Just a short note here at the beginning of my post so I don't forget to mention it later... (and I very well may... since I forget what I planned to say fairly easily these days).
But having read and heard so many times recently that wearing a mask shows 'fear'... that it's beginning to irk me. Wearing a mask in my opinion shows common sense and concern for others, NOT FEAR! Does that mean that those people who believe this think doctors wear masks in surgery out of fear? Science and medical professionals may not know everything, but they are certainly more knowledgeable than the general public. And most people these days are aware of how germs are spread. No, masks may not totally prevent the spread... but the possibility that they may help some is well documented... and seems certainly worth the effort. I'll take that possibility over someone's concerns for his/her worries about a show of fear any day.
Now that said... I will go on to other things:
Yesterday I made a chicken and broccoli bacon quiche. Grandson is not terribly fond of broccoli so I chop it up really well and add it where I can. It has been my experience that anything that has an abundance of bacon and cheese is generally well accepted.
Preparing the ingredients
Next are some pics my D-I-L sent of my youngest grand daughter (7) visiting a friend out on a local farm this week.
I was told that she absolutely fell in love with the Giant Pyrenees in the first pic!
And lastly here's a picture of my living room
in the Animal Crossing game:
The island is beautiful and the ocean views are fantastic. In this game you can also swim in the ocean or fly to mystery islands. Now with Halloween upon us, I have the island decorated with carved pumpkins, etc. as well as have put several pumpkin patches (which grow orange, yellow, white, and green pumpkins) all over the island.
(Since I can neither garden nor travel these days, this game has given me some virtual options - and I am continually amazed at how detailed the options are)
Anyway, I truly hope you are having a good weekend... and if voting is behind you, possibly a calm one knowing that THAT is behind you and now only time will tell... (and prayer couldn't hurt).
Hugs, (virtual of course)
(...and forgive me for venting at the beginning here. Sometimes you just have to say what is on your mind and in your heart)