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dogmom4

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  1. My mom paid into a long-term care policy for 15 years through the military. You can’t even buy something like that anymore. It has paid for her care in a nice facility near us for the past five years and it’s the only way we’ve survived her dementia. The money runs out in a little over a year… At that point she’ll have to move in with us and we will have to pay for someone to help with her. There’s nothing nearby that she’ll be able to afford...and we need to be able to see her regularly because we saw how much worse her dementia got over the past year when all we could do was talk on the phon
  2. Any word on mtriders dad?
  3. In the first article about India the writer called their variation a ‘double mutant’. Does anyone what the Indian variant is actually called? Has it been found in the US?
  4. Oh Momo, I’m so sorry for the loss of your husband.
  5. “MrsS has always been about being FOR something. We are for self-sufficiency. We are for thoughtful preparing to take care of ourselves and families. We are for wise choices in our spending. We are trying to learn the skills that give us ways to protect ourselves, feed ourselves, provide medical care for ourselves. We sacrifice a lot of the glitz in life in order to focus on these things. We believe in taking responsibility for ourselves and our families .....and perhaps making these contributions of knowledge to friends, neighbors and our communities.” Wow.....this should be
  6. We’ve been lucky that our stores have started getting some starting back in February. Not as many as before...but I always pick up some when I see them in the stores.
  7. That was cool. Was it just me, or did anyone else think about how big that house was as he was following the falling dominoes?
  8. Mother, I’m so glad your brother is doing better. California does seem to be doing better. I’m cautiously optimistic. Our schools are opening on Monday after being closed and using distance-learning since last April. 70% of our students are going back in person and 30% have decided to remain with distance-learning...there will be 8 weeks of school until the end of the year. We had so many children at the preschool level who decided to remain with distance-learning that we had to create a class and only distance-learning...and I was lucky enough to be asked to be that teacher. As mu
  9. And here is an up to date resource on how to find out if your area allows chickens... https://offgridpermaculture.com/Beginners/Are_Chickens_Allowed_in_Your_City____How_To_Find_Out_What_s_Allowed.html
  10. Many cities do allow chickens. The ‘no’ part is usually for roosters. My area allows six hens. I do know a number of people who have quail...and rabbits....for pets...just sayin’.
  11. I’ve been a subscriber of hers for a number of years. This is just heartbreaking....and worse because it was a drunk driver. I’m going back to check and make sure I run any videos I haven’t watch before....plus give lots of likes.
  12. Glad you’re feeling better Mt. Rider. We just had a huge storm roll through here with tons of ran in and 70mph winds. We lost power for 15 hours so I’m clearing out my fridge. Fortunately the stuff in the chest freezer is doing ok. Now I’m glad I keep a couple of gallon water bottles in it for situations like this.
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