As many of you know, my sister Ginny struggles with dementia. Just before lockdown, one year ago, she moved to a memory care home blocks from the house she shares with her husband. I last saw Ginny in November 2019. My dear brother-in-law is a terrific support and sends photos of his visits. I wantedContinue reading “Valentine 💝”
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We are adjusting to life without Dylan the Tabby and appreciate the hope of President-elect Biden. The virus is raging in Minnesota, however, so caution is still the rule. Bagheera is finding his way with the help of a glorious cat-cave that we got him as an early Christmas gift ❤.
We could have won, but our "wartime" president surrendered.#TrumpVirus pic.twitter.com/igAzBDX1i1 — The Lincoln Project (@ProjectLincoln) July 23, 2020 I am an avid follower of the Lincoln Project; a necessary outlet for me as the U.S. continues to descend into madness. I invite prayers from all civilized countries as we work to regain control of ourContinue reading “Send Help…”
Photos from home in a pandemic
Life is terribly odd right now as most everyone around the world is aware. What follows are a few photographs of life at home in St. Paul, MN, as we adjust.
Happy Friday to our furriends around the world ♥️♥️
Another (another) (another)…day at the home office
For the CDC…
My contribution to CDC recommendations.
I am even more mindful these days about not wasting food. Last evening’s meal was a hodge podge of leftovers and some broth. It was quite good!
Coffee and Covid
First off: what a blessing all of you are! Reading your posts and updates make isolation a bit easier…and, of course, enjoying a good cup of coffee with friends. All my best, Christine
A walk in the neighborhood…6 feet of separation please
We got outside for a bit to check on the neighborhood. The Mississippi River is running high and fast and the car wash is closed (much to the dismay of the gentleman pictured in this post) but people are out and about.
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