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I have been working since all of this started. The vet clinic has been deemed essential. I had to go to the doctor for a bad dog bite and he was questioning why the vet clinic was open. I asked him if he was willing to do a C section on a cow or a dog. I will say our clinic has been so busy. Don't know if it is because people are home and getting stuff done or if they know they will be out of money in a little bit and are trying to get it out of the way before they run out. I used curb side service to go get pets and they went right to the tub when I got them inside. But that is my protocol anyway. I hate working on dirty dogs. I lived through the Hong Kong virus and it killed over 100,000 in 1968-1969. And that was during Woodstock. Also lived through Ebola, Asian, Swine, Avian and whatever since 1951. Even survived Y2 K. I mask up if I go to town. Our little town lost two of its restaurants because of this and I know groomers that are filing bankruptcy as we speak. Wyoming has had 7 deaths and South Dakota I believe has had 11 and that governor didn't shut down anything. My philosophy is if you are afraid, stay home.
Dang Sandy - Hate to hear about the bite ! Fill us in here - what happened ? Hope your healed up OK !

Love to read your life experiences , I to made it threw most of them , but just a little younger then you , But there is one big difference , and that is where you live verse us - we are a donut county of Marion County = Indianapolis - lots in my area work at Nap Town and shop there - or well , they did , Indiana has opened up some , we also have 2 nice restaurants here offering pickup , till last week and then got to reopen , very limited seating , Indy is still on lock down and now they are driving out here to Shelby County to eat out .

I make a call over to the Vets once a week to check in as they are all our friends - Vets included , They pick up the critters in the parking lot and then take them in and back out , Like you , they seen a big increase last week , I think some of that was our lock down and in general - nobody wanted to risk there animals being any one other than there owners .

This virus is more contagious than the ones we have lived threw in the past Sandy - So call Ken Chicken , LOL But we will opt to stay home for now .

BTW - Maybe we need to look for a ranch out in Cowboy Country
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Home sewing machines don't do the same stitch that you see on store bought clothes, which will pull out if you pull on the right thread. But the row of stitching can loosen up at the end, so it is always a good idea to sew in reverse along the same line of stitching for a half-inch or so, because all of that crossing over of the stitches will hold it all in place. Or you can pull both thread ends to the same side and knot them, or knot them where they run off the edge of the fabric. If you're going to fold the fabric over and sew another seam in somewhere, you may not need to do anything to knot that seam anyway.
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As melbrod said, different types of stitching, on different types of machines.

Most store-bought clothes are sewn with what's called a serger, that does a type of stitching called overlock that uses three spools of thread. It also usually has a cutter that trims excess material as the garment is sewn.

A typical home sewing machine will do what's called a lock or chain stitch, that uses a spool of thread on the top and a smaller spool called a bobbin on the bottom.

Bobbins can be.... interesting. The bobbin in my (1956) Singer is easy to load. You just drop the full bobbin in, run the thread through the slot, and turn the flywheel to have a loop of top thread come around and catch the bobbin thread. My mom's older (1948) Free-Westinghouse, on the other hand, was a right royal pain to get the bobbin in correctly. You had to pull the bobbin holder out, out the new bobbin in, then reach back down into a small, dark space and try and put the bobbin holder back in the feel. Then you had to hold the bobbin thread at just the right angle for the top thread to catch. Oh, and you couldn't use a Singer bobbin in the Free-Westinghouse, and you couldn't use a Free-Westinghouse bobbin in the Singer because they were different sizes. Yeah, that's a lesson you learned early on.
Yep, Ken, as said above, what most of us do is called a "backstitch"...there's a setting on the machine that reverses the direction of the stitching. So, you start sewing a "line" and then you reverse the stitching and sew back over what you just sewed for a bit, and then go forward again. That prevents the stitches from coming out. It's the first thing you do as you start your seam. I don't have a fancy machine with a serger, so that's how I do mine.

