coming out of my shell

coming out of my shell

Friday, April 3, 2020

How N spends his time in quarantine








































He is such a glorious goofball.  Notice the pile of whoopie cushions next to him.  I miss him.

13 comments:

  1. Well, he's prepared if we're struck by an underwater virus!

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  2. Love the snorkel gear and the whoopie cushions. I am a huge fan of whoopie cushions, because farts are funny:)

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  3. And there was me thinking it was spelt "whoopee". See, it's happening already, lengthy incarceration is leading to pedantry. Soon we'll be rehearsing that argument about "americans" not being a representative noun to cover residents of the USA. Boy, was that boring. But then you (that's the plural usage) over there always get into a tangle about Britain, the United Kingdom and England.

    And now I'm wondering, we shouldn't be arguing because in the half-light we'd pass as friends. Yet mightn't argument be just the stimulation we need? Confirmation we're still alive. Let's say we're halfway through an argument: I've reached the point where I say Roberto Clemente while you're sticking to Hank Aaron. Take it from there, maestro, and wipe the floor with me. You Americans/US citizens/Yanks, oh, what the heck, are said to be competitive.

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  4. He is going places, he knows stuffe we can only dimly remember. More power to him!

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  5. He's clearly ready for ANYTHING! Adorable!!!

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  6. He is already aware of what’s going on and he has got his gear ready!

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  7. Yes, it is tough not seeing the grandkids in person but at least the internet helps! Good luck with the elections in Wisconsin on Tuesday! Sounds as if your governor is messing it up but hope people get to have their votes counted safely.

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    1. I do have a moronic governor, but I live in Florida. Ha!

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    2. Well, now I am embarrassed - I don't know how I got that idea in my head. I will blame my staying at home and getting a bit goofy. Sorry!!

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  8. Thank goodness for digital contact, it's far better than nothing and this generation of children are so accustomed to it that they interact beautifully with the screen. My little grandson makes me pretend drinks and toast, offered up on the screen. But, like you, I long to be able to pick him up for a cuddle and some wild times!

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  9. I find myself calling my older son more than usual - staying home all the time makes me realize how much I miss him!

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