Not much to post - Ted says I have a fever although I can't feel it (but I do have one), and I'm soooo sleepy. I've napped all afternoon and am planning to go right back to sleep after posting this. I don't feel fatigued or exhausted, just super duper sleepy.
I got my second dose of the Pfizer COVID19 vaccine yesterday afternoon at 5:30. Again, the shot itself didn't hurt; it was just a little stick and that's all I felt. Again, they had me stay a little while longer than normal because of my Dad having so many allergies, and again, I had no … Continue reading My COVID19 2nd vaccine – Day 1
Ted was able to push the opossum back under the fence (the same spot where it came in), and it played dead the entire time. He walked all the way back to the garage and got the snow shovel, and it still played dead. He put it in the snow shovel and carried it all … Continue reading The chickens had visitors today!
Ted went to lock up the chickens and wouldn't let the girls go. They've been staring intently at the door since he went out.
"Walls for the wind, And a roof for the rain, And drinks beside the fire. Laughter to cheer you, And those you love near you, And all that your heart may desire." ~Irish blessing
The other morning, Ted swore up and down that he was hearing a woodpecker. I could hear a knocking noise but thought it was something rattling around on my metal baking table from the vibrations of the dishwashers. Imagine my surprise when later the next day I looked out at the bird feeders on the … Continue reading Woodpeckers
The lightning hit on the right side years ago. The tree trimming guys were sent by the electric company earlier this week, and they said this tree has to be cut down. They said the neighbor gave them permission to cut down what they wanted, and they think this tree is on his side of … Continue reading The tree
Friday is a terror. I know she doesn't look like it, but she IS. See that toy under her? We have to hide it at night or else she runs all over the house with it, dragging it from one room to another, over and over and over. She thumps up and down the stairs … Continue reading Friday