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Saturday, August 1, 2020

White Rabbits! Rabbit! Rabbits!

White Rabbits! White Rabbits! Rabbit! Rabbits!

It's the first of the month and we need all the help we can get with this pandemic. I googled what this actually means and it said:

This is a "superstition found in Britain and North America wherein a person says or repeats the words, "rabbit", "rabbits" and/or "white rabbits" aloud upon waking on the first day of a month, to ensure good luck for the rest of it."




This next one is more to my liking:




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Nothing else going on...  so I sent some funnies:









I liked this one!















I do get nervous going to the Senior hours at the grocery store these days...










And lastly for those of us that are not minding the stay at home part, there are many that are having a hard time of it... especially if they're alone. Text them, Skype them, call them, etc. 




Hugs,
Rian

(Oh, just for those who may be familiar with the Nintendo Switch game "Animal Crossing" - I now can swim in the ocean!! What fun!)



18 comments:

  1. Isn't it funny, I've never heard that saying. I guess it is too late in the day to say it, but I certainly hope that August turns out to be a better month than the five have been!

    Take care and stay well.

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    1. Mae, I think the saying is more popular in England... but hey, I'll take it if it works.

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  2. It's a crazy time we live in. I totally agree with many of the funny quotes posted.
    Maybe I need to start repeating Rabbit now !!
    Sue

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  3. That explains my luck. I can never remember to do that though today just remembering what day it is can be difficult. You know I never thought about it but I'll bet this is hard for the extroverts. Think I'll call a few. Thanks for the smiles.

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    1. Do call (or text or snail mail). It's a time when everyone appreciates being connected.

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  4. I think I will have to copy the last one and keep a copy on my refrigerator.
    I am seeing so much anxiety in the kids I have contact with right now. Schools were going to open on a hybrid model but now my grandson's school has just decided online only for September and October for older kids. So much we don't know and yet so many "experts" out there.

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    1. I'm not putting too much confidence in the so called experts out there. However, I do believe in medical science - they don't know it all and are still learning about this virus. But I do trust my own common sense... and it tells me not to put kids/adults together in groups when you are trying to prevent spreading a disease.

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  5. Hmmm, the rabbit mantra is new to me. But these days I'll try anything!

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  6. I love your cute sayings, and especially the bunny kitty. I have no school age children, but if I did, I don't think I'd be sending them to in-person classes.

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    1. No, our young grand daughter will be staying home and doing online until things get better.

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  7. Thanks for the great humor. Intelligent!!

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    1. It's good to be able to laugh sometimes...

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  8. Dear Rian, thanks so much for these "funnies"! I laughed at loud at "Fedup!" And I take seriously what your last funny said about introverts calling extroverts. I need to do that. Basically I've been a recluse--a hermit--for a number of years and I am an introvert so what is happening is not directly affecting my life. But oh, the grieving around the globe. And yes, I do know that one of the only things I can do to help right now is to call my extroverted friends. And so I do. Thank you for the reminder. Peace.

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    1. I at least have DH and my grandson here with me. Some of my family and friends are alone. I do try to text or Skype with them. Some I know are feeling the isolation - but have to go out for necessities. I have sent them masks and pray that they stay safe. Hopefully you are also being extra cautious and staying safe, Dee.

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