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Re: The Good Morning Thread
« Reply #33750 on: July 21, 2020, 08:42:37 am »
Just a brief check-in after taking popcorn from telracs...
79 and humid in Austin with a tiny chance of rain. 
Testing with AT&T at work today to try their managed phone bridge to see how it works - our August Commission Meeting will more than likely be remote.
Still cleaning in my office and taking things to storage and/or goodwill.

Take care.

actually, it seems my popcorn came from Austin.  cornucopia popcorn, ever heard of it?

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    Re: The Good Morning Thread
    « Reply #33751 on: July 21, 2020, 08:47:27 am »
    Good Morning

    Our forecast is 112 and no wind, so after filling the bird feeders and a couple of small outdoor projects, it will be an indoor Napcatcatnappin' day...the piano is calling to me, so I may spend a few hours working on a beautiful Sonata that has been sitting in the music desk for a while.

    LL:  Long term shopping is an organization art !  Lists are important, so set up your phone with a list for each category/store i.e.: Home Depot, Grocery, Walmart, Auto etc.  Except for perishables, buy double what you need. For repair parts, TAKE A PICTURE ! so the salesperson can get you the right part.   

    On-Line shopping is becoming more convenient and AMAZON'S Prime free delivery is a good deal for folks like me. (100 miles to the nearest town, 350 miles if I have to go to Vegas) Unless storage space is a problem, stockpiling essentials is a good idea.

    CREBEL: For living in a very remote area, I really do not get too much wildlife in the house. I spray around the doors and windows, so anything that comes in, dies shortly.  I leave a Shop Vac out to clean up the bodies often, otherwise my light colored carpet looks like a Dalmatian ! I can handle snakes, rats and ugly women, but spiders make me turn into a screaming little girl and you will find me in the next county !  giggle.  We have a tarantula migration in the Autumn.

    I am on a major migratory route, so see a wide variety of birds year-round. Coyotes, Bobcats, Wild Burros and Horses, Mountain Sheep come to visit fairly often.  A couple of years ago a young  Peacock wandered in a stayed for two years (he thought he was a cat and was amazingly gentle with kittens !) He liked classical music and would stay next to open windows listening for hours....naturally I named him MOZART.


    MLEWIS 78: I sucked up the snake with the Shop VAC, then put the filter outside...he made a timely escape (avoiding several curious cats).

    Hope everyone is having a good and safe week.
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    Re: The Good Morning Thread
    « Reply #33752 on: July 21, 2020, 08:48:22 am »
    By the way ...

    HAPPY  BIRTHDAY!!!


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    Re: The Good Morning Thread
    « Reply #33753 on: July 21, 2020, 02:44:50 pm »
    By the way ...

    HAPPY  BIRTHDAY!!!


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    A second of this from your friends in Arkansas!


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    Re: The Good Morning Thread
    « Reply #33754 on: July 21, 2020, 10:31:07 pm »
    Happy birthday, telracs!

    For everyone getting tests, may the results be good.

    Good evening from southern Arizona. I have finally cleared a section in my craft room where I could sleep if I either start showing symptoms or test positive for COVID-19. Since this is just four days after the day that I am concerned about, tomorrow is the earliest that I would expect symptoms although yesterday is the earliest that I could expect to test positive or possibly be contagious.

    Yesterday, an alarm on my phone reminded me of another scheduled Zoom meeting. This time it was a meeting with past coworkers from where I worked almost 10 years ago. At least one of those people is still needing to fly to customer sites. The others are either retired or able to meet with customers, or prospective customers, electronically. I am happy to be in the retired group!

    Today, DH discovered a water line leak in the area where we have been working for some years to put up a greenhouse. Fortunately, we won't need to disassemble much to fix the leak. Tomorrow DH will go to Ace Hardware to get the parts he needs for the repair and also for a water shutoff valve specifically for the line to the greenhouse. We don't know when the leak started but there was standing water and mud today. Something had to have hit the above ground faucet and neither of us remember having done that.

