OG: I'm so sorry that you all are still so sick. I hope that good food from the new oven will help you all regain your health and strength. Until then, get all the rest that you can.
ForestBoar: Sending healing energy to you.
Lindy: Lovely autumn photos!
AQ: Dang, I hope you stay safe. That fire coverage that I'm following is truly disturbing and mind-blowing.
Annette and Anyone Interested: The transit tomorrow will be the last time that Mercury transits the sun until 2032. A couple of sites are going to live stream the event online. THIS ARTICLE gives info, times, and the website links where you can watch it. Annette, it will begin very early for you. Scroll about halfway down for times in your time zone.
Diane: Thanks for the links. Can you believe that I only just realized that UTC is the same as plain old Greenwich Mean Time! Anyway, 7:20 am works for me, I'll be on my second cup of coffee.
OG; Oh dear sounds like you're all a bit wrung out. That shepherd's pie should help.
PatO Enjoy your great-nephew!
Morning all and Thanks Diane re my back - it is a lot easier but a friend said they symptoms sounded like kidney stones - I do hope not. If it happens again I will go to doc.
Diane your temperatures are very low - Ive already started using a hot water bottle - goodness knows how you stay warm. AQ hope the fires get under control soon.
Good wishes to all with health issues and a dryer week for all in the North
Good Morning. Dry here, but more damp to come, today. Thinking of OG and hoping that all of them feel lots better today. My OH is going to see the clinic nurse and have his stitches removed, today. He's looking forward to it as he reckons they've been adding to the discomfort he's been having with his leg.
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