2019 March 21 Thursday

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2019 March 21 Thursday in Liberty Hill , Texas

I slept over eight hours last night. Well technically, I only 2 minutes last night. Sleep started at 11:58 on. Anyway … before I sidetracked myself … the point was … I slept a L—O—N—G time. Normally, I average five to six hours of sleep.

41° and clear this morning. It reached 79° by 1 pm and stayed right there until sundown. By all accounts it was a great first full day of spring.

We arrived at Over the Hill Gang about 10:45 and started playing Fast Track. The first game was just Ella and I. By the second game, Naomi and Lu joined us. We had just finished the game when lunchtime arrived. Brats, sauerkraut, and beans. It was good even if the brats were a little overcooked for my tastes. After lunch the 4 of us were joined by Ann and Charlotte for a few games of canasta. We had to stop the last hand at 2:50 because of Ella’s therapy appointment at 3. One of the joys of small town living is that nothing is too far away (except malls).

Ella didn’t come out from therapy until about 4:10. I ask if she had been kept after class for bad behaviour. No, she’d just been talking to someone.

G’night and God bless.

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2019 March 20 Wednesday

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2019 March 20 Wednesday in Liberty Hill , Texas

41° partly cloudy in the morning

That light isn’t the sun it’s a security light.

It was too cloudy for a Sunday photo

Today we went to Grandies, as usual on Wednesdays. However, our church parking lot is being repaired and restriped this week. Therefore, we were unable to meet in the fellowship hall. Thankfully, we were allowed to meet at the Over the Hill Gang’s building this week.

This image is not really the true sunset. It is maybe ten degrees north of the sunset, which under deep dark clouds.

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2019 March 19 Tuesday

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2019 March 19 Tuesday in Georgetown and Liberty Hill , Texas

46° partly cloudy and rain showers in the morning.

Captured several nice photos this morning.

There wasn’t a very big group at the senior center today. Maybe it was the meal. We had a small burger with a choice of chips or tater tots.

We made a short stop at Wal-Mart for a few items that we need before next week.

Ella had her therapy an hour later today. Maybe they were backing out of daylight savings.

Not a bad sunset.

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2019 March 15 Friday

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2019 March 15 Friday in Liberty Hill and Cedar Path, Texas

50° mostly cloudy and crawled slowly to 57°.

Nice sunrise this morning just before it disappeared into the clouds.

Immediately after breakfast we hightailed it to the VA clinic for a diabetic eye test.

With the test over and done, I took the opportunity of good cell service to call Verizon customer service. Last summer we purchased a HUM X device and then it quit working. Back in early February I received an email saying that they were shipping a replacement. However, they shipped it to an address that we haven’t used in years. So today I called to get everything straighten out. They will be shipping a new device to our current address.

No, that’s not the moon. It’s the sun at 6:16 this evening. In spite of the gloomy sky here, it was really a nice day.

But an hour later, it looked like this.

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2019 March 14 Thursday

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2019 March 14 Thursday in Liberty Hill, Texas

60° mostly clear with a beautiful sunrise. It reached 71° under a blustery sky. This coming weeks forecast is for cooler weather. Below normal temps. However, with the weather other parts of the country are having, I’m not complaining. I’d never heard of a bomb cyclonebefore but it is wreaking havoc from the Midwest to the east coast. The news tonight was talking about part ofthe country having 95 mph straightline winds. There were images of semi tractor trailers being blow over and pushed down the highway but the wind.

Ella is officially freed from her arm sling. She had a follow-up appointment with her orthopedic surgeon this morning.

Her bionic arm is doing fine. She is still doing physical therapy.

And we were out of the doctors in time to make it to the Over the Hill Gang for lunch and games. Here is a panoramic shot of the two main rooms today.

Ella had therapy at three today. She was feeling less beat up today which must mean she’s doing better.

The sunset was almost as good as the sunrise.

G’night and God bless.

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2019 March 13 Wednesday

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2019 March 13 Wednesday in Liberty Hill, Texas

65° wind 20-25 mph sustained with gusts up to 40 mph kept it’s rockin’ and rollin’ all night.

Just before 6 a.m. the rain arrived driven by the wind. It was pretty impressive.

By nine o’clock the sky looked like this.

And the ground looked like this.

By eleven we saw the sun, for the first time in days. It was still mostly cloudy

By 12:30 the sky was nearly emptyof clouds.

Check out this panoramic view of the clear blue sky.

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We received a text from Wal-Mart that three shingles boaster shouts were now available. So, off we go to Cedar Park.

Once we arrived and filled out the proper forms, a were told that the shots were going to cost us $200.00. We just don’t have that built into our budget. The booster shots will have to wait.

Does anyone know of an assistance program that might allow is to receive the shots at a much lower rate?

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