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I have been working since all of this started. The vet clinic has been deemed essential. I had to go to the doctor for a bad dog bite and he was questioning why the vet clinic was open. I asked him if he was willing to do a C section on a cow or a dog. I will say our clinic has been so busy. Don't know if it is because people are home and getting stuff done or if they know they will be out of money in a little bit and are trying to get it out of the way before they run out. I used curb side service to go get pets and they went right to the tub when I got them inside. But that is my protocol anyway. I hate working on dirty dogs. I lived through the Hong Kong virus and it killed over 100,000 in 1968-1969. And that was during Woodstock. Also lived through Ebola, Asian, Swine, Avian and whatever since 1951. Even survived Y2 K. I mask up if I go to town. Our little town lost two of its restaurants because of this and I know groomers that are filing bankruptcy as we speak. Wyoming has had 7 deaths and South Dakota I believe has had 11 and that governor didn't shut down anything. My philosophy is if you are afraid, stay home.
Sandy, I just have to say how thankful I am for all the veterinarians and their staff. Sypha had to go into the vet yesterday. Our vet is also doing "curbside pickup". I don't know how she managed to do it, but somehow she must have thwacked herself in the face, I guess. Yesterday morning her eye was all squinty and red, so I called, and they squeezed us in for an appointment (they were all booked, but of course it was urgent). I'm glad they did - the pressure in the eye was off, and the other eye showed evidence of a healing scratch. So she's on two different eye ointments and pain meds. They told me she was amazing for them - so happy and tolerant of the handling, and I thanked them profusely for all they are doing right now under such hard conditions. I adore my vet and their staff. We have a decade long relationship - I'm so grateful to them. I can't imagine how hard it is for them to work like this. I'm sorry you have to be doing it, too, and I hope you have some owners that are telling you how appreciative they are.
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And yes, that is a cotton swab that is holding the thread. The plastic spindles broke off ages ago. Oh, and if you are wondering about the "Special" on the stitch selector dial, that is so you can use cams, or "fashion discs" to make fancy zig-zag stitches. https://www.oldsewingear.com/blog/which-disc-is-which
Question Rosemary : )) Does your machine have the peddle under it you work back and forth to make it work ? My Grandma had one like that , for some reason , that just amazed us kids back then .
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Question Rosemary : )) Does your machine have the peddle under it you work back and forth to make it work ? My Grandma had one like that , for some reason , that just amazed us kids back then .
Nope, it's electric. So was the Free-Westinghouse. Mama did buy a treadle machine, but the belt was broken, so it got used for decoration, not sewing.


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Our PA County is moving to the Yellow Stage on Friday. Not sure what all be opening up. Have to look on the State's web site. I am still very uneasy about going out and about and have done that in very limited amounts. Did get to the nursery for my garden veggies and some annuals but got there right when they opened so not a lot of people. Hubby and I still plan on staying up here on the hill in the middle of nowhere for the time being and only going out when going to the grocery store or gas or stuff for hubby's tractors. Drogo was supervising the mowing of the hill:





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Dang Sandy - Hate to hear about the bite ! Fill us in here - what happened ? Hope your healed up OK !

Love to read your life experiences , I to made it threw most of them , but just a little younger then you , But there is one big difference , and that is where you live verse us - we are a donut county of Marion County = Indianapolis - lots in my area work at Nap Town and shop there - or well , they did , Indiana has opened up some , we also have 2 nice restaurants here offering pickup , till last week and then got to reopen , very limited seating , Indy is still on lock down and now they are driving out here to Shelby County to eat out .

I make a call over to the Vets once a week to check in as they are all our friends - Vets included , They pick up the critters in the parking lot and then take them in and back out , Like you , they seen a big increase last week , I think some of that was our lock down and in general - nobody wanted to risk there animals being any one other than there owners .

This virus is more contagious than the ones we have lived threw in the past Sandy - So call Ken Chicken , LOL But we will opt to stay home for now .

