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Day 222: It’s Going to be Hot

Sunday, August 09, 2020

"Real success comes in small portions day by day. You need to take pleasure in life’s daily little treasures. It is the most important thing in measuring success." (Denis Waitley)

Quarantine Day #143

Hello, my lovely friends!

It looks like Mother Nature is going to remind us all that it’s summer and hit us with the high 90’s all week. It’s still cold at night, in the low 50’s and that’s strange. I’m good at it because I love the cooler weather. The whole state is in a drought now and we need some rain here. I wonder what this weird weather will bring for winter. We haven’t had a good blizzard in years and we’re due for one.

This week we have a few outings to do. My mom wants to go to the cemetery to see my dad. She has a doctor’s appointment about her knees and possibly having surgery on them. I want to go to our new grocery store in our community, it’s a local one called Natural Grocery. I need some fresh produce and thought about going to Sprouts, but I should check out the new market here. Also, my mom wants to head to Home Depot and check some things out for projects in the near future she wants to do. I also want to look for some flowers to put in the pots and flower boxes in the front for the fall. Can you believe that Fall is right around the corner? Crazy, right?

Scooter is pretty much back to normal. Poor little man. He was so miserable that there was no barking, playing, or prancing in the yard. Friday was the first day he started doing things like normal. Yesterday he was out barking at the dog behind us (the two love talking to each other). Last night I was having a snack and he was giving me googly eyes about it. So, he’s acting normal. The scratching has almost gone away and now it’s just daily dog scratching. Also, thanks Holly for the suggestion about not using the oatmeal shampoo. I did some research and saw bad things about it and I order one with Aloe and vitamin E in it for him. I’m going to give him a break from taking a bath and let his skin breathe again.

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