It's about time.

Many of you can relate to Working long hours at your career. Raising your families. Buying a home and paying all the bills related to being homeowners and parents. We're now retired and don't need all that work and expense. Now "It's about time" and what we do to follow our dreams.

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Tuesday, December 15, 2020

Doing What We Can.

 Our Location today is at Windsor, Ontario.

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After having more then Two Nights in a row that we slept soundly we are not about to complain. Even though I continue staying up late trying to find the Browser History on our Computers I’ve been Unsuccessful. I even viewed a number of U-Tube Tutorials none of them come close to resembling either of our Machines but it seems to be based according to the Search Engine we’re using. We’ll just have to work with what we have at the time and bring them into the shop after the New Year.

The Sun actually poked though the Clouds for a few minutes this morning but by the time I picked the Camera off my side table it was gone. Taking another picture of a Cloudy Day did not encourage me too much.

Mid-morning temp.

Checking The Weather Network it showed a high of 28 F (-2 C) and a Sunny Day. They also showed the next Seven Days with highs above the Freezing Mark with little Sun but mostly Flurries and Wind.

Wanting a change for lunch we worked together chopping Onion and Celery to mix into Salmon that Kathy made into Sandwiches. We also topped them off with an Applesauce Cup for dessert.

We just could not bring ourselves to escape the clutches of the Apartment this afternoon. We were questioning one another what our friends Jerry and Sandy would be doing. With the Coronavirus not only is it making us leery of meeting strangers but even talking with our friends on the phone because you might be tempted to get together. Minutes later my Cell Phone started ringing but stopped just before I got to it across the room. Looking at the Caller Log it showed Jerry and Sandy had called. I called them back and spoke for a few minutes. They’ve been feeling the same way about going out mostly staying in but wouldn’t mind seeing us. Since we’ll be going to pickup our Prescriptions early next week we’ll stop in for a bit.

We weren’t feeling to hungry from our inactivity so Kathy made some Bisquick Biscuits smothered them with Butter and that was our supper.

On our 6 o’clock Local News it was simply a repeat of everything we have been hearing about the Weather, the Coronavirus and the Vaccine.

Tomorrow we have no choice but to take care of business. Thank you for following along and feel free to leave a comment.

Be Safe and Enjoy!

It’s about time.


You Might Be a Redneck If

you refer to the 5th grade as "my senior year."


  1. There is a nifty little program that I have used for years called CCleaner. There is a free version, all I've used, and it will clean all your browsers and a lot of other junk on your PC. You can pick and choose what you what to clean. Here is the link..

  2. Oh your little angel is just too adorable! Must make you smile every time you look at your tree :)

  3. On every computer I've had, if you open the browser, there is a "history" tab at the top. If you can't find that, click on the name of the browser itself and click preferences. You should be able to find it there.

  4. Love Christmas decoration, it is so pretty. Here in BC we are unable to get together with anyone who does not live in our home either inside not outside. So we can't go visit anyone.

  5. Oh. Good sandwiches. I've got a can of salmon, which I had thought to make patties out of, but a nice bunch of sandwhiches sounds good. It IS cold there....hard to go out when it is not above freezing. Do you add mayo to the salmon and onions? That's my guess. But I'd rather you tell.
    Stay safe.

  6. Oh my...23 degrees that feel like 12? I too would be staying home, and I am...and it is much warmer here.

    Your sandwiches look tasty!