BTW - Maybe we need to look for a ranch out in Cowboy Country
The dog bite was from a hound mix that was a new client. I knew he was kinda sketchy just by watching him. Took everything very slow, lots of praise. Didn't try to clip his toenails, just Dremel because I was afraid he'd blow up. Got three feet done and he just went ballistic. He had a muzzle on and my groomer's helper which connects his front end to my grooming arm. He got out of the muzzle and the helper and literally tore my grooming arm off the table. I have one of the best tables that you can buy ($2800.) and I have never had that happen before. When I was trying to get him off the table, he reached around and grabbed my forearm. I put a slip lead on him and put him up. Called the owner and was telling him about what happened and all he said was " Yeah, he's really touchy about his feet." Never warned me or anything. I got $65.00 for the groom and the dr bill was over $300.00 with antibiotics and a tetanus shot. I love my job!

In regards to Corona, I realize that our wide open spaces and our average 6 miles between people has kept our numbers down, but most everyone out here is exposed to dirt. And I firmly believe that dirt is the best immunity there is. That is why farm kids have a better immunity than city kids. I feel that if everyone stays home and keeps disinfecting their countertops, their immunity will be lessened when they do come out. Immunity is built by touching, things in our mouths etc. And not doing that suppresses the system. But then I had no qualms about eating an apple while I was cleaning the afterbirth out of a cow. Just never took the apple out of my mouth. LOL
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The dog bite was from a hound mix that was a new client. I knew he was kinda sketchy just by watching him. Took everything very slow, lots of praise. Didn't try to clip his toenails, just Dremel because I was afraid he'd blow up. Got three feet done and he just went ballistic. He had a muzzle on and my groomer's helper which connects his front end to my grooming arm. He got out of the muzzle and the helper and literally tore my grooming arm off the table. I have one of the best tables that you can buy ($2800.) and I have never had that happen before. When I was trying to get him off the table, he reached around and grabbed my forearm. I put a slip lead on him and put him up. Called the owner and was telling him about what happened and all he said was " Yeah, he's really touchy about his feet." Never warned me or anything. I got $65.00 for the groom and the dr bill was over $300.00 with antibiotics and a tetanus shot. I love my job!
Don't you just love when you KNOW you're going to get bit by the dog in front of you? We had a puppy in classes like that - he was terrified of everything, and I'm not sure if that was environmental or breeding, but he tagged my boss and me his first time in class.

He'd slipped his collar and we had to grab whatever we could to get him out from under a car before he really took off. Adorable puppy but YIKES. My boss bore the brunt of it and needed some first aid, while I just had some knuckle scrapes.

I'm glad you're ok. Sorry that one cost you.

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I don't know that I agree with this. I was always in the dirt as a kid, and I was always sick. Knew a bunch of kids who always had weird illnesses and were also always digging in the dirt.

(But maybe that comes from growing up near a proving ground, where mustard gas was a constant risk? IDK.)
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Our PA County is moving to the Yellow Stage on Friday. Not sure what all be opening up. Have to look on the State's web site. I am still very uneasy about going out and about and have done that in very limited amounts. Did get to the nursery for my garden veggies and some annuals but got there right when they opened so not a lot of people. Hubby and I still plan on staying up here on the hill in the middle of nowhere for the time being and only going out when going to the grocery store or gas or stuff for hubby's tractors. Drogo was supervising the mowing of the hill:





Nice tractor and Woods Mow Dax ! For Christmas - you can Call the Deere Dealer and order him a new one with a Cab ! + A/C AND Stereo
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We keep hearing of a report presented by the CDC ......thought this was interesting and wanted to share.


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Thanks Sandy ! Love to read your Wide Open Spaces stories on here ! What a dog story ! Nice guy huh ? Glad it was not worse !

6 miles average to a neighbors ? WOW - We could sure go for that , I just hope that this crap goes away soon , we would love to load up and take a trip to your part of the world ! and then down to OK , want to see the ranch that Ree and Ladd tend too .