    Hope your day is wonderful. Be safe and be excellent to each other.

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    Re: The Good Morning Thread
    « Reply #33755 on: July 22, 2020, 04:35:40 am »
    Good morning!  My baby boy (38 years old  ::) ) had a NEGATIVE test!  We know that doesn't mean any of us still can't get sick, but we are much relieved this morning.

    We did have a little more rain yesterday and it is a little foggy out there this morning.  While having my first cup of tea on the veranda around 6 a.m., I was still able to watch a doe and her fawn in our yard.  A really nice start to my day.  No special plans for the day.

    I did find a box of gourmet truffle mac-n-cheese in my cupboard and I have half a bag of langostinos from Trader Joes in my freezer.  I'm thinking that will make a pretty snazzy home version of lobster mac-n-cheese for supper.

    Everyone stay safe, be well and keep those negative test results coming!

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    Re: The Good Morning Thread
    « Reply #33756 on: July 22, 2020, 05:41:14 am »
    Good morning.

    Glad the test was negative. Hopefully any others waiting to be tested will be the same.

    Making frozen cole slaw on my to-do list today. Dinner (midday for us now) will be an easy sweet and sour meatball stir fry served with rice and either egg rolls or pot stickers from the freezer. Not much to prep there.

    Thunderstorms are in the forecast with an expected high of 88.

    Hope your day goes well. Stay safe.

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    Re: The Good Morning Thread
    « Reply #33757 on: July 22, 2020, 05:57:11 am »
    actually, it seems my popcorn came from Austin.  cornucopia popcorn, ever heard of it?

    No, but I'll have to go look it up now :)

    And I hope you had an excellent day for your birthday!
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    Re: The Good Morning Thread
    « Reply #33758 on: July 22, 2020, 06:01:28 am »
    Good morning.  It's 76 and muggy in Austin.  We have a 30% chance of rain today - I'll believe it when I see it.
    Today is Ginger's 4th adoption anniversary.  It doesn't seem like it's been that long, but sometimes it seems like she's been with me forever.

    Crebel - so glad to hear the test was negative!

    Stay safe.

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    Re: The Good Morning Thread
    « Reply #33759 on: July 22, 2020, 10:13:11 am »
    Good Morning, All

    We  have added very high wind to our triple digit temperatures...really stresses the trees.

    Have a great day, but be safe, my Friends

    Belated Birthday wishes, Telracs
    Glad the test results were negative, Crebel

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    Re: The Good Morning Thread
    « Reply #33760 on: July 22, 2020, 10:47:29 am »
    Good morning from southern Arizona.

    Crebel,  glad to hear good news!

    Happy Adoption Anniversary,  Ginger!

    Hope your day is wonderful. Be safe and be excellent to each other.

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    Re: The Good Morning Thread
    « Reply #33761 on: July 22, 2020, 11:59:33 am »
    *wanders in, hands out enteman's rainbow cookies and more popcorn*

    thanks for all the birthday wishes.  the popcorn was a gift from my niece and her husband, it  is a 6 pack variety pack.  i tried a couple of the flavors (the savory and the original) and they are good, but a bit salty for my taste.  the selection also includes smoky barbeque, kettle corn and pink lemonade.  checking out the website there are a couple of flavors i wish they had picked instead, and i might think of buying, since there are coupons included. 

    i actually took TWO trips outside yesterday.  early afternoon trip to the grocery store for some liquid treats (soda and a hard lemonade) and picked up the rainbow cookies and then on to the greek bakery, since i wanted something cake like for my birthday.  got a slice of chocolate almond cake.  in the evening, i placed a take out order for hibachi and hiked (it's about a mile each way) to my favorite japanese place.  as happy as i was to get the food, i  have to admit that eating at home while texting friends is no replacement for actually eating with them and then hanging out at starbucks playing scrabble.....

    i got a lot of food (hibachi steak which comes with vegetables and bean sprouts and salad and soup and white rice, an order of hibachi noodles and a quart of their fried rice).  normally when you dine in and order fried rice with your entree you don't get white rice, but in the take out, they still give the white rice.  i ate half my noodles and half of my entree last night, and figure i have 3 more meals from everything else. 

    all in all, while it was not my best birthday ever (that goes to being on a cruise ship looking at glaciers) it was definitely not my worst. 

    i'll be taking it easy today, as it's already 92 here and my legs and back are not happy with yesterday's excursions.  forecast is for thunderstorms, but hopefully i'll be able to go out tomorrow.

