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4/29/20 9:40 A

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Good morning!! Well, hopefully it'll still be morning when I finish this message. :-D

Sunny and warm today, so at lunchtime, I'm heading outside to do some yardwork. I am trying to integrate that more into my activity routine, but it's weather dependent.

I've had issues with work this morning. I changed my password in one place, but not in another, I didn't know how to fix it, and it took 2 hrs to get it all up & running.

If you're looking for yeast, dry active or quick, if you have a Scoop & Save in the area, they most likely have some. I bought a huge package for the bread machine (quick yeast), enough to last 3 years, so I've divvied it up and I'm going to contact one of the local "community helping community" groups here, and give some to others who can't find any, and who could really use a break on bread prices.

In NB, isolation rules are starting to lax, but barely. We can have a 2nd household who can visit etc, so my neighbour with Free Child Labour became our 2nd household. This morning, Wifey and FCL headed to the mini home to keep working on it. That kid is a clean freak, so I know it will be really helpful.

Well, back to the day job, since I still have one. :-D

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Wow... really? It's been weeks since I've posted here!

It's great to know your lives are hanging in there. :) Mine too.

To those who knew the persons and families of the NS shootings, my heart is with you. And I agree with the others, grieving in isolation is a very difficult thing to do, even though after the first few weeks, in my opinion, you either move forward or go deeper into the grieving process. I would say stay strong, and in this case, staying strong means reaching out to others when you are suffering. Don't wait for them to find you, they don't know you're hurting. Make a call, send a FB message, or text even one person if these days are very difficult. Glenda & I can tell you, from experience, what grieving can be like, and we're talking 2 very different experiences, too.

Easter was quiet, as everyone else's was. I bought a frozen Butterball turkey breast all wrapped up, unstuffed. We still had some stuffing leftover from NYE, apparently, in the deep freezer, so we didn't have to buy those supplies.

The day before, the 18th, was my and Wifey's 5th anniversary. Can't go to dinner, can't go to the movies, can't go bowling, can't go to the clay workshop, so Wifey got inventive. We ended up seeing the Welsford falls, another falls I can't remember the name, and 2 covered bridges. She really wanted to get out of the house, in between exams, so we did some hiking. It was a good day for it, everyone we saw was very respectful of the physical distancing rules, and even DogFace managed to get through all that hiking. There was cheesecake for dessert, from a friend I saw at the store. He paid for it, left it at customer service, and I wasn't more than 5 mins behind him. You know you shop too much for food at one store when nearly all the cashiers know you by your first name.... one of the ladies brought it to me and explained the deal. Awwwwww, Toddy..... *sniffle* And it only took is 2 sittings to plow through it.... it was a challenge that had to be met! LOL

My home office space changed a couple times, and I'm trying the latest setup. I have 2 long monitors and a laptop monitor, plus external mice & keyboard - thankfully wireless. We rearranged some furniture, shrank the kitchen table to a normal size (now that she's done exams online), and moved a desk in a space. I also have 2 tray tables that I use as keyboard/mouse tray, and a writing space. Nearly all of my stuff is computerized, but I keep a daily work journal and a small note pad handy. I'm still under the heat pump, happily, but I'm facing the other way. So far, so good.

Wifey is hoping Oulton's College will be able to open again on May 6, in a limited capacity, for its students who are graduating. Many are missing some lab or onsite work assignments to graduate, even though exams are done. They're also trying to get graduates to their Work Term jobs, and then Vet Techs have an industry exam to be registered in Canada. With all that still to come, she has a 90% average to date. 90?!!! That woman blew me away. I knew she would do ok, maybe closer to mid range average, but not an A+!! I am incredibly proud of her, and totally impressed!

Warmer temps are FINALLY here! Yesterday, we finally got to the backyard and chopped down some trees that keep threatening to land on the house. Mostly that skinny white birch, but some other brush too. And I hurt. She does too. Tylenol and Naproxen are awesome!

Ok, back to the day job. Maybe tonight, I'll talk Wifey into sifting through a couple more of her boxes from the minihome.

Wash your hands! (it's my new signature... whaddya think?)

