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Good morning!

In the Exciting Life of Cayla's Quarantine vacuumed the 2nd floor of the house, played truant officer (my 10 year old roommate figured out how to cut/skip online school), prepared 2 meals for 10 year old, talked to one elderly lady from church, began reading a book, scheduled tomorrow's COVID Test, watched a couple episodes of the 4th season of The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina,and.....my office received the invite for Phase 1a vaccination, so I registered for it.

RJ, as for food...I broke the rules and picked up a boat load of food from Texas Road House on Tuesday evening. Curbside pick-up, of course. I did stock up on items last Thursday, in anticipation of this quarantine. I'm good on food. In fact, out of boredom, I am eating more than I should. :lol:

scottydog, the Board of Health is going by the date I told them I began quarantining....1/9. It is a 10 day quarantine. If I test negative tomorrow, they may release me. I have also decided to get the antibody test, tomorrow. Kelly's last day of isolation was yesterday (She is quarantined until Monday). She still isn't feeling well (short of breath upon exertion, and fatigued), but should no longer be contagious.

As for creamed corn...I love it, but I don't have it often. Grits....I only like it if there is a ton of cheese in it. My grandmother used to take a can of cream corn and mix it with a tablespoon or two of flour and 1 egg. She would fry it into little "pancakes", and sprinkle salt on top. She called them corn cakes. After talking and typing this, I want to make some. :lol:
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^ I have no concern about myself getting covid - my worries are about my passing it on to someone more vulnerable - or leaving the agency short staffed. if both myself and the other carer who worked with the client the past couple of ays have picked it up - we are the ones who work most often in this area - also the driver and our other clients re at risk....along with L and my son, not that my son has much to do with me, but he still uses the same hallway, front door, bathroom and toilet, if nothing more.... if the test is sent in tomorrow, the result will be sent to the boss/office monday...i am not going to worry about it - but i will stock up well at the store tomorrow - staying well clear of everyone in there - and stay well back from L on our hike in the afternoon - i cant avoid work at the weekend, but i won't be going near anyone without PPE on me til the test results come back. i myself am healthy and fit and likely to recuperate well if i do suffer for a week or two....or show few symptoms and spend a fortnight indoors....but if L or my son got it it could result in hospitalization as they both have lung/bronchial/breathing problems. anyway half way thru my 8 client calls...
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Good morning, quarantiners. :mask:

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Yes RJ, the lanai is the area by the pool. I have no clue why it's called that.
It's Hawaiian as far as I know. :island:
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I don't care what anyone says, today is Friday! It's calendar fraud! :viking:
Thursday is fake news!
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We'll leave at 9am to make to 6 hr drive down to Beaufort, South Carolina. It's so nice to have friends we trust to be safe to mooch off of :lol: Palm trees here we come.
Have a safe trip! :car:
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ok our clients are getting less again...the one gone into hospital is likely to stay there even if they recover from covid, for some time if not the rest of her life - and another one is going in to end of life care an d they are dropping our agency for a specialist in that field.hence my 4 became three and i am home before 7pm and n o more calls til saturday!
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Good afternoon! :hello:

Just home from Grand Island. As I was leaving today, there were six cranes on a neighbor's lawn. And a UPS truck in the street. As I was going around the truck, one of the cranes stepped out into the road. So I had to wait for it to cross. Just as it was getting past my car, a second crane stepped in front of me. *sigh* So I looked at the other four and asked if anyone else was going to cross. There was one