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Kittyarnold

From: Kittyarnold

Jun-29

help your tests have positive results....your life sounds kind of busy....

Susan1206

From: Susan1206

Jun-29

Hi Ernie ~

I just friended you...well, I hope it was you...looked like your pups and the pool on FB.  If not, well then, I guess I had a problem.

Not to worry, the CYC is hardly worth thinking about.  Hoity-toity (most likely expensive and a business write off for his son)  See and be seen ~ hardly my cup of tea.   

Wishing our neighborhood pool would have opened this summer.  It's going to be a very hot week.  The antique cupboard is done.  Weather wash (gray) stain turned out terrific.  I will have to post a picture.  Can't wait to shove all of the boxes of antique dishes inside.  I've missed it!

Hope to see Miss Bronwen tomorrow afternoon.  She hasn't been over in a few weeks to play.  I have Miss Kitty's Sanibel shells in sand with a rake and a shovel rather like a terrarium.  She gets a huge kick out of that.

Carry on...as they say.    Susan

Susan1206

From: Susan1206

Jun-29

Hi Miss Kitty ~

When is your target date to depart for North?   Hot...very hot projected this week.  Finn is only too too happy to stay in the a.c. most of the day.  My New Guinea impatience in the window box look like death warmed over by afternoon.  Takes almost an entire watering can to revive them.  Lots of scorched out common grounds here ~ even though we had God's water...it wasn't enough.

Susan

Susan1206

From: Susan1206

Jun-29

Hi Cherie ~

Wondering how life is treating you these days.  Very hot here in Ohio this week.  Finn likes the cool tile in our master bathroom (kind of like a den).  I did way too much work today.  Washing (up and down the steps numerous times), folding clothes, finishing our antique cupboard, gathering four boxes of the "stuff" from the dining room that goes into the cupboard.  

Bum knee.....hoping the injections later this month give some relief.  If not, knee replacement is most likely around the corner.

Hope all is well and you are doing o.k. with your quit.  Me...I still look at my SQuit monitor on my screen..... 10 years, 7 months......  a long time...   Hugs, Susan

Kittyarnold

From: Kittyarnold

Jun-29

target date is July 24th   stuff is getting organized....I am so ready to be "gone"  that would mean we were done.,..out daughters are looking at a house for sale up there that looks interesting....wouldn't that be fun...buy a house that you have only seen on the computer

Cocoa60

From: Cocoa60

Jun-30

Morning Kitty.  Yesterday was busy but everything turned out well so was a very good day.  Didn't do to much after the busy morning.  I washed and touched up the paint on the sign from the motorcycle shop I used to have.  I put it up in the basement. 

I expect the tests to be routine every year, hope it stays routine.

As long as your daughter is handling the northern home with you.  I've seen people hide some bad defects online. 

Have a great day.

Ernie

Cocoa60

From: Cocoa60

Jun-30

Morning Susan.  I thought that was you on facebook. 

Brandy and I still doing our six miles in the morning before it heats up.  We're usually back by 9 AM.  We're still on the new route that has two steep hills.

I got an article that whole milk was good for diabetes after many years of doctors telling me to drink 2% if I drank it.  I gave up milk completely when I started this goal of pushing Diabetes into remission.  I fell for it, mostly because I grew up on a dairy farm and worked on the neighboring farms also.  My weight and glucose started going up so I stopped the milk and they're coming back down.  I rely on my books and articles as sort of a coach.  First time it was wrong by so much.  I recently hit 145 lbs, down from 180 in January.  So just can't trust all even when from huge health organizations. 

We have a pool of our own, put it in back in 1989.  I seem to have it running well.  Main thing was a new flow switch this year, so far.  I changed to salt water about 10 years ago.  The flow switch stops the chlorinator from coming on until after water is flowing from the pump.

Have a great day.

Ernie

Kittyarnold

From: Kittyarnold

Jun-30

I look forward to your morning "chat" Ernie....it is nice to be in touch with people who came into my life a long time ago  Brian just went out for his walk  barely light enough but he does stay on the road....and the only wild critters are bobcats coyotes and alligators....wow that sounds like a lot to me...we are still isolating and it gets old...started to step up the packing of stuff we don't need....and your right flaws can be hidden on line...glad our daughters can go check them out....we have two lined up for them to look at....have a wonderful day Ernie....

Susan1206

From: Susan1206

Jun-30

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i thought you might enjoy a visitor who stopped by a few mornings ago we don’t exactly live in the wild..... so he was quite a welcome sight. Enjoy the day ~ hugs, Susan

Susan1206

From: Susan1206

Jun-30

Hi Ernie,

I am sure that the salt water is far healthier than the chlorine.

still in phone conversations with the University Hospital Fitness Center and the return of my $125.00.  Due to COVID, it has not opened. I have 24 sessions of aquatic time left.  Since I was diagnosed with atopic dermatitis last year, Drs. Have both said to stay out of chlorine and hot tubs.   They tell me they are unable to return unused portion!!   And so our world has become.....

I don’t look forward to holiday fireworks because of Finn... and the anxiety it brings to our furry friends!

hugs, Susan


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