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4/26/20 9:15 A

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Good morning ladies. How is everyone holding up. Everyone here is doing ok. Overwhelmed with the emotions of the events that have unfolded here in Nova Scotia this past week. Between trying to keep updated on that and staying on top of the Covid situation it's been a very inactive week.
Yes Faith the purge is done.... Well mostly. I wanted to go through the closet in the spare room but I'll leave it till good will opens up. I don't have a linen closet upstairs. I lost that when I rearranged some closets to make my kitchen bigger when we bought this house so I store all bedsheets and comforters in there. I've come to realize that I'm done with the bazillion sets of sheets and change over options so it got to go but by doing so it will just make my good will pile bigger so not feeling that right now so I'll leave it. At least it's not in the way. My walk in closet was the big one cause that seemed to be the drop zone for everything. I set up a little desk in there for my work stuff as that didn't have a home and I needed to plug the tablet in daily. So I'm happy about that.
So I'm back to work this week. I got he call on Friday that they are putting us back out there. Because I don't have my own stores yet and I'm a floater I'm hoping to service the same stores I was before this all happened. I had a service routine in place that worked and was able to do one or two stores a day and most times was home again before people were really out and about. I still have to be careful not to bring home anything to Rebecca. And I told my boss I'm happy to go back to work but under my terms. I will not be in stores past noon as that's when stores get busy. I want to be in and out by 11... And I have no problem going to work at 5 or 6 in the morning to make that happen. He was happy to know I was willing to as there are plenty that are not.

Well it's a beautiful sunny day here in Halifax and I'm ready to get this day started. Enjoy ladies and stay safe. emoticon

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Good morning all. Sunday morning and I donít have any meal prep to do this week. We have a lot of individual ďleftoversĒ meals in the freezer that I want to use up for lunches this week, so I donít need to make a big soup or anything. I did use my sourdough starter for the second time yesterday and baked my second loaf of sourdough bread. It really just tastes like crusty bread right now and not overly sour. Yummy though.

Hard to believe we will be entering May soon. March dragged on way too long, but April seemed to zoom by.

Glenda, Iím with you and will be pretty thankful to see the end of this whole situation.

Lori, I expect youíve gotten through you entire house by now and itís spring-cleaned and organized.

Jo, hope all is well with you also. Donít envy you guys trying to get a place ready to sell right now. Although with conditions changing in NB, maybe the real estate market will start to pick up again.

We seem to be managing okay, aside from the occasional bout of stir-craziness and my constant frustration over certain ingredients I need to replace being sold out. I currently have an online shopping cart full of jeans and shoes that Iím trying not to buy, since I tend to cope by shopping. I expect I will be submitting an order of some kind (smaller order) today since I have convinced myself itís time for a reward for staying on track this long and I do need a smaller size.

Looking forward to some time outside later today since we are supposed to reach 15 degrees for the first time this spring! Hopefully it will get rid of more snow!!

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4/25/20 6:44 P

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Well into another Saturday already. Time is quickly going by.I will be happy, as I am sure everyone else will be when the threat of Covid-19 is over. Staying safe is of utmost importance now though.
There is so much sadness in the world these days it is difficult not to be depressed. The massacre in my home province last weekend was extremely upsetting. I feel so sad for all those families going through such terrible losses. My heart goes out to them...
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Well, I donít even know what to say after a weekend like this. Lori I hope all your loved ones are safe. My husbandís family is fine but several live in the smaller communities near everything that happened. Itís hard to imagine this tragedy occurring in Canada, let alone Atlantic Canada. With all the restrictions in place for COVID-19, people wonít even be able to gather to grieve and support each other.

Hope in terms of everything else, everyone is faring okay. Weíre into week six now...almost feels normal to never leave the house.

Take care all!!

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4/18/20 1:28 P

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Good Saturday morniní from BC. The sun is shining and I am being a wee bit lazy. I am on my second cup of Java as I didnít sleep well last night. Crazy dreams when I did doze.... Today should be interesting Ďcause now I have to keep kickiní my butt to keep moviní....lol
Easter was quiet here and we didnít have the traditional turkey feast we had takeout....That really was a treat and we were all a little nervous to do it but we bit the bullet and did it anyway...Sometimes you just gotta live a little on the edge to feel alive.
I am not used to being anchored down as I am sure a lot of people are not either. Even if I choose to not go anywhere I like to feel like I can. I would never make it in prison....lo....just sayiní
Well I am almost finished my Java and I am going to kick my butt outside for a walk around the block with the pooch.
Have an awesome day ladies and letís kick Covid to the curb,,,,,,,

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4/18/20 9:33 A

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Good morning ladies. How did everyone enjoy their Easter. Ours was good. A lot more quite as you all are aware. We are all in the same boat. DD was surprised to find the few chocolate treats that she could have. She was also shocked at the egg hunt that they actually had something inside. I told her I would hide eggs but she didn't expect anything to be inside lol ... I fooled her.

