2020 October 24

Saturday

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Forty eight degrees is darn good snuggling weather. I got up. Started coffee. Looked outside. Went back to the bed.

Weather prognosticators say the sky will clear this afternoon.

  • “Two mowers and two weed eaters were delightful sounds early in the morning,” Tom said sarcastically.
  • I try to rake stones, pingpong ball size or larger, out of the mowed area, so that the mowers won’t hit them. I must have missed one ’cause the mower flung something at the trailer with a loud thump.

  • The goat pen grass always looks so nice. Instead of hiring men and machines, couldn’t we just let the goats run free like they used to do? They are right amiable critters, always wanting their heads scratched and back petted. The goats, not the men. “Who knows what evil lurks in the hearts of men?” – Lamont Cranston
  • Late afternoon, w went to Cross Tracks Church to stuff trick or treat bags with odd things like pencils, book markers, stickers, and cheap tiny gummy looking toys. This ALL seemed inappropriate for preschoolers, but that is what the preschool director chose. We also added some small candies that were not part of what we were supposed to stuff.

God bless and g‘day.

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