What's everyone doing for the weekend.

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  1. iamsally

    iamsally Well-Known Member

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    Looks like we may be spending a few days at the MIL's. We will be having a real estate agent in to see where we should go from here.
     
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    So sad that everyone has to deal with this dementia. I hope I never get that way. Glad you got to enjoy some tv, leftovers and...of course....WINE!
     
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    This should be epic! I'm excited for you!
     
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    Staying home, watching movies, feeding chickens, caring for garden, feeding husband; oh yeah, like what I do every single day. [​IMG]
     
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    Saturday: Probably going to go into the Museum, just to get a look at how the renovations are going, and touch base with my colleagues.
    Sunday: Probably St. Stephen's Lutheran (ELCA), Williamsburg, VA, and First UMC Costa Mesa (they switched over from hosting their services on Facebook to hosting them on YouTube).
     
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    WOW! Remember when we used to do things on the weekends??!!?? [​IMG]
    We will probably do what we have been doing quite a bit these weekends with the nice weather. We drive in the country for a bit and then go to one of several parks in the area where we can walk for a couple of miles without coming into contact with anyone.
     
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    HAHA! Too true about weekends! This weekend will be cutting our tree down into more manageable pieces to take to the recycler since it came down last week with all of the ice we got. I consider ourselves lucky though because the ice didn't come through until Sunday late evening, and it could've been a lot worse since there are still people without power over a week since the weather. Snow 2021.jpg Tree 2021.jpg Fixed fence 2021.jpg
    We fixed the fence last weekend because the tree took out that post at the corner.
     
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    Going into the Museum on Saturday, then streaming 3 church services on Sunday, in 3 different churches (it is Lent), in 3 different denominations (I am pan-denominational).
     
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    We had to take down a tree that did not come down but was in real danger of doing so. The DH would be cutting it up today if not for one of our own bees stinging him; ON PURPOSE!! He had a mild reaction but bad enough that he does not feel like doing heavy work.

    I like the "pan-denominational" term.
     
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    Well, "Non-Denominational" got snapped up a long time ago by groups that are anything but.

    At any rate, we actually had a tour group at the Museum today. And they couldn't get enough of it. They couldn't get enough of Sara and Madeline in the main gallery; they couldn't get enough of me in the 1950s Shop, and then one of them asked a question about photoengraving, and George (our engraver) was handy, so I handed them off to him, and they couldn't get enough of him. Then, after all that, they couldn't get enough of the gift counter.

    And so I was actually able to do Lino demonstrations with the Apollo 14 50th Anniversary Limited Edition Souvenir Card, for paying visitors, before it was time to break up the forme (it is the end of the anniversary month) and put together the Apollo 15 souvenir card forme.

    But before all that, this morning, I got the March newsletter for the Long Beach AGO Chapter out the door and into the mail.

    Now, with tonight's Jeopardy rerun preempted by yet another big roundball game (and rescheduled for 9:30), I guess I'll be picking up dinner.
     
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    My MIL is one of those. They are not a denomination! They are not Protestants! They are The Church that was founded in 33AD. It says so on their cornerstones.

    Probably nothing. My daughter's family may come over to watch Eurovision. They are part of our {bubble} as her husband is so compromised that they are more careful than we are.
     

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