Clare: I've just looked at all your photos that you posted on a prior thread from your Seal Watching Boat Trip. Your pics were all wonderful. Of course, I especially enjoyed the seal photos. They are such engaging and beautiful creatures. Alas, no seals in Indiana. Thanks for posting! I hope you and Limpy had a wonderful time!!!EDIT: Clare, I've also viewed your Red Kite photos from the Wales trip. Very, very lovely. Those birds are such a beautiful color. More intense than R.T. Hawk. I always enjoy the gulls. Loved all these. THANKS!
OG and EE: I am so very happy that OG is now back at home. I hope you are recuperating, growing stronger, and feeling much better, OG! Thanks for keeping us updated, EE. I hope you're getting some rest. I'm glad the new vehicle served its purpose. Sending you all good energy.
Heather: I hope the insomnia is abating and you're sleeping well now. Would chamomile tea help bring on sleep for you? Maybe a melatonin supplement for temporary use? Anyway, sending you relaxation.
All, I am settling in after being away, and I'll try to be better about following the thread. I know there are some I've neglected. Forgive me.
Take care, all, and stay safe.
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LINDY: I'm so very sorry about the loss of your brother's wife. I wish we could get this awful disease under control on a global scale. Your recent photos of your grandchildren were lovely. You must be so proud of them!
I'm not sure, LINDY, what behaving impeccably means !! My family by and large, are quite noisy but what the heck ! My OHs grandchildren were so quiet and shy - so we almost split up when he was exposed to some of mine. They were/are never rude etc but oh my goodness, having fun inevitably means noise... CLARE and DIANE - I haven't looked at your links yet, but intend to do so later today.
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