Well if the dirt deal works - then we are good to go here , LOL All the dust I have eat over the years , both cattle and farm , Then we should never get it , LOL

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They actually already released their update yesterday. They were forced to remove guidance for faith communities.

Update is here: https://www.cdc.gov/media/releases/2...rces-open.html

Direct link to the guidance doc is here (scroll down to page 40 if you just want the guidelines): https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019...9-Response.pdf


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Actually ECIN, he is looking an X-Mark Zero Turn mower for the top part of the property. We currently mow with my John Deere 420 and he has his Farmall A and Farmall 140 but they are all very old and before they need extensive work, this is what he is thinking!
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They actually already released their update yesterday. They were forced to remove guidance for faith communities.

Update is here: https://www.cdc.gov/media/releases/2...rces-open.html

Direct link to the guidance doc is here (scroll down to page 40 if you just want the guidelines): https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019...9-Response.pdf
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We found out yesterday that we'll be working from home through June. I really tried to stick to our regular routine, but that has gone out the window!
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Actually ECIN, he is looking an X-Mark Zero Turn mower for the top part of the property. We currently mow with my John Deere 420 and he has his Farmall A and Farmall 140 but they are all very old and before they need extensive work, this is what he is thinking!
Dax - I brought a zero turn about 7 years ago - a Snapper Pro - its a commercial grade mower - it will fly - I can cut grass at 13 mph ! The only bad thing is if your yard is ruff ( like mine is some areas ) it will hurt your lower back ( Kidney punch ) is what I call it , lol Sometimes I can't walk very well the next day from it , just a heads up for Mr. Dax

My advise is to stay with the commercial grade type - but sit down before they give you the price - lol Mr. Dax will love it !!! BTW mine is a 61 inch cut , wanted to trade this spring , but with very poor crop prices the past 3 - 4 years , Mrs. did not like my idea , It was wanting to go to a 72 inch cut - we have 5 and a 1/2 acres here then I also cut over at the main farm .

BTW , Did I say Mr. Dax will love it !
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Ken...

My honest feeling is the world is changed forever. Maybe it's because I'm a pessimist, or GenX, or because I have too much information from people who are in health care, epidemiologists, biologists, or what have you, but...it feels like there is a fundamental shift happening. I don't know that I can put it into words, or what it will ultimately be. When I read about the fact that now a mink has infected a human, when previously they said animals couldn't infect us, and prior to that it was that animals couldn't get infected, but oh yeah, now we've identified infection in dogs, cats, ferrets, tigers, minks...I just feel like the virus is ever-evolving. And I don't know if that means we're simply going to live with it forever.

There are days...I just don't know.
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MeadowCat,

At one time I thought about epidemiology as a career but I did other things instead--and I've got just about enough knowledge to be kind of dangerous.

BUT things like this particular pandemic change the world as we know it--it happened after the Spanish flu epidemic, it happened with earlier epidemics (like the black plague) and introduced diseases (like measles and smallpox introduced into the "new world" of North, Central and South America. As well as things introduced from the "new world" to Europe (like syphilis).

Some things will never return to the previous "normal" and whatever arises from conditions resulting from COVID-19 will ultimately become the new 'normal'.

In some ways I think the pandemic has just accelerated some changes that were already occurring--less interpersonal contact, more people being more or less isolated because of 'working at home'--all to some degree occurring because computers, telephones and the internet have made continuous contact so simple.

Exactly what changes and how they will eventually affect us all remains to be seen.

From the stay home, stay pretty isolated, hand washing, mask wearing dobebug (who to the extent I really really miss anything at this point it's libraries.)

Corona viruses are a pretty big group and as a type are know to be pretty quick to mutate (the common cold is caused by a bunch of different viruses--including many corona's which is why there are so many colds that it seem you catch them over and over. You don't really but you do catch the mutated varieties.)

I think that was one of the factors that scared so many of the microbiologists and epidemiologists early on when there were so many reported cases and deaths in China.

