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Good morning to all ~
I could say “top of the mornin to all” but that was yesterday. Today, it’s snowing and 28 degrees (wind chill brings it down to 15 degrees).
Watched a bit of the college basketball playoffs yesterday ~ Jim attended Xavier so he was pleased about their win. Unfortunately, Kent State University, where my granddaughter attends, were not so lucky. I am much more into football than basketball but the college playoffs are fun…March Madness at its best.
A low key St. Patrick’s Day for us. Spouse now has the cold and coughing that I am trying to get over. We may have dinner out compliments of a gift certificate from a family member tonight. It beats cooking.
Carry on ~ Have a great smoke free day. Susan
Good morning Susan and all. 23 here, not sure about the chill. Looks absolutely still outside but
I will go out and check in a while.
Sorry you're both sick now Susan, hope it ends soon.
Couldn't find the large and thin lock washers I need to build my mobile antenna mount and they
were expensive online. Found some couplers for my antenna cables, coax, that included them so
ordered them. Now I will have the couplers and the washers.
O-rings for the dirt bike arrive Monday so I might put off trip to farm until Tuesday.
Yesterday I worked on buffing the slight coat of rust off my dad's old shotgun, finished cleaning it
and oiling it after that. Still another one that's not so easy. A solid coat of rust where it must have
been exposed to cat urine for years at my brother's place. Not completely sure I can restore that
one but will try.
My wife doesn't appreciate cooking as much as in the past, guess it gets old. Eating at home is much
safer for a diabetic. Can't tell what chefs are putting in food to enhance the taste to get people back.
Which is a big part of their job. My brother eats out 6 - 7 days a week.
Monday and Tuesday are great weather here, sunny and close to 50 or over it. Hope all have couple nice
weather days to enjoy.
Good morning (almost afternoon) to everyone,
A snowy morning here by Lake Erie ~ a few inches of white fluffy snow. T.V. Weather report said we have had more snow in March than in February. Cold to ~ 27 balmy degrees. We live streamed Mass and spouse just left for a stat care facility as he is coughing, etc. I am at the end of the medication and feeling better.
Ernie ~ wish I had as many projects as you do to keep yourself busy. Cleaning seems to be my #1. I agree with your wife. A lifetime of cooking and it gets old. We dined out last evening. I had a delicious salmon with Bernadine sauce and lentils. The service was poor and the waitress gave us complimentary desserts. My caramel flan was the best part of the meal.
Enjoy the day ~ Kitty, Paul, Ernie and any who lurk…
Glad you enjoyed the dinner, Susan.
Cold and windy here, a 25 degree drop from yesterday. But warms up tomorrow, the first day of Spring. I'll be complaining about the heat soon :)
Good morning Susan, Paul, and all. 21 here but wind chill below threshold for the pups. No walk
but looks like this is the last morning in the 10 day this low. Supposed to be near 50 and sunny
today so the remaining snow should disappear.
Glad you are better Susan, now you have to watch Jim going through it, all over soon I hope. I still
have a free meal out from veterans day, we should cash it in soon. Also glad you enjoyed your eve
O-rings should arrive today so I can finish the dirt bike. Cut the foam for the air filters yesterday,
oiled, and installed them. Glad I got it right the first time, think I have enough foam I could do one
side a second time. Has 3 grease fittings and greased them. One carburetor was over flowing so
removed the float bowl and cleaned up with carb cleaner, seems to have stopped the float from
sticking. Should be ready for it's maiden ride soon. I should buy some used side covers that have
been missing but not this month. Spent a lot on parts this month. The resale value of this little
1972 Honda 350 is higher than any of my other bikes. Getting rare, I guess.
I prefer to hot weather to to cold but Fall is my favorite season, just have to know Winter is close
Hope you all have the good weather today.
Cocoa and puppy Brandy years ago.
Happy first day of Spring. A bit of snow remains but sunny and getting warmer.
Definitely a walk for Finn this afternoon, even if I am bundled up with a winter coat.
Years ago, I was given a pale pink #### Willow bush and forsythia grew in my garden.
Breezeway (internet service) spent most of the morning here trying to determine why the televisions and computers keep droning. It’s all quite a complex problem to me. Computers set on one range, television sets including Apple and Roku on the same. Cell phones on another. It seems like technology is progressing faster than our minds can comprehend. We have three remotes now…. two for downstairs Roku and one upstairs for Apple TV. Could they not make it any more difficult for seniors?
Lovely day. Sunny and 44 degrees. This is dreaded “tax week” ~ find out how much I owe the government!
And on we go…. Susan
Total agreement here ~ love Spring and temperate Summer and Fall. Summer presents its problem with higher humidity but we are blessed a bit with being so close to Lake Erie. And then, there’s always air conditioning.
Enjoy the first day of Spring. Finn and I will be taking a nice leisurely walk soon.
Good morning Susan and all. Off to the farm this morn after 5 mile walk. Bike is loaded in
Baja, just barely fit, but did. Had to get help to load it so see how unloading will go. Thinking
of risking leaving it there a month or so to ride a few times. Thought I was going to transport
it back and forth but not so easy.
We have willow branches in a vase here some place but none growing. I think we still have traces
of snow mostly where it drifted or was plowed. Will be gone today.
I guess you have separate services to save money. At least we still have the old service but they
gave us a bunch of grief switching boxes 5 times and 3 the next time. One girl tech said there was
a problem back at the office and it worked after that. So that's a clue to me they messed us up on
purpose. Can't believe they want older people to opt in to their newer higher priced service. All the
companies are so friendly to us on public releases.
We haven't paid in to income tax for a long time except for national health care. Previous government
had us paying about $400 a month for a place holder insurance. We had assistance from local health
care org and needed to have insurance to get it until wife was old enough for medicare. I'm a little older.
I'm guessing it's because Jim still has earned income you are paying tax. We would by now on our 401k
but leaving it alone until the DOW recovers. Now the banks, so could be a while or a long while.
Will get a picture of dirt bike loaded into Baja sometime this morn.
Hope you all enjoy this beautiful day. So glad Winter is ending.
Yes, Susan, Spring & Fall are the best seasons. Summer in NYC can be brutal. The concrete takes in all the heat. Not too bad the last few years in part because I haven't needed to go into the office much. The heat is more tolerable when I'm in shorts and a t-shirt. Winter is generally not that cold here, but as pretty as the snow is falling, it turns grey/black very quickly.
Hope things are going well at the farm, Ernie.
Be well everyone.