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    Re: The Good Morning Thread
    « Reply #33762 on: July 22, 2020, 09:24:48 pm »
    Happy Birthday, Telracs! Sorry that I did not realize it on the day (the 21st?). I have 3 friends whose birthdays are July 22nd. One of them in NYC I called last night (Tuesday) although I was not feeling well. Felt better during first part of conversation. (I have trouble now with long phone calls because of my earaches). I had not called her for 2 months, because i cannot get off the phone with her until I say I HAVE TO GO!!! Decided to call to say happy birthday and limit to 15 minutes. Talked 3 hours. I had said I have to go a number of times during the time we were on the phone. Finally, my phone conked out, battery very low. Last year we went to a Broadway show after going through standing room line (Book of Mormon a week before I went to Salt Lake City for flute convention).

    Cheers to Crebel for your son's negative covid test.

    I stayed in two days in a row. Used the Lifecycle. We had a tremendous thunder storm Tuesday evening and it lasted a long time. It was so dark out at 6:45 and never got light again. I didn't even check mail downstairs. Played flute for 45 minutes tonight.

    Napcat, I have a shop vac that I bought this year. I saw it online as a remedy for pulling something out of the sink. There was a moisturizer clear cap that fell down there and was still there after a year! It worked and came right out. It could use a longer electrical cord and extension wand (they have the wands on Amazon). Now I know how to handle a very small animal if necessary. In 2018 after a lot of May rain there was a mouse in my apartment and it didn't leave until months later. Now and then I would see it run across the room at 4am and then do the run along the wall. I used sticky traps but should have laid them flat. I made the boxes and then I heard that they just run over them. My super told me to make a tent of them, and that did not work. Later I put out snap mouse traps with peanut butter. An exterminator came and set his traps with bread but I never caught it. He told me the sticky traps only work flat. I put two out in corners and never saw it again after 10/18, so it must have left. I was a mess from that, very edgy and lost sleep (usually saw it before I went to bed). It was at the time I had a pulmonary embolism and I was nervous anyway. One thing good in this unpleasant time is that there have been no rodents or other creatures so far. I still keep two sticky traps out and change them now and then, just in case.

    Monday early AM (before bed) my slow drain in the tub backed up when I used the bathroom sink. I was upset and had my ENT doctor appointment later that day. Had to bail out the tub after a shower. I called the super Monday. He came and fixed and I got him to change the shower head. I bought a new one in January and never put it in. Now I love my shower. These days supers are not doing anything in apartments except for emergencies. This was one.

    It got up to at least 94 on Tuesday. Now 75 degrees, humidity 87%. Going up to 91 later today.  Have a good day, everyone.
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    Re: The Good Morning Thread
    « Reply #33763 on: July 23, 2020, 05:46:36 am »
    Good morning.  We have a very pleasant 68 degrees right now and dry skies.  Temperatures will reach low 80s and are expected to remain dry.  DH will be mowing today.

    Napcat - I think we agree that the amount of wildlife we get to watch in our rural/remote areas is an advantage that far outweighs the occasional critter in the house!

    mlewis - I'm glad you are getting some answers about your ears (TMJ sounds completely logical to me as a reason) and that maintenance problems are being taken care of.

    Tonight - BASEBALL!!!!! The pessimist in me does not think the MLB will be able to complete even a short season, but the optimist in me is happy they are trying and I am very excited there will be 2 games on tv tonight.  I was reading the new rules and saw official scoring will be done remotely.  Well, duh ...  I've been doing it that way for years!   ::) ;D

    Everyone stay safe, be well.

