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socks
4 years ago
last modified: 4 years ago

I just ran some errands, really haven't accomplished much.

The mockingbird in the hedge screamed at me when I peeked in to view her nest. It made me jump!! She was chasing off a crow this morning. Today I hear peeping, so the crow didn't get the babes.

I was wondering about Caroline and the purple martins.

I saw the saddest homeless person today. Filthy, confused. His image is stuck in my mind. It's tragic. We have such a problem in LA area, thousands of homeless, tents on sidewalks.

I'll go read for a while.

Comments (50)

  • Blue Onblue
    4 years ago

    I spent hours on the computer for my online class work (last class for my degree). Took the dogs on a two mile walk. Laundered bed clothes, made dinner, dishes and now I have a face mask on. A few more chores to complete and then I hope to read a bit.

    I did see a Killdeer bird today on the ground and he had a crow following him. The dogs and I stopped to watch to see if the crow was just going in his direction or following him. Crow was following him. We went by and they flew in different directions. I wonder why the crow was fascinated with the Killdeer.

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  • socks
    Original Author
    4 years ago
    last modified: 4 years ago

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    Blue--I wonder if the crow was looking to see if the Killdeer had a nest. You accomplished so much today. You put me to shame! Congratulations on finishing that last class and achieving your degree. Did you share what your degree is in?

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    Today I went to a fabric store and purchased a coat pattern that I'm adapting into a Halloween costume for DGD. I had already purchased a pattern and made up a test garment, but the size was a bit snug. The larger size I purchased today will make a better garment.

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  • DawnInCal
    4 years ago

    stacey, you are getting such an early start on your DGD's costume, that I had to take a second look at this thread to check to see if it was current or not! You'll be glad not to have to be scrambling at the last minute in October

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    Hope everyone is enjoying the spring weather!





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  • ravencajun Zone 8b TX
    4 years ago

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  • socks
    Original Author
    4 years ago

    Stacey, I love getting things done early too. Rushed is not fun! What's it going to be?

    Thank you, Dawn. Hope you enjoy your wind chimes. Yes, spring weather is nice, but strangely, yesterday we had hail.

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  • mamapinky0
    4 years ago

    Socks, when my boys were young teens I watched a homeless lady come and go in the woods behind my house..I thought she might be living in the woods but than thought surely not, no one lives in the woods without a house...well one day after seeing her exit the woods I went for a walk..I came across a old half standing outhouse...I peeked in and sure enough I could see someone was staying in that little barely standing outhouse. I ran home. But I was disturbed. What should I do..I did the only thing I knew to do and that was to gather the things I'd need and get ready for another walk pulling a child's wagon and my boys pulling a second I made another trip..a bale of hay and 2 sleeping bags along with a dinner plate heaped with a meal a slice of cake and some fresh fruit, and a jug of orange juice..we made quick work of spreading the hay out in that outhouse and left everything inside...we went home. Every chance I got I snuck food back there always in disposable containers except that first drop off. This went on for months. Than one day I found my plate and silverware on my back porch along with a little stick pin of an angel with a tiny blue stone in it....and she was gone. Somehow she knew all along it was me dropping things off. I never knew what happened to her...you seeing the sad homeless person reminded me of this...I often wonder what has happened to some of these people that they are homeless...its the older ones that disturb me the most..very sad. To be old, alone and homeless....very sad.

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  • eld6161
    4 years ago

    So nice of you. Often times, unfortunately, mental illness plays a part in homelessness. One would think that a homeless person would have at least one relative or friend that could help them.

  • stacey_mb
    4 years ago

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  • yeonassky
    4 years ago

    Worked for 10 hours from 11:30 to 9:30 pm. I'm glad to be home with my pets. :) DH is still at work. :(

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  • Alisande
    4 years ago

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  • socks
    Original Author
    4 years ago

    Marilyn, doesn't matter what day. We just like to keep up with each other. Those critters sure do keep you moving around!

    Rose, I assume this is your dear husband's resting place. Very beautiful headstone, and of course the banner is sweet, a tender heartfelt message. It all looks lovely.

    Alisande, no doubt your grandson was impressed with how strong grandma is! And it was a little science lesson too--roots!

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    Maybe someone can tell me what it is. Before:


    After:


  • imstillchloecat
    4 years ago

    That looks like a Butterfly Bush to me.

    All we did yesterday was travel: London to Detroit to St. Louis. Then we went out for dinner before we went to bed at 7:30. It was a LONG day, but I seem to have averted jetlag this time! :)

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  • rob333 (zone 7a)
    4 years ago
    last modified: 4 years ago

    Butterfly bush. I'm certain. Not just the flowers, but also the foliage and the habit. Buddleia is its botanical name. What did I do today? Work. Sat in the passenger seat while my learning to drive son drove. I can't see it (him driving alone) coming together, but it will. It always does.

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  • jemdandy
    4 years ago

    I printed a packed of family photos for a relative of mine. One of those photos is of a family member who was born in 1791. She was born before photography, but lived long enough to see it develop and sat for tin type portrait. The photo was made ca 1855; she lived to Christmas Day, 1876.

