It didn't rain this week. It was 30's at night, then the days would get up to the high 70's for 90 minutes or so. They were 50's at 1 or 2, and the by 4:30 the temperatures start heading back down by over 10 degrees and going fast.
Next week will also be clear, though foggy many days in the mornings/evenings, with about the same. They are saying 30's at night, and 60's during the day, but it could be warmer during the day where I am.
Today was Dd's birthday, so not feeling super perky today.
A new camera disk showed up, and it's full of all kinds of things. Photos of items from my mom's house, wild birds here, flowers that we grew, and many other things. There are a lot of them, and some of the items are now missing. I got overwhelmed going through them, so will try again this weekend. Quite a few need deleting, others need to be kept in case the items are gone, and some for sentimental reasons. Yikes.
The virus cases have gone up a lot here. Deaths, hospitalizations, and so forth also up. Dh's Dr. had one of the girls in the office call to confirm a Monday appt....in person. After a long talk where she argued a lot, she called back to say that there could be a phone appt. *this time* but that he'd have to come in next month. *sigh* It makes me tired after a while...
And, other 'stuff.'
I have a daily fact, poem, saying etc. on a calendar, and the fact that was for the 1st was that, in Germany, people eat pretzels for New Years, sweet and salty. In fact, grandmothers gift their grandchildren with pretzels and money!
And, Ds also has a tear-off calendar, but his are corny jokes. The one that I've liked best so far, which is more clever than corny, I think, is: My dad has a Delorean. He only drives it from time to time. (lolol!)
Today is the official start of eagle breeding season, which changes if PG&E can remove eagle's nest trees or not. There are tall/old Ponderosa pines that are in controversy currently, as they have bald eagle pairs working on their nests in them.
There were more elk in Ds's yard. He sent me a photo. Interesting animals.
Speaking of Ds, he had a job in the middle of nowhere, which is where the 'Apple Lady' has a stand, as she lives in the town. This is the apple lady who is at our farmer's market in the summer and fall. She has the best cider and dried apples. The apples are bendable, not crisp nor hard to chew, and sweet. Delicious.
While he was there he bought 2 bags of the dried apples, and traded me one for a large can of raisins. Good trade for me! They taste amazing, don't bother my stomach, and work great for my hypoglycemia! They are gone now, but were wonderful while they lasted!
It seems as if the Siamese cat is down at the old house. Ds saw him there this week. He's looking as good as ever, and I do wonder if he doesn't spend part of his time at someone's house, being fed. For all I know, he belongs to someone, and just slips away now and then to visit.
Does anyone belong to Costco? Do you like it? Do you find that the deals outweigh the price of membership?
Has everyone remembered to change the batteries in their smoke and monoxide alarms?
How was your week?
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