Gloomy Sunday

Day 133 of Safer-at-Home here in Panama City Beach, Florida. Today’s statistics for COVID-19 from Florida’s Community Coronavirus Dashboard for Bay County are 3,007 cases and 19 deaths, and for Florida are 445,506 cases and 5,972 deaths. Florida now has more confirmed cases than New York state.

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Today started nice and sunny but quickly turned gloomy as storm clouds moved in. I hear thunder but so far no rain. This seems to be our weather system now.

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Thus morning was Zoom time with my two daughters and my granddaughter. After we caught up on the virus news here and in Denver, we talked about Hunter going off to college in a month. The college is requiring her to arrive between 8am and 10am. She will be flying the redeye to New York City, then they hired a private car to take her to Vassar. They looked into her flying into Poughkeepsie, NY and staying at a hotel, but couldn’t find any that would accept an 18 year old staying by herself or maybe it was they couldn’t find one that would accept an 18 year old’s credit card.

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I made a cilantro lime vinaigrette this morning to go with my salad of red leaf lettuce, carrots, cucumber and radishes. It was pretty tasty. I got the recipe from Five Heart Home. I use to buy Tessemae’s Organic Habernero Ranch dressing from Lucky’s Market. But when they closed down late last year, I started to buy it from Amazon in a 4 pack package. Then It was only available with an assortment. At that point I started to make my own as I didn’t care for the other flavors. Though they now have the 4 pack available, I am continuing to experiment with making my own salad dressings.

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I packed up my supplies for tomorrow’s class. It should be fun. The students will be making wire connectors for their tab settings that they have created during the last two weeks. I also began working on my course outline for Fall session of Education Encore at GCSC.

Stay Safe, Stay Healthy and Wear a Mask.

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