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    Re: Whatcha thinking about now? (v3)

    wow almost forgot the autumn change shame on me,inside way to long
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    Happy Equinox! Time is definitely warped this year.

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    Re: Whatcha thinking about now? (v3)

    Quote Originally Posted by Corvus View Post
    Happy Equinox! Time got away from me this year. I didn't think it was that late already. It's been feeling aggressively autumnal here for the last week or so after being Summer Plus for months. I am looking forward to the cooler weather and hoping we get some nice colors on the trees this year
    Meanwhile, I'm pretty sure it was spring until the first week of september, and then we got a few nice summer days....now it's autumn haha.

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    Ehh, I measure Summer by the relative supply of braindead abominations customers that I deal with so it was from roughly Memorial Day (a bit later this year due to Corona) into early September. If Corona didn't successfully make simple things nightmarish then the customer population this year would've been low enough to call into question whether summer happened.
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    We currently have possession of our two grandchildren for the duration unaccountta the elder care facility where my daughter works closely with the patients has gone from 0 cases of cooties to 28 in three weeks & she's afraid that between her & her hubby (who does dialysis & is high risk also), the kids could get it.

    The kids are 2 & 4.

    One thing I've learned so far is that there's worse stuff than Barney these days. I feel like the tv is giving me a lobotomy.
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    Re: Whatcha thinking about now? (v3)

    Quote Originally Posted by B. de Corbin View Post
    We currently have possession of our two grandchildren for the duration unaccountta the elder care facility where my daughter works closely with the patients has gone from 0 cases of cooties to 28 in three weeks & she's afraid that between her & her hubby (who does dialysis & is high risk also), the kids could get it.

    The kids are 2 & 4.

    One thing I've learned so far is that there's worse stuff than Barney these days. I feel like the tv is giving me a lobotomy.
    Have you suffered through the abomination that is Paw Patrol, yet? I have a lot of friends with kids under 5, and I hate that show.
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    Re: Whatcha thinking about now? (v3)

    No, but I'm nodding off to something called "Noddy."
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    Re: Whatcha thinking about now? (v3)

    i would love to be with my two grand kids,my gd Lucy is turning 13 very soon
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    Re: Whatcha thinking about now? (v3)

    Quote Originally Posted by B. de Corbin View Post
    No, but I'm nodding off to something called "Noddy."
    Lots if folks I know are loving a show called Bluey. It's not as annoying and mind numbing as some, but still loved by the kiddos.
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    Re: Whatcha thinking about now? (v3)

    Quote Originally Posted by B. de Corbin View Post
    We currently have possession of our two grandchildren for the duration unaccountta the elder care facility where my daughter works closely with the patients has gone from 0 cases of cooties to 28 in three weeks & she's afraid that between her & her hubby (who does dialysis & is high risk also), the kids could get it.

    The kids are 2 & 4.

    One thing I've learned so far is that there's worse stuff than Barney these days. I feel like the tv is giving me a lobotomy.
    I am glad they have a safe place to be and sorry your duaghter has to be seperate from them.

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    Have you suffered through the abomination that is Paw Patrol, yet? I have a lot of friends with kids under 5, and I hate that show.
    I absolutely HATE Paw Patrol!! I hate it with my entire being. Luckily I have steared Monster to other shows that he enjoys equally as much but there was definately a period of time where that's all he wanted to watch.
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