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Note to self-wash your hands.
Tuesday, April 14, 2020      11 comments

Even if I am the only one in the office, I practice good hygiene and wash my hands and disinfect the areas that I touch. Hubby has been cleaning to keep himself busy. Last night we washed the china on the bottom shelf of the cabinet. W... Read more
A different Easter Monday
Monday, April 13, 2020      14 comments

Every other year the children would be excited to have another day off from school and Easter Monday sometimes fell on the same weekend as DD2's birthday. Well, since there has been no school here for the past month, today will be just ano... Read more
HAPPY EASTER!
Sunday, April 12, 2020      14 comments

Have a blessed day!... Read more
Wondering what Wednesday has in store
Wednesday, April 08, 2020      12 comments

Garden has been tilled twice to mix in the mulch and leaves from last fall. It is still too damp in places to plant so our friend will come and till again tonight to see if it has dried some. We are still on schedule to plant potatoes, on... Read more
Farmers Market and Social Distancing
Sunday, April 05, 2020      18 comments

The market went well. Most customers did the drive up, opened their windows, placed an order and we went from there. Some approached on foot but stood away and we had a short conversation, did our business transactions and on they went. DD... Read more
Planning for farmers market down the road
Saturday, April 04, 2020      11 comments

With the pandemic, our usual supply of bread flour is in jeopardy so I went online to see if I could order from the company. The cost of a 25 pound sack of flour was $12.50 but shipping would cost $30.00. It didn't matter if I bought in bu... Read more
Another blast of cold air this frigid Friday
Friday, April 03, 2020      12 comments

Rain turned to sleet and then to freezing rain just about the time I left the office to come home but I spread ice melt on the sidewalk before I left. Maybe I can get in the office without slipping and sliding. Very cold and windy today ... Read more
April showers
Thursday, April 02, 2020      12 comments

A cold front has moved in and we are expecting April rain and snow showers. Hubby and I planted the apple trees that arrived on Tuesday. Yesterday afternoon, when it was 67 degrees, we planted an English walnut and 4 elderberry bushes in t... Read more
Pay it forward? How to do that while isolated.
Monday, March 30, 2020      13 comments

I did see one car parked on Main Street yesterday. The other entire 6 blocks was totally empty. I was thinking of a way to pay it forward and show someone I cared but that didn't happen. At least not in the way I thought. A young man, a ... Read more
Today is Sunday
Sunday, March 29, 2020      14 comments

No church services in town, all the restaurants are closed and since it is Sunday, no other businesses are open except for the convenience store/grocery store. Hubby and I will stay home and only venture out for the newspaper and chores. S... Read more
Share a smile and a wave
Saturday, March 28, 2020      15 comments

Social distancing is work but the best thing you can do is smile and wave. Even if you cannot have a real conversation, at least you can be polite and positive. The world has changed but we can change with it. A simple smile and a wave m... Read more
Trying Thursday
Thursday, March 26, 2020      10 comments

Trying but not as in attempting but trying our patience. More and more stores and businesses are closing and in a very small town, that is concerning. Everything seems to have ground to a halt. We have gotten connections to church servic... Read more
Educate yourself
Wednesday, March 25, 2020      14 comments

There is so much information and misinformation on the news and the internet. We need to educate ourselves to stay safe. We also need to make sure the information we share is correct. Our governor has ordered all schools closed until May 1... Read more
Social distancing and common sense
Tuesday, March 24, 2020      12 comments

When you live in a small town and work in a small office, and when you are the only person in that office, social distancing is pretty easy. Few people come in the door as they have busy lives. Service work presents itself with a phone c... Read more
The new normal is so strange
Monday, March 23, 2020      15 comments

So far, we have been fortunate not to have any cases of COVID19 in our immediate area. We are practicing social distancing with no school, no church and no other activities. We do have a small coffee group that basically says hi and goodby... Read more

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