So I purged the 2 rooms, 1 walk in closet left and a Linen closet downstairs to go. Our best friend has his king size bed stored in my workout room so we are focusing on that next. With the kid not going to physio at the hospital it is more important than ever to get that space back so she gets stronger and not go backwards as she is making great strides. We had a phone consult yesterday and she has a new routine to start and I'd love to get back on my bike and treadmill and start lifting my weight to get back some strength.

Anyway my iPad is acting weird and I'm afraid I'll lose my post so I'm signing off. Take care and stay safe. emoticon

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4/9/20 2:41 P

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Good day ladies.
So I got my kitchen all done and then some. I got my cupboards all washed down walls included. I cleaned out my corner hutch and got both windows and screens in the living room done. Tomorrow I'm going to tackle the stereo cabinet. I have to leave the outside of the windows for later on in the spring... After the street cleaners go by. Next week it's time to purge the bedrooms.

So another sparkfriend invited me in her challenge to work out 10 minutes a day for 5 days. I signed up to at least get me going. I started the first 2 on evening walks with the dog just doing the short loop in our area. Yesterday I did a 15 minute workout and a 22 minute walk. Today I dropped ingredients off to my mom so she could make Rebeccas gluten free/ dairy free tea buns. Then mom and I headed out for a walk... Her on one side of the road and I on the other. It's the benefit of living on each end of the same area. Thank god her hearing is good. We were able to have a chat while we walked. My god she amazes me... For an 80 year old woman she has lots of spunk!! I love it!! It's the second time I've seen her in weeks.. I just wanted to go over and give her a kiss and a hug... But I didn't. I just blew her a kiss as we went our separate ways. I'll be glad when this is all over and I can actually go down and have a cup of tea with them. Dad was up twice to put stuff in his shed.. When they moved here we tore down our old shed and he built a bigger one for our stuff and his stuff. Gives him a place to piddle around. So I put a chair outside his door so we can chat when he comes up ...keeping our distance too of course.

Tuesday I filed for CERB so we will see how that goes.

For Easter I went to the specialty store for Rebecca to get her supply of groceries and was able to get a couple of things for her but I decided to put loonies and toonies in Easter eggs for her. When this is all over she can go shopping. I may go to Starbucks to get her a gift card also as it's the only place she can get a treat when she goes to the mall with her friends. I bought that stuffed turkey at Sobeys. I didn't want to go through the trouble of doing the whole shebang so I just bare minimum for Easter dinner. It's just the 3 of us so not worth the trouble going all out.

Well off to cook supper. Take care and stay safe.

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Looking forward to heading into a 4-day weekend. I find the current world situation is very draining. Even though we can't go anywhere or do anything outside the home, I feel having the extra day off might help my anxiety.

My online grocery order was NOT a success this week at all. I could not get most of the cleaning products I wanted, or a number of food items. It's no problem to get all the fresh food, meat or dairy that you want. However, if you run out of a pantry staple, good luck getting it replaced because everyone is stocking up on those items. It's stressing me out to no end.

I had added sushi to my order as a little treat and I couldn't even get that. So, my plan for tomorrow is to make it at home since I actually have avocado, cucumber and shrimp. The last time I made it, I definitely used too much rice (tasted fine, harder to roll), so hopefully I can correct it this time around.

Hope everyone else is well since your last check-in! I'll continue to envy your productivity as you tackle big projects during this time... I'll just make sushi and do a load of laundry...

