What Condition is YOUR Condition In?

How are you? How are you coping right now? At my house, it’s just Studly Doright, Scout (our elderly cat), and me. Currently we have toilet paper and a plan in place in case that runs out. You really don’t want to know the details of that plan.

We have food enough for at least two weeks, more if we dig into our stash of things we aren’t crazy about eating, but will if we have to. I’m not sure how we manage to buy items that we think we’ll eat, but never do. Some of it is left over from the last time the grandkids visited, but most of the unwanted foods were purchased with good intentions.

Studly is working from home with lots of help from Scout, who now makes sure he’s up and ready to head to the office around 6 a.m. Her favorite thing is helping him with conference calls. She’s probably saved the company a fortune simply by adding her occasional meow to the conversations.

I’m sort of a loner anyway, so except for the fact that now 99% of my time is spent at home all day every day, nothing much has changed. Before the pandemic, I’d go on solo expeditions looking for things to use as blog fodder.

I worry about our kids and grandkids, my brothers and their families and Studly’s mom and his siblings. Worry isn’t productive, though, so I pray for them all every day, often more than once. I hope someone out there is praying for me.

Oh, and I think about all of the bloggers I follow. If I don’t see a post from the regulars fairly often I begin to fear the worst. Please post something, even if it’s just a meme or a photo or a reassuring sentence. Let me know you’re okay. Same with those who follow me. You’re important to me.

Again I ask, how are you?

Rest In Peace, Kenny

Peace, and stay well, people.

Author: nananoyz

I'm a semi-retired crazy person with one husband and two cats.

22 thoughts on “What Condition is YOUR Condition In?”

  1. I’ll post later. Sun and warmth has arrived, I’m scrolling on my phone on the front porch in the sunshine. 😉

    I did a supply run today, first in 3 weeks. No one will starve here…have lots to say on that adventure.

    Keep blogging. We’re all fine here. 🙂

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  2. We probably have enough food for at least ten days. But not milk. My wife drinks milk like no one I’ve ever seen. I’ve tried suggesting she portion it out smaller so it’ll last longer, but she’s ignoring me. So, alas, I fear we’ll have a visit to the grocery store within another 3-4 days. We are not amused.

    I actually had meant to go on YouTube after Kenny Rogers died to listen to that very song, but I forgot. Thank you! – Marty

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      1. You have so many people who were allowed to leave nyc coming to Florida. You need to take those precautions now too. I. Not really an alarmist, but people are morons, so be careful

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  3. I’m getting to the point where I don’t want to even look at the news, but otherwise, we are doing good. I’m a worrier and so is Hubby, so there is definitely stress going on, but we are staying positive. I’ve never been more grateful for the way I shop as I am right now. I’m a “backup” buyer. Meaning I have one of what I’m currently using and then at least one backup on hand depending on how much that gets used. When the backup gets pulled, we get another one to have on hand. I have similar process when it comes to groceries with slightly different backup quantities I like to keep. Now, if I use something, it goes on the list and I don’t freak out if that item is out of stock because I still have some. It has worked out for the most part that by the next time Hubby heads to the store, that item is back in stock. The stress of running out of something isn’t really there. It is a relief to have one less thing to worry about right now.

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  4. So, I’ve been out of the blog loop for most of the past year . . . or more. But I remember that you live in Florida– my old stomping grounds (we were near Destin). How are you all holding up down there, Covid-wise? Sounds like Miami is heating up, but the Panhandle is better? We’re in the DC area, and plenty of cases around here. Although, I’ll be honest, we are so hunkered down in the little bubble of our home that we’re pretty oblivious to what’s going on beyond our street. We have food, Netflix, schoolwork, work-from-home work– our days are a bit dull, but we are thankful and comfortable, and happy to be healthy (knock on wood). Wishing you the best!

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    1. I do remember you! Good to see you again. So far we’re doing well. My husband is working from home and I’m retired, so I just try to stay out of his way. There are very few cases of COVID in the panhandle so far. Hoping it will stay that way.

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