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Lymetoo
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Today is the day ... to start exercising more!!! Winter will be here soon. Keep moving!

I hope everyone is having a great Sunday!

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Today some of us walked down to the neighbors to say hello to our goats. Nobody was home but the animals, so we petted them then walked back home.

Admired the 'storybook' looking house along the way. Its built of stone and just has a storybook feel to it.

There is another property setting empty with an old vintage pick up truck rusting away. Sonny is quite intrigued with it. Wondering how you would find out who the previous owner is, and if it could be purchased?

Oldest son took his metal detector out on the mountain to see what treasures he can find. Wonder what he might find around the old buildings - they say the house was built in 1900.

Put roast beef in the crock pot over night. It was tender falling off the bones soft - yum! Also made mac & cheese, broccoli, and purple cabbage.

I think I'll take a little nap and then read some more in my book.

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Manna—using the metal detector sounds like great fun after I eat your roast beef! What book are you reading. I am now reading Daylight by David Baldacci.

I went to church via zoom.

Did a load of laundry.

Called mom to remind her of her covid test at retirement center tomorrow.

Settling in to read.

Have a great week!! [Cool] [Smile]

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Hiker, I'm reading Sunlight Through Dusty Windows, by Dorcas Smucker. She's a Mennonite ministers wife and has written several books. This is 3 in one. She also has a blog that I've been reading for a couple years. I don't often laugh out loud while reading but she can make me do that! LOL
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Manna--I will have to check out that author.

I did my knee exercises.

Drove the hour to get mom from the retirement center and take her to the MD. Then drove back since I couldn't go into the retirement center to visit longer.

My BFF has covid in her family. Her husband tested positive and she is waiting results of Saturday's test and will test again tomorrow or Wednesday. Saying prayers!!

Cancelled my chiro appointment for tomorrow since covid is so rampant here.

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Thanks TuTu for getting us started for the week! I was busy getting 3 place settings of china, crystal glasses, placemats, napkins, napkin rings and polishing the silverware.

Made an easy dinner of store bought rotisserie chicken, boiled small variety potatoes and a combo broccoli, cauliflower, carrot medley for Sunday dinner. Also sautéed some apples and dried cranberries in butter, brown sugar, cinnamon and nutmeg. We topped it with sugar-free vanilla ice cream. LOL!

Have the Christmas decorations out and put up the lights on the front porch. Had to go buy a timer so now I don't have to worry about turning them on or off.

Today I had to go to the grocery store and also to the military base to make a payment for my Mom. Also managed to do a bit of Christmas shopping. I'm buying just a little at a time and trying to pinch my pennies.

Manna your dinner sounds delicious! What's your son planning to do with the old pickup truck? Hope he can purchase it. I'm with Hiker in regards to the roast and the metal detector. Love to explore places myself and using a metal detector sounds like fun.

Hiker glad you got to spend some time with your Mom. I hate to hear about your BFF having Covid in her household. Sure will be praying for her. Stay safe!

Josh is coming by again tomorrow. He borrowed my car since his wouldn't start on Sunday. He needed a battery (thank God!) so it was an easy fix. He's off this week so we'll probably have binge watching Netflix night with either pizza or tacos this weekend.

Anyways....back to watching some TV!

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Sorry to hear about your BFF's family, hiker. I sure hope she will be OK .. and you too.

I got my stitches out today. All is well!!

AK .. I guess I need to get busy on Christmas decorations!! I found the cutest LITTLE nativity today at Mardel. I may have to make another trip for more.

It was on sale and I didn't realize what a great buy it was. It is darling! It's ceramic. I'm going to leave it out all year.

See you guys later!

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Tutu--I love nativity sets. Mine is tiny and fits in an oddly shaped glass container from Germany.

I slept in until almost 9 this morning. Must have needed the sleep.

I did my balance exercises this morning.

Worked a bit on Bible study.

Talked to my mom's best friend for quite awhile.

Actually started writing a few Christmas cards. I always seem to end up sending more than I thought I would.

Have a good evening. [Cool]

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I'll send you a pic of it, hiker. It is darling.

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