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March 29, 2020


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You have to get really tough with us octogenarians or we just blow you youngsters off! It all reminds me of when I was a pre-teen/teen-ager. The Catholic kids/kids who attended Catholic schools told us that the nuns would bring a 1-foot-long ruler to dances to assure that girls and boys weren't getting too close together.

You also reminded me that the last time your dad and I got groceries, a package of frozen cod fell out of the freezer display unit when I opened its door. Having been raised as a gentleman, one of the employees stepped over to pick it up for me. It's hard to break old habits.

I've been using wetness as an excuse not to have really started on spring cleaning in the yard, yet. It was still squishy, yesterday. I've pulled a bunch of grass out of the edges of the planting areas and raked/blown a few leaves; but, I don't think I've done enough to count. Sounds like you made a lot of progress. Let's hope your windmill is safe from dumpage for the year.


I wanted to get a bunch done because it is supposed to be wet most of the week. Rained yesterday. Thunderboomers and hail last night. This morning there was a bit of snow (not much), rained all day today.

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Wet here, too. I heard water hitting my bedroom window at 4:30am, today, so got up to make sure that the sprinkler system was, indeed, turned OFF. Ryne (Kevin's younger "boy") had serviced our system, yesterday, and told me that he had left the system in the "off" position; but, I wanted to be sure that it was rain hitting the window above my bed. No snow, here, as our low was in the low- or mid-40s.

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