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    :) No one posting today? Where is everyone. Maybe we are all bored by our isolation. I'm okay. Jeanie :)

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    Glad you are okay Jeanie. I think maybe we are a little worn out and bored with all this isolation.

    Hoping Sunshine is doing better. Miss her.
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    Daughter sent these pictures today, taken this morning at a mountain lake near them. The beauty of living where she does is that there are hundreds and hundreds of acres of open spaces where you see no one. They love to camp in their camper and don't have to go far to get out while maintaining isolation. They spent the night in their camper and watched a bald eagle nest this morning!

    While I don't have bald eagles here, I did observe a pair of Orioles looking for my out-of-commission fountain today. Orioles are so colorful!
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    Got DH to put up my new finch feeder today. I used to have one where we used to live. We got so many goldfinches. I took it down (a sock type feeder) when one of my cats figured out that she could jump up high enough to snag a bird off of the feeder! My new feeder is a metal feeder, hanging high on a post on a swivel hook, plus I can see it from my computer desk vantage point. We'll see how long it takes the little finches to find that load of thistle seed.
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    Beautiful photos, nuthatch! I must have missed something because I'm not sure what the brightly colored egglike things are in the first photo--?

    Speaking of photos, there are some interesting photos of New York in the midst of the pandemic here:

    https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2...24Hours_Corona
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    It sure is quiet in here today. Cat got your tongue? SAM, I've told you about that, now let go!

    I've been shopping on Amazon. Got new sheets and a comforter, nothing expensive. And Friday, I'm getting two more items delivered from Amazon. Again, nothing expensive.

    I'm headed to the kitchen and fix a meal, I'm getting hungry.

    Everyone have a great day!
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    Howie, if you think it is quite in here today, you should have stopped by yesterday.

    Thanks Agate, for the pictures and also the articles in the New Yorker. I am enjoying reading them.
    Virginia

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    So glad you're buying a few things, Howie!

    Virginia, I've been spending quite a bit of time looking over those New York scenes and reading the stories too.

    My sister lived in NYC for a few years and my mother spent her childhood there. I've been there myself a few times. Every time I've seen New York, every street has been pretty crowded with people. Seeing the streets so empty is sad and strange but some of the photos are beautiful, I think.
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    Good morning sleepyheads!

    I've been up since 5am. Why you ask? Because I went to bed at 7pm. It wasn't even dark yet!

    Not having TV to keep me up is doing a number on me. But that should end Friday when I get my new antenna from Amazon. Hurry up Friday!!!

    Thank goodness I have a bunch of DVDs. Without them, I would be insane by now....well, more insane.

    When you finally get up, I hope you have a great day!
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    Good morning, Howie, I didn’t know that your tv wasn’t getting any stations. Have you found options on YouTube?

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    Ann, YouTube is my favorite place to be......besides here!
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