Tuesday, February 28
Dear Cyber Scheduling Manager:
Yes, indeed, I have been derelict in my duties, particularly that of furnishing posts for the blogging community. I realize my doing the job is the only way the community will be properly informed about activities at my address. Why have I been derelict, you ask. I will tell you.
One day I had a nose bleed for about ten hours non-stop; however, it would slow down enough for me to change bloody nose tissue plugs. You heard enough? I figured so.
The weather has varied from high near 80 to low about 18. I did get out a couple days to walk, but most days I didn’t do that. Note: excuse above: nose bleed and I didn’t go the next day because I didn’t want to wake my nose up.
I’m working as much as possible on my family records. You will realize that I am the oldest living blood member of my mother and my father. Records are important in case it ever becomes politically safe to admit that I am from no “diverse” group. Right now it doesn’t matter. No effort to provide me with any equity. I am “woman” but white and no raving beauty, edit that to “she blends in with the crowd.”
Sammy and I got a raise in SS checks. I think adjustments on Medicare withholding still gives us sixteen dollars a month for the two of us but I have to search for low prices. Comparison shopping takes time.
That brings to mind, inflation. Which moves me on to the research I have been doing on the signs of end times. Interesting stuff I’m uncovering. I’m watching as the USA is moving right off the stage in preparation for joining the actors on world stage. President Biden would never know how to arrange such a major give-away, but the puppeteers will get it on his card soon.
My cousin and her daughter were here Sunday. I don’t see her often as she lives about seven states east of me. My sister was here today. She helped me out with clothes folding and bed making. We went out to eat. Ate chicken fried steak sandwiches. Ahh, good! Deeply repentant, I only drank a shake for supper.
There were tornadoes stirring all around last night. I turned off computer to protect it from electric surges. My granddaughter with her family were here. We have a storm shelter where they planned go in case it was needed. It wasn’t, although there was a tornado messing around about 12-15 miles from here. We had a good time being together.
I guess that is a sufficient break down of my activities to plead for forgiveness for shirking my blogging assignments. Please keep me on schedule. Promise to do better, finger crossed.
Oneta Hayes, Schedule Manager
Glad to see you are keeping busy as usual. Don’t wake up that nose again.
A bit of Johnson’s Baby Powder on it and it sleeps like a baby.
Your sarcasm tells me you’re still in fine operating condition. Please stay well. 🙂 ❤
Sarcasm? I had to reread to find it. Yeah, I found some. 🙂
It comes naturally to you. 😁
I’m thinking. Evaluating kind of thinking. I don’t like being sarcastic. That’s not nice. I’m trying out new labels. Looking for one that sounds more Christ-like.
I understand. Sarcasm doesn’t seem like a ‘not nice’ term (or act) to me. Among friends it’s even playful. But others feel as you do. I think of sarcasm as satire. Actually a ‘kind’ way to point out disagreement with wit and humor. Better than shouting or name calling. IMHO… Our language is being hijacked and redefined for nefarious reasons. I try not to allow others to tell me what is “kind” and trust my heart to know my intentions. God bless.
Michael below, took my fun as I meant it. I’m glad you understand me. It is not my intent to be mean. I’m dealing with this issue and plan to blog my conclusions before long. Couldn’t post today because of computer malfunctions. I think it is worked out now.
Ha Ha! Thanks for the great humor.
Humorous, that sounds much better than sarcastic. See comment above. Thanks, Michael. I have fun and try to throw in some meal pellets with the wood chips. Keep the bunnies happy. 😀