And it's my a little bit of dangerous knowledge that drives me mad when the POTUS does not listen to his science advisors and continues to issue incorrect, unprovable and ignorant statements about the COVID-19.

Now I'll get off my soapbox and concede that I know no more than the next person--this is just supposition on my part. and now I'll go to the store...

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From the stay home, stay pretty isolated, hand washing, mask wearing dobebug (who to the extent I really really miss anything at this point it's libraries.)

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Just had to address the libraries part...do you have a Kindle? Or a Kindle app on a tablet? I just got a new tablet (and it is a really inexpensive one, actually), I replaced my old Kindle with it and just put a Kindle app on it...and I use our library remotely. I simply log on and I can download books directly to the Kindle app. As much as I love real books, I have to say that I love being able to download books, especially right now. I'm going through books like crazy. I don't have to go anywhere and I don't have to remember to return anything either - they just disappear when the loan is up. I can even choose to just browse "what's available" if I want. I really, really recommend it.
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I'm a Libra = sign is Balanced Scales And it true for me Meadow - I look equal at both sides then make decisions . I agree with you that the world has and will be changed forever . My thinking for me and the Miss is will never be able to go do lots of the things that we use to - period , or that is until there is a vaccine for it , if they do make one as you implies that it does mutate , it looks like .

I don't have the info that you do , And I will be totally honest here - I'm glad I don't . I don't know hw you and your husband handle that ! I really don't . I may by accident here some on the news but right or wrong - I don't watch the news any more - The news is like a scary movie and I don't watch them either , lol

There may be some good to come out of this mess - Like how the air has cleaned up with all the air travel way down , Cars setting around = less air pollution. People doing what my sisters and I did when growing up and that was all of us sitting down for supper at the same time .

Really here - For the ones that are working from home now , do you really need to go to town to do your jobs ? Just wondering

I know I would feel different if we lived in a big city but we are like Lannie and Sandy , fortunate to live and do what we do , there really has not been any big changes to of life's other than to go in store - and I do miss that : )

Now MC - Go pet the Dobers , the kitties and smile -- say thank you Lord for them

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I'm another Libra, Kenny--and I tend to look at both sides of issues too. I was just telling one of my friends who was very upset about a number of things that aren't happening (people not wearing masks in areas where there was signage saying everyone should be masked--big grocery store) that on the bright side air quality was improving at an unexpected rate because of not just the restricted air travel but just the huge reduction of vehicular traffic. When I go into the clinic to feed the clinic kitties on Sunday I'm often the only person on the road. During the week if I go to the store--traffic looks like a Sunday used to and the parking lots even at places like Costco are never full. The amount of gasoline I now buy in any months is barely a consideration in my budget now.

I live in a moderately large city--Portland, Oregon and I've lived in some really big cities--Los Angeles for one and one of the things I see around my own neighborhood these days is a lot more family activity--bike riding, dog walking, and just walking in the neighborhood and admiring the garden when the flowerbeds are in bloom. And sometimes even the Doberman puppy who trains for Rally in the front on the sidewalk gets admired.

One of the things I see that I really like is kids playing together outside--even though my neighborhood is very mixed as far as age groups go there really are quite a few families with young kids--never used to see them outside and I find chalk art and hopscotch patterns on the front walk often--Joey the loaner thinks they are interesting.

I'm never going to get to the store--now it's late enough I can go to the bank too.

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Called the owner and was telling him about what happened and all he said was " Yeah, he's really touchy about his feet."
Yeah, what is it about people? They bring in a dog all matted with nails curled around so much he can barely walk, and say, "He won't let me touch him! Here, you take care of it. And make him look just like that show dog in the pictures!" With nary a word of the fact that if they had groomed the dog themselves or brought him in for grooming since he was a puppy, when all he needed was a touch and would have benefitted from the positive attention he would get during grooming, they likely wouldn't have had that much of a problem.