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4/7/20 3:03 P

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Good Tuesday afternoon peeps;
Me and Sir Marty just got back from our daily jaunt. I love the hills here. My but is firming up...lol..
It is a gorgeous day here in the valley. The wind is still a wee bit on the chilly side but great for walking.
Not much planned for today. Maybe I will break down and do my taxes... I have really put it off this year. I usually do them the end of February. Putting off because I will have to pay in. Yuck...
I sure wish I could go browsing through the stores. I kind of miss doing that. Imagine missing Walmart.... lol....
Well peeps just thought I would check in and let ya all know I am still kickiní
Stay safe and sparkly..
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4/6/20 5:34 P

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Quick reply with a yeast tip. I got mine at Costco, but when a friend went looking it was sold out. They were able to get a few packets at Walmart.

This online store where I order a lot of my cookie decorating supplies had a shipment of yeast last week and sheís getting 200 more on Wednesday. Itís only $10 for a huge container of yeast, but, her shipping is quite high, so if youíre not picking up other items, it depends on how much you want that yeast if youíre willing to pay the shipping for it!

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4/6/20 3:18 P

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Whack-Shacky!

Wait, no... it's Shack-Whacky! Pretty bad when I even type in Backwards Talking!

There's lots going on with everybody, and we all agree, we need our regular lives back so we can stop this weight gain! I'm up 7lbs already. It's hard to do a DVD workout when Jenn's home because she is usually studying during my lunch hour. I can only do so much in the living room, so today, I did some snow-shoeing in the yard. Yes, I still have snow in my yard, probably about a foot deep in most places. I'm hoping the extra holes in the snow will help it melt faster.

Wifey's college is closed until May 8, which means they're writing exams at home, and the instructors in the program are trying to get everyone to finish the mock surgery activities somehow, before they go on practicum for 6 weeks. And that's on hold, too. It is a mess, but it's not just her class, it's all the graduates this year. So, in the meantime, she's sprucing up her minihome (just outside CFB Gagetown), so she can sell it. She's had it for 7 years, and never slept in it. This weekend, we put in about 12 hours worth of cleaning, crack-filling, taping walls & floors, and today, she's back over there to paint the first bedroom. I couldn't go because I still needed to do my day job, but she has to study tonight.

DogFace is all shaved up, and looks like a Boston Terrier instead of a Pomeranian. He even moves better and seems to want to play a bit more. Thank goodness for a long coat, a short coat and a sweater for him to wear outside if he's cold. It's almost double-digit temps here, and in the sun, he really enjoyed sitting on the deck.

I had an allergy attack sometime over the weekend, and I'm stuffed up. Not completely, just one side of my nose. It's better, now that I've taken Benadryl, but it'll take a couple days to clear up completely.

Has anyone found any yeast in the stores? I'd love to make home bread-maker bread, but we have no yeast, and most stores have none too.

So, with all this pandemic living, who's ready for Easter? It's one of the few holidays that I can usually side-step chocolate post-holiday. And this year will be even easier, because I won't be in town as much!

CatFaces are doing ok, and I think they've all adjusted to Sunshine crossing the Rainbow Bridge. So now, we're down to 5 again: Fly (the overweight munchkin), Peanut (Fly's munchkin grandson), Chaos (Peanut's munchkin sister & Fly's granddaughter), Duchess (don't know where she got the long legs, Chaos's daughter), and Mackie (aka, Mack Truck, the one Wifey brought home from school with extra digits on her paws). Sunshine was so quiet that her being gone isn't much of an adjustment to most of them. I think Fly misses her at times, but they seem ok.

I gotta get some housework done, so Wifey doesn't feel she has to help with that tonight.

Stay Safe,
Wash Your Hands,
Stay Home!

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Sorry to hear about your job, Lori, although the fact that you are relieved is probably pretty informative. Safety is not a given these days and it sounds like you work in a high risk area of being infected since youíre dealing with the public. Just so scary that people could be out around for days and not realize theyíre carrying it.

My husband is currently walking around costco getting our weekly groceries. Iím so nervous that heíll forget and touch his face after handling something! Costco is our only grocery run this week and next week I already have our superstore online order placed for pickup, so we wonít be in any stores next week.

Anyway, enjoy your extra time in the safety of your own home and good luck getting your spring cleaning done!

