Morning all: The trio arrived at 8:30 a.m. having left the motel in Banning at 5:30 - amazing time! Daughter says No Traffic At All through Los Angeles! Puppy very excited by new assortment of places and smells and has spent a lot of time chasing the birds back and forth. She's inside now, so they'll have a chance to eat and not get indigestion.
Lindybird: That cartoon is a riot!
OG: Nobody is restricted when it comes to traveling (although they are telling everyone to stay home), but doc's appt was set three months ago before anyone thought of TxGiving. Grandson is indeed expected; we will be spaced around the living room/kitchen or out in the garden. Hope you like the kitchen layout; March sounds like a good time for the work.
Yesterday was strange – tropical, hot, thunderstorms, few showers - horrid. Today much improved, expecting 24 C. Partly the drop in temp, but I do feel much better this morn. I am no longer favouring my right arm though I shall not try stretching for things yet. Schools back today after our short drastic lockdown. Dau said Trio made Anzac biscuits, did some school worksheets & other educational play on their 2 days of no school. S-i-l again working from home.
Hawksbill turtles here.
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