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  • Summer
    4 years ago
    last modified: 4 years ago

    Socks - to me that plant looks more like a Salvia leucantha.

    ETA - a pic.

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  • rob333 (zone 7a)
    4 years ago

    Whatever plant it is, they're both beautiful.

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  • socks
    Original Author
    4 years ago

    Summer, you are correct. I appreciate the previous identification replies but when I looked at pictures of butterfly bushes, the flowers didn't look the same. Do you have it too, Summer?

  • Marilyn_Sue
    4 years ago

    I have not done much yet today, but will. I will go with oldest daughter to take her husband's truck to get serviced and then on to another town to shop for groceries and whatever. I went with her yesterday and we took KC and Izzi to be dropped off at a new groomers. They did a great job and the dogs were happy. We then did a little shopping but not for groceries. Each day is so busy, can't get caught up. Mother's Day is coming soon and lots of food to cook, I usually do most of it.

    Our garden is looking good, missed the frost that came here and there recently. Have a lot more to get planted. I did plant two lilies in the yard recently but I have about 20 more to go!

    Sue in Central Indiana



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  • susie53_gw
    4 years ago

    Today will be busy. I have to run to the lab for blood work. Then , hopefully, we will now and then I have a meeting this evening. Hubby is finally home for a few days so I need to figure out when I can get him fed. Got some chicken in the oven to make some chicken salad. He loves it. At least it isn't raining. Do hope the sun comes out.. Have a great day everyone!!

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  • socks
    Original Author
    4 years ago

    Do you have a good chicken salad recipe?

  • Summer
    4 years ago

    Socks - I have several, but not that one.

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    Flew back to Michigan from Las Vegas!

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    Anglophilia
    4 years ago

    Spent hours on the phone and Internet trying to get straight answers about what my options are for supplemental oxygen to be covered by Medicare. Favorite reply to my questions? "Well, it depends"! Had already spent hours on Mon. Doctor's nurse assistant gave me totally incorrect information. I questioned it at the time as its not what I had heard from pulmonary rehab patients and staff but he assured me he knew how to get me what I want. WRONG! What I want ( portable, very light weight) is not paid for by Medicare, at least not in my competitive bidding area.

    So nearly $5000 later, I will hopefully get my equipment on Fri - that us if incompetent nurse can manage to fax the prescription before 1pm tomorrow so they can ship it next day UPS.

    It's a very good thing I have no shortness of breathe when just sitting and talking or I'd gave suffocated hours ago. Grrrr....

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  • socks
    Original Author
    4 years ago

    I'm sorry it has been so difficult and hope the oxygen comes soon so you can move around and do things comfortably.

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  • hooked123
    4 years ago
    last modified: 4 years ago

    I left this morning to join my husband on a business trip. I am enjoying seeing a new city! Edit- I really left late last night and got here at 2 am, sorry for the confusion.

  • socks
    Original Author
    4 years ago
    last modified: 4 years ago

    Ok what city!!? Didn't you just get back from a trip? You travel!

    I'm driving to Arizona from CA. Love seeing the desert, the saguaros especially.

  • hooked123
    4 years ago

    I am in Charlotte, NC. My relatives and I had a blow up and my husband thought I should come with him and relax so I did. I updated my thread on them saying what happened. Socks- it's just so upsetting.

  • hooked123
    4 years ago
    last modified: 4 years ago

    Socks- I love California! We got to North Carolina at 2am so I am sleepy as we drove.

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    Anglophilia
    4 years ago

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  • socks
    Original Author
    4 years ago

    Anglo, did your 02 come? Did you get your hair done?

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  • socks
    Original Author
    4 years ago
    last modified: 4 years ago

    I hope you can be picking at annoying things in the garden very soon. Maybe you need some kind of a long picker stick to reach stuff farther in. I'm a weed freak myself and would not enjoy seeing weeds I couldn't reach LOL. It just gives one a lift to be outside doesn't it? I remember how lovely your gardens are. Well, you accomplished a lot anyway.

  • PRO
    Anglophilia
    4 years ago

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    I hate so much that those of us who are old are targeted for pitches that promise us our independence and freedom. (And to avoid the dreaded nursing home) if we just give them a ton of money for " health aides". It must work or they wouldn't do it. I'm sure I'll next get a call offering me a lift chair! I'm 73, not 93 and I do resistance training twice a week as well as exercise 3 times a week at rehab!

    Needless to say, one of my favorite poems is Dylan Thomas' "Do not go gentle into that good night...".

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  • schoolhouse_gw
    4 years ago

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  • socks
    Original Author
    4 years ago

    Anglo and Schoolhouse, you both had great days. Enjoyed reading about your activities, as well as the others here.

  • norsetex
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    Today spent 5.5 hours in chemo treatment . Came home, did some laundry , emptied the dishwasher and just been relaxing since .

  • gardener123wewantsophie
    4 years ago

    Good girl norsetex. Keep up the R&R! Sending good wishes your way.

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    ((((Norsetex)))). Also ditto what gardener 123 said.

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