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Day 42 of Sheltering-in-Place here in Panama City Beach, FL. This morning’s statistics for COVID-19 for Bay County are 60 confirmed cases and two deaths and for Florida, 28,832 cases and 960 deaths. The median age in Bay County for those tested positive is 47. I guess us seniors are staying safe.

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I moved the last piece of furniture I am going to move until I can get help moving the workbench. Taking the sewing cabinet out of the kitchen yesterday was like opening up my kitchen. I forgot how spacious it was. And today by moving the dresser into the sewing room, it gave me more space in the living room. And I stopped to count my blessings, as there are so many without the space I have.

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My next adventure is trying to get all my art and craft supplies into the tiny office, that also holds my genealogy materials and all my photos. Plus I brought many of my mother-in-law’s genealogical and photographic memorabilia home with me as I was cleaning out her house when she went into assisted living. Now she in home care as she needs help eating. I am thankful that my brother-in-law moved her to where she is, especially now when the virus is especially contagious in senior living facilities.

It may be time to be doing a little destash of these supplies. The trouble with being a mixed media artist is I see value and multiple uses for everything. So I really am going to make some decisions.

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We just had a tornado warning. I turned on the local weather and watched the storm roll through my area. It got really dark and the winds were strong, but luckily it moved through quickly.

Today was another Zoom day. Nancy, Theresa and I got caught up with what is going on in our lives. I sure miss seeing them in person, but Zoom is the next best thing.

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My TV that fell seem to be ok but I cannot connect to my Fire device. I have had it connected for so long, I don’t remember how I got it connected in the first place. I changed the batteries in the remote, and read the Fire and the TV instructions, but nothing works. So I am not sure if it’s the TV or the Fire device. Since I do not have cable I can’t check the TV. I guess I could hook up the Fire devise to my main TV and see if it works that way.

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I keep thinking that I will be living in seclusion for a long time. But I also keep hoping that the scientists and doctors will develop a better treatment, because we are all going to get this virus somehow.

Stay Safe, Stay Healthy.

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