My brother-in-law (whom I never got along with) was griping about how he brought his Bichon in for a grooming and that he would NEVER bring him in again, because they SHAVED him. In the meantime, the dog was matted and they occasionally managed to clip off one of the worst ones with a scissors before the dog kicked and squirmed his way out of reach. I couldn't help myself and blurted out that they only shave a dog when his coat is in such bad condition that they can't do anything else.

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Just had to address the libraries part...do you have a Kindle? Or a Kindle app on a tablet? I just got a new tablet (and it is a really inexpensive one, actually), I replaced my old Kindle with it and just put a Kindle app on it...and I use our library remotely. I simply log on and I can download books directly to the Kindle app. As much as I love real books, I have to say that I love being able to download books, especially right now. I'm going through books like crazy. I don't have to go anywhere and I don't have to remember to return anything either - they just disappear when the loan is up. I can even choose to just browse "what's available" if I want. I really, really recommend it.
I've been toying with that idea, but I'm so attached to the feel and smell of printed books. Reading for me isn't just a matter of words, it's a calming ritual, and ambiance matters. I went on an extended hiking/camping trip one time where books were out of reach for about 10 days, and I was jumping out of my skin by the time it was over. We ended up stopping in a grocery store on the way back to our state, and I dashed in and bought a book of some sort (I'm not typically a reader of romances and westerns, but....the book I bought had a horse on the cover, so I went for it.) and after just 10 or 15 minutes of reading, my normal self was back.

I just don't know if a Kindle will do it for me.

My expenditure on books has gone up these last few months too....I wonder why?
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Just had to address the libraries part...do you have a Kindle? Or a Kindle app on a tablet? I just got a new tablet (and it is a really inexpensive one, actually), I replaced my old Kindle with it and just put a Kindle app on it...and I use our library remotely. I simply log on and I can download books directly to the Kindle app. As much as I love real books, I have to say that I love being able to download books, especially right now. I'm going through books like crazy. I don't have to go anywhere and I don't have to remember to return anything either - they just disappear when the loan is up. I can even choose to just browse "what's available" if I want. I really, really recommend it.
Hi MC,

No I don't have a Kindle (or a tablet for that matter) I'm lucky to have inherited (literally) a pretty modern desk top set up and someone who can (sometimes) fix things that go awry.

My problem is that the Kindle doesn't replace the "real" book for me--and I've got enough books in this house that I've sort have become the local lending library. And I know people who still buy books by internet, have them mailed to them who loan me the new stuff as it becomes available--in turn I loan them the old stuff which they've never read.

I've been reading a lot of old stuff recently as well as couple of things from someone who went on a shopping spree just before the libraries shut down here and I've resorted to the old novel because I just read three books that were all so incredibly depressing that it made me wonder who bought them.

I just thought about a bunch of books I inherited from a couple many years ago--I have always read a lot of science fiction but with the ones I got from them I got an almost complete collection of novels by a British writer who made you feel like suicide was the only answer. So depressing--eventually I had to stop reading anything of his--and I'm willing to read almost anything--even the backs of soup cans.

So I confess--it isn't so much the books as the library itself that I miss.

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My expenditure on books has gone up these last few months too....I wonder why?

Well Mel - I can answer that Frist off you go to bed at 4 a,m. ! Then don't get up till noon ! Then you have breakfast and now its 1 or 2 in the afternoon ! Send me your phone number and I will start giving you wake up calls at 5 a.m. ! Your sleeping your life away girlfriend ! I bet that Sandy is out of the house and at work by 6 a.m. ! I think we need a group intervention here to help you get up and going LOL Anybody want to bet she sends me to the woodshed ?
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I've got the Kindle app on my tablet as well as my computer. I've checked out a few digital books from my local library system. I've also taken advantage of free or cheap (like 99 cents cheap) specials to read books by authors I wouldn't otherwise have even thought about. Of course, since my son has my tablet most of the time these days, I'm resorting to rereading the hard copies of books I've already read. Or in the case of one I'm reading now, purchased and then evidently didn't read, since none of it sounds familiar.
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