2020 April 21 Tuesday

In Liberty Hill, Texas

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isten to the bird trying, with it’s melodious song, to coax the sun to rise.“Sun arise fillin’ up the hollow
Sun arise fillin’ up the hollow
Sun arise fillin’ up the hollow
Bringin’ back the warmth to the ground”*eek a boo, I see you, one, two, three, on the sun, behind the power pole. Not very bright, Sun.For breakfast this morning we had Sweetberry Cream of Wheat. This is one of the packets of “survival” food, from 4 Patriots, that I purchased a few years ago. I think it is Ella’s favourite. And before y’all ask, we don’t HAVE to eat survival food. We just like it.fter breakfast, we took a walk. It was such a beautiful morning. The Creater was practically begging us to go outside and enjoy His handiwork.here were biscuits, mashed potatoes, corn, and dried beef gravy for lunch.

Tuesday afternoon
I’m just beginning to see
Now I’m on my way
It doesn’t matter to me
Chasing the clouds away**

e took our afternoon walk around and picked up the mail. Then we sat outside under the awning for awhile.e sat there until the camp chairs became too uncomfortable. Which got us on the subject of patio chairs. Comfortable outdoor chairs may be a purchase item the next time we have some discretionary income.

Evening has come to pass
The time of day doesn’t last
Evening, has earned its place today
I’m tired of working away**

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Day 204, in Texas. Day 38 being self isolated.*songwriter Rolf Harris**Songwriters: Justin Hayward. Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, T.R.O. INC.

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