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by AuntAnnie ( edited 13 Oct 2020 ) 13 Oct 2020

The year is 2020. The Thanksgiving cornucopia has been exposed to Covid-19.


by cfidl 21 Oct 2020

Looks like my compost pile with our annual volunteers. My son allows them to grow so he does not have to turn it. Lol!

by hightechgrammy 19 Oct 2020

tooooo funny!

by noah 15 Oct 2020

Thanks 4 my big smile .When u live deep in the bush like i do life is going on as before .We are so far from this beast and i hope it continues like this.:):)It would take a 3-5 hour drive to be near anyone sick with covid19:(:(

asterixsew by asterixsew 15 Oct 2020

Carolyn I hope it stays that way for you

noah by noah 15 Oct 2020

me toooooooooooooo:):)

by graceandham 14 Oct 2020

I agree with Laura. I have a brand new Grateful For... list. Has the danger of getting Covid freed you from anything? I have given up lots of things I used to think were important - makeup, jewelry, dressing fancy, shopping "just for fun", almost shoes! I'm grateful for friends that check on me, and friends to check up on. I'm grateful for my links to the world - phone, computer, tv, the mail delivery. I'm grateful for sons who will buy my groceries and I'm grateful for visits with them if only in the yard and at a distance. I'm grateful for a lifelong habit of reading and learning and for hobbies that I can enjoy alone in my house, such as hand and machine embroidery. I'm especially grateful for the gift of time to think things through and deal with some of what life has thrown in my direction.

asterixsew by asterixsew 14 Oct 2020

I agree with your comments 100%

crafter2243 by crafter2243 15 Oct 2020

So well stated

jrob by jrob 20 Oct 2020

Your lemonade is wonderful!

by dailylaundry 14 Oct 2020

This truly has been a year for the books! I bet we will all appreciate things we never thought of before, when this is over! Hugs, Laura

by crafter2243 Moderator 13 Oct 2020

This is funny if it wasn't so sad.