Tomorrow is Already Here

16 May


May 16,  2020

Day 56


Zero New cases. 7 Recovered cases. Ratio of recovered cases to active cases is 95.3%. Four Zeroes on the board.

For the first time in a month I felt like myself today. Power washed the steps and walkway to get rid of the mold that makes them green and slippery. Repaired the west wall of the kitchen where I discovered a leak after the gully-washer rains of the night before. That took all afternoon and used up 80 square-feet of tar paper that a friend donated to us a year ago. I keep everything and this was one more time I’m glad I have that habit. Did one more job but for the life of me I can’t figure out what it was.

More for tomorrow, now that I’m back on my feet. Crossing things off the list and adding more to it as things judder forward. The quail are back again. Make up your mind, guys.

Getting lots of random followers from my tags or just pure luck of the draw. Hate to disappoint you all, but I’m just here for the comments and only visit the really rare site or three. You know who you are. Thanks for hanging with me thus far.

Good night all. Tomorrow is already here.



2 Responses to “Tomorrow is Already Here”

  1. rochellewisoff May 16, 2020 at 5:16 pm #

    Dear Doug,

    I just checked the world clock and see that you’re up way past your bedtime. Your good reports make me happy. Going to bake bread this afternoon. Haven’t done that in a very long time. Say hi to the quail for me. 😉 And give my love to Valerie. Now get some rest AWTB.



  2. sustainabilitea May 17, 2020 at 1:29 am #

    Always wonderful to read good news, Doug. We saw some quail today when we were leaving my mom and dad’s place. They’re such a joy to watch and they can really move. As for hanging with you, it’s also joy. I have fond memories of the visit during which we met. I hope that perhaps some days we’ll meet the two or you in NZ.


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