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Oh there were a few minor pranks here yesterday. I drove hubby to work and came home to pee washing my hands had a bit of water squirting in different directions, darling daughter taped a quarter to the faucet.. Lol no biggie. Then I come out to see a turd on a blanket. She tired to pull a quick one pretending that the dog did her business there. I didn't fall for that so easily. Lol

So I just got off the phone with my boss and I am officially unemployed. We are no longer servicing stores to help flatten the curve. They will reevaluate in 4 weeks. I'm not going to lie, I am relieved. It was nerve racking for sure. Hubby works retail and is working 12-13 hour days so that's SCAREY enough all on its own. After working he usually picks up odds and ends and 1 a week I do a big run for us , my parents and his parents. It usually take be about an hour total and I go first thing in the morning. It's the best time of day to shop.

Well yesterday I got my kitchen all done. The only thing I did do was wash down the cupboards. I was hoping to do that today but I woke with a headache today so I'm putting it off till another day. My girl woke with a headache as well and she is now in bed with a migraine so I'm laying low.. Keeping the noise down so she can rest. I have to have music on when doing housework so I'm just being lazy.. Surfing the net in between loads of laundry.

Ok think I'll go clean the bathroom. At least get that of my list of chores.

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No pranks here either. I don't think anyone in my house would respond very well right now!

Glad to hear from Glenda and Lori on the other thread! I just came in to reply to that one, but I'll reply here instead.

Glenda, I would say that you are very fortunate to have moved and be where you want to be during this time! My mom lives alone in a small community about 3 hours from us and it's so difficult. She says she doesn't mind the isolation, although she misses being able to drive here whenever she wants. In theory, she could have come here before the no-travel ban, but she wouldn't want to leave her house unattended for that long and with my husband having to go to the office on occasion and as the "errand/grocery" person, there's always a risk he might be bringing something into the house no matter how careful we are. So we think she's safest where she is. You have to cross the US-Canadian border twice to get to her home and it's a very tricky situation right now with border closures.

Lori, I cannot imagine having to go into stores right now and dealing with customers... especially customers who don't understand to respect social distancing. That would FREAK me out!! Wash your hands every 2 seconds and don't touch your face!! I've seen notices online that the multicultural association here is scheduling sessions to help folks understand what is going on and to assist them with groceries, etc. I bet not everyone takes advantage of the opportunity though. I hope things settle down and you're able to get in and out of the stores before customers arrive. Stay safe!!

One of my cousins works for Costco and he's very nervous to be at work these days. There are a few too many cases in our region and it's scary to wonder who might have it and not be showing symptoms yet. He's actually been relieved to have a few 3am shifts so he can leave the store before customers arrive.

My son and I decided that we "needed" quarantine survival rewards to look forward to. To mark the end of 4 weeks (next Friday), he is getting a new video game and I ordered a new Lodge double dutch oven and instant read thermometer... both for baking bread. I *love* baking bread and especially no-knead loaves. When I'm home, it's so much easier to have a loaf on the go. I'd like to be able to make 2 loaves at once so needed a second dutch oven. I'm also going to start a sour-dough starter this weekend.

Now, all that bread baking might sound counter-intuitive to my weight loss goals, but I do work it into my daily calorie range. It's my husband/son who consume most of it (for morning toast) anyway. I made no-knead focaccia rolls with multi-grain bread flour this week and they were *amazing*. So that has been my fun / stress-relief this week. Bread!

My husband has also realized that he needs to start following some of my WFH tips. I've done WFH stints for years, I know how it can lead to perpetual inertia and weight gain! This week, he has gotten dressed in jeans every day instead of working in PJ pants/sweat shirts. He has also started going for a short walk every morning before he shifts into work-mode. He does run every day, but that single bout of exercise does not make up for an entire day of sitting when your body is used to a lot more movement.

Tonight he is (hopefully) heading to Costco to tackle my list. I just need a few fresh items and a couple of things for the freezer. It shouldn't be that bad (again, hopefully).

Take care all...

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Hey Jo... No pranks here. Thank heavens.

It was sunny here today but the wind was chilly. (Good for walking). My walks are much shorter now since Covid. I donít go to far away from home. People in my neighborhood are keeping the distance.

Trying to keep sane in an insane world... I remain

A Sparkie...

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Hey Peeps,

Here's our new thread for the month. I didn't get here last night, and I see just about everyone messaged today. LOL

So, did anyone get pranked today?

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