…the home worker Yesterday I mentioned how today I should have been getting ready for my 3rd Evergreen Trail Trek. Today I went out and did it anyway. Partway through the day I texted my friend because I heard that maybe some people were still going out to run the course. She wasn’t sure how… Continue reading Through the eyes of…
Through the eyes of… …the retiree Had a physical today, my Dr said I was in pretty good health, he said not to have a cholesterol check as going to the lab at this time was not a good idea. I also asked my Dr if he felt I was in a high risk group,… Continue reading Still in Lockdown
Have you ever walked up to the door of a store and seen a sign that says, "Back in 45 mins" but no indication as to what time the sign was placed. Could have been 5 minutes ago or 40 minutes ago, you either have to wait 40 minutes for 5 minutes???? That's what it… Continue reading Opening Soon!!!
It’s been 38 days since Alberta declared a state of emergency, the day after all schools in Alberta where closed for an unknown amount of time, they said expect schools not to reopen until the fall, although some other provinces have mentioned school opening, but have met with comments from parents saying no way will… Continue reading Lockdown
So Saskatchewan has released a plan to open up starting May 4th, interesting day to do that. (Look it up) I was listening to our chief medical officer of Alberta and reading between the lines we could be following very closely to them, part of the reason being how close some towns are to the… Continue reading May the Force be with them!!!
The pandemic goes on but there seems to be some hope, BC is looking at relaxing things a little mid May and I think Alberta will be a couple of weeks behind them. The move is on, just trying yo decide if we will use a Uhaul or a mover, leaning towards a mover as… Continue reading Light at the end of some tunnel
It's been a while since there was a post, sometimes you just need to step back. However last night I felt sad, was I human, was the feelings I was having normal? The reason for the feelings was the news of the mass shooting in Nova Scotia, and the feeling which made me sad was… Continue reading Feelings of numbness
Got the furnace fixed today, although after being here an hour, all he did was put the wiring back the way it was prior to the new board going in, guess we shall see how much that costs us. I think the media needs to start back away from reporting on the virus, there is… Continue reading Isolation Lockdown
Yesterday our furnace went off again, we where cooking and the fry pan generated some smoke, at times like this we use a button abound the thermostat that circulates air, the builder called it a poor man’s air conditioner. So I fired it up and right away lost power to the thermostat, turns out the… Continue reading Isolation Day What?
Today I went for some exercise round a local reservoir, half way around you have to cross a bridge that spans a creek. As I approached the bridge I could see a couple with a small child, the couple, both of them independently, where let’s say FaceTiming with, I can only assume, family. Sure, nice… Continue reading Isolation Lockdown Day 18
Welcome to the world of uncertainty. As we head into the middle of 4 weeks of now school, we are all starting to get a little up tight as to when all this will end, we all want to start to do normal things again, even something as small and as simple as wandering around… Continue reading Isolation Lockdown Day 17
So we missed a couple of days of posts, sometime being locked up for days just zips your energy, as it has the past few days. Our furnace is on the fritz and we had call someone into have a look, seems it needs a new circuit board, glad we have insurance for that, in… Continue reading Isolation lockdown Day 16