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Life as a Barren Desert
Are you used to the new normal yet? We are trying but it is not fun. I have amused myself by buying Christmas presents on line and getting that out of the way.
Ted has imposed a bed time of 8 p.m. and I am tired by that time because by 4 a.m. I have had plenty of sleep. It gives me some time to myself also in a quiet house. Jose gets up with me and lounges around my feet.
I miss Linda and my grand children a lot. I am dreading the holidays because they will be so lonely. We are going to celebrate Thanksgiving very early in my Sister's back yard while we can congregate outside. We are not having the traditional menu. I think it is going to be fried chicken, potato salad etc.
The dog walking is my means of socializing. Julia is fostering a lovely Blue Heeler and he is such a sweet dog. He shows signs of having been abused. He is afraid of men and one of his hind legs has been broken at one time. Being outside is golden.
I am picking up groceries for a neighbor today so that she can have the wine and chocolate she craves. Her daughter is a real bitch
and will not allow her to indulge herself. She is skinny as a rail, missing her two front teeth and bent over terribly from arthritis.Her little white poodle is her life.
posted on Sept 27, 2020 2:31 AM ()
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