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    Re: The Good Morning Thread
    « Reply #33764 on: July 23, 2020, 05:56:39 am »
    Good morning.

    74 degrees heading to 90 with possible thunderstorms around 11 AM. As dark as it is outside, I would think it could rain at any time. It stayed cloudy all day yesterday so it was fairly pleasant most of the day.

    A trip to the Post Office for stamps planned for today. I'm not sure how long the last book purchased lasted, but I'm sure it was well over a year. Most of the stamps I use are on greeting cards. And I don't send nearly as many of them as I once did.

    II will probably spend some time out in his shop. The clouds do allow it to stay cooler for him and I am really glad to see him feel like going out there.

    Hope you have a pleasant day. Stay safe.

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    Re: The Good Morning Thread
    « Reply #33765 on: July 23, 2020, 07:21:14 am »
    Good morning.  It's already 82 here and it was already steamy outside at 6am...
    I sure hope they can get the AC units changed out quickly tomorrow - it's going to be uncomfortable without them.  Our next-door neighbor offered to let us come over and cool off if needed.  I thought that was really nice, especially since she's a new neighbor.  I think she moved in two weeks ago.
    I tried to change my profile picture to Ginger's anniversary picture from yesterday, but it's been too long since I've changed it and I can't remember how to do it.  I finally found the place after about 10 minutes of clicking around, chose upload, and then got stuck.  I may try again later (or not).
    We have a proof-of-concept test with AT&T this morning.  I hope it goes well since we are probably using their service for our August meeting.

    Stay safe!

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    Re: The Good Morning Thread
    « Reply #33766 on: July 23, 2020, 08:33:03 am »
    Good Morning

    The weather-guessers are saying we will stay under 100 today...we will see.  Nothing much planned...I may run over to the Post Office later.

    Keep well and happy, my Friends

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    Re: The Good Morning Thread
    « Reply #33767 on: July 23, 2020, 12:56:27 pm »
    Good afternoon from southern Arizona. Woke up this morning to rain and thunder. D) Still overcast. :)

    Now that I have cleared a space to sleep in the craft room in the unlikely event that I test positive, I suppose that I should now organize the rest of the room. Especially as DH dumped a bunch of stuff on my cutting table when he was "helping" me while I was shopping for necessities at Walmart. ;) I can't currently cut material for more masks.

    Hope your day is wonderful. Be safe and be excellent to each other.

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    Re: The Good Morning Thread
    « Reply #33768 on: July 24, 2020, 03:50:36 am »
    Good morning.  Temperatures and humidity are rising again, heat warnings are out and expected to remain through the weekend.

    For being excited that baseball has returned for now, I have to say the games last night were pretty boring.  I guess the "roar of the crowd" affects me more than I thought it did, even watching from home.  Topped off by a rain delay in the first game ... sigh.

    Happy news for the day is that after 4 months of no freezers being available from anywhere in the state and being on multiple waiting lists, DH will be doing curbside pick-up of a 7 cubic foot freezer from a Best Buy in Des Moines.  We have half a beef coming around the 1st of September and I have been a little concerned about finding room for it.  No worries now!

    Everyone stay safe and be well.

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    Re: The Good Morning Thread
    « Reply #33769 on: July 24, 2020, 05:12:46 am »
    Good morning from southern Arizona. We had a slow, gentle rain most of yesterday. The sunset last night was beautiful.  However, due to monsoon cloud cover, I have not yet been able to see the comet.

    Last night, an hour or so after going to bed, I got up to go to the bathroom. I had an upset stomach but not too bad. I started feeling worse as I was washing my hands. I remember thinking that I shouldn't worry and should just go back to bed. The next thing I remember is DH asking me if I was OK. I told him that I was fine but then realized that I was laying on the floor. Apparently I had passed out.

