that house. Our kids can live in the one we are in now and our DIL's mother can have their tiny house. Time to "move on" and do things that we have put on hold for so long. We have no contact with our kids in Florida except via phone calls and sometimes an E-mail. Those teen-agers are involved with their high school and do everything with the grandparents who live a short distance away. My entire family is in N. California and Oregon. At last count, I have 24 neices and nephews (several have been born in the last 3-4 years). We will have a quiet day at home today. It was nice to see our local grand-daughter and catch up with her life. We see her once a month for a few hours. She is busy with 8th grade and her church and doing community service projects. Have a nice Easter week-end and enjoy the arrival of spring. It is so nice to see all the birds return to the feeders that I fill daily. A mean little woodpecker hasn't moved on to his normal home. Prayers for wellness and hope. Share how you are doing...

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Hope she is fine and if she has the virus she has a mild case. My sister said hers wasn't any worse than the flu.

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Hang on tight to that desert house. Housing prices are going up exponentially in that area. Apparently California has decided to move there instead of Oregon now.

Hope you can get the diabetes under control through diet and exercise or at least pills. The shots don't look to be much fun.

Happy BDay to your Hubby.

GD was sent home from work yesterday and got her covid test today. We should know by Monday.

Weather is so beautiful and I am pouting because I don't feel well enough to go out and walk in it today.



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Hi Group! Sorry I didn't get this set up yesterday. Had some blood work done and now have to go through more testing because I may have diabetes. Meanwhile, I am trying to put a bit of Easter celebration together and take care of my grand-daughter who is on spring break, and fix a birthday meal for my spouse. Weather has cleared, but gotten much colder. Didn't dye eggs with the grand-daughter because she is doing that tomorrow with her other Grandmother. We did a little shopping at an antique store looking for Easter decorations and got a few groceries. Our DIL says we will celebrate Easter and my husband's birthday on Sunday afternoon. Sure hope you feel better, Cathy. I still haven't gotten a vaccine shot yet. At least my husband has had both of his injections because the VA set up a special clinic. I mainly stay home, so do not know if any neighbors have had Covid. I wear my masks and gloves and long-sleeves and keep my distance from people. Don't think we will travel anytime soon. It has been 3 years since we have been to the desert house, so a few more months won't matter. We are going to have about 5 days without rain, which will be nice.

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