Summer is Here

Day 85 of Safer-at-Home here in Panama City Beach, Florida. This morning’s statistics for COVID-19 for Bay County are 115 confirmed cases and 4 deaths and for Florida are 61,488 cases and 2,660 deaths.

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I did walk this morning. It was a sunny, humid morning. Summer is definitely here. While walking I listened to The Wife Between Us and I became so engrossed in it; it seemed like my walk was over quicker than usual. I ended up listening to it through lunch with all its twists and turns and finished it.

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I had to cancel my Freebie Friday this morning, as most of the participants had some unexpected events and had to cancel. So that left me some time to get some other things done. First thing I did was take care of some personal errands. One of them was a visit to my credit union. It was busy and only one teller had on a mask, none of the other employees or customers did.

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Next I worked on the yard in the heat of the day, though I do get a gulf breeze in the back yard. I filled up my two yard garbage cans and that takes care of the debris pile. Now I can start a new one. I also worked on clearing the exterior of the house from anything that would hinder the termite treatment on Monday. But I still have a lot more to do.

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The big job is the screened porch. It holds the overflow from when I cleaned out the big shed to make it into my workshop. Today I was able to clear out a cabinet that I put in the workshop and a little white table/desk, that I put in the sewing room. I think the little white table/desk was a gift from my mother-in-law years ago. It needs a new paint job, which I will do once I get the porch cleared off and the yard cleaned up.

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I am keeping an eye on Tropical Storm Cristobal. as watches have been posted from here in the Panhandle to the Texas/Louisiana border. Right now it is projected to hit landfall on Sunday somewhere in Louisiana. But as we learned with Hurricane Michael things can change quickly. No matter what we will have some rain, which my affect getting the termite treatment and the new roof, when originally scheduled.

Stay safe, Stay Healthy

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