    Fortunately I knocked something off the counter, the sound of which woke up DH. He called to ask if I was OK but I didn't answer. He got up to check on me. After he got me to respond, I stayed laying on the floor while we tried to figure out what happened and if I was really OK. I asked DH to get my phone so that I could check my heart rate and O2 levels. The phone showed that I had a prolonged irregular heartbeat. The phone could only occasionally show my O2 as my heart rate was so irregular but when it did, it was OK. I have had arrhythmia before but usually only for short periods of time. It runs in the family with my mom having had issues with tachycardia and arrhythmia most of her life.

    I stayed on the floor while DH cleared the space around me while I kept checking my heart rate. Our plastic wastebasket is cracked due to it doing a good job breaking my fall. I googled irregular heartbeat and one of the causes can be imbalance of electrolytes, especially potassium. I tested with low potassium levels early in the year but got it under control with occasional potassium supplements and taking a multi vitamin with minerals. After getting up, I took an electrolyte supplement but we couldn't find the potassium one. DH and I discussed if we should go to the emergency room but I decided that, since I felt OK and he didn't see any signs of concussion or abnormalities in my responses, it would be best to stay home. Also, the potassium level issue made sense to me, especially as I haven't been eating  properly this past week.

    We both went back to sleep more than an hour after the incident. I woke up again about 4 hours later and my heartbeat and heart rate are back to normal. I will be emailing my health care provider later this morning before I head to Tucson for my COVID-19 test. I am sure that she will order blood tests for me again and probably an online appointment. The my neck, shoulders, and back of my head are a bit sore. Otherwise, I feel fine. Now back to sleep until it is time to wake up for the day.

    Hope your day is wonderful. Be safe and be excellent to each other.

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    Re: The Good Morning Thread
    « Reply #33770 on: July 24, 2020, 05:48:29 am »
    Good morning.

    73 heading to 92 with a slight possibility of thunderstorms. No storms yesterday, I hope it remains that way today also.

     I didn't make it to the Post Office yesterday so will be going this morning while II sleeps in preparation for working 11-7 tonight. Also plan to see if the little pop-up farmer's stand is open in the normal place while I am out.

    Anna, take care of yourself and fingers crossed here for a negative Covid-19 test.

    Everyone, have a pleasant day. Take time for yourself. Stay safe.

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    Re: The Good Morning Thread
    « Reply #33771 on: July 24, 2020, 09:57:06 am »
    Good Morning

    We had a delightful sunrise with cool temperatures (69), so I stayed outside longer than usual.  Dishwasher and Laundry are running now.
    So it is time to eat something bad for me and take a nap. 

    Keep Well All.

    Anna: You run a pretty fast pace...maybe slow down a bit ?
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    Re: The Good Morning Thread
    « Reply #33772 on: July 24, 2020, 04:59:10 pm »
    Happy News!

    I have my COVID-19 test results back already: NEGATIVE   ;D

    I had a video appointment with my health care provider this morning and she has ordered lab work and gave detailed instructions as to what to do if this happens again: Go to ER if either a single episode over 10 minutes or multiple short episodes in a single day. DH to phone 911 if I pass out again. Since waking up this morning, I have been feeling fantastic!

    My stiff neck has been loosening up all day. The back of my head doesn't hurt any more but I found a sore spot on my right elbow where I might have hit the floor first. That is the direction that I was planning on turning before I passed out.

    Anna: You run a pretty fast pace...maybe slow down a bit ?
    The problem might be that I haven't been running for the past three weeks due to jury duty and extremely hot weather. I also haven't been eating properly and have gained a few pounds over that time frame as well. Back on the healthy wagon for me!!  :D 8) ;D

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    Re: The Good Morning Thread
    « Reply #33773 on: July 25, 2020, 03:23:25 am »
    Good morning. 

    Fantastic news, Anna!  Do take care of yourself, I'm so glad you are feeling better.

    Everyone stay safe, be well.

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    Re: The Good Morning Thread
    « Reply #33774 on: July 25, 2020, 05:43:29 am »
    Good Morning and Yeah, Anna !

    I have a giddy feeling like I am going to have a fun adventure today, but I will darned if I know what it is...

    Hope everyone has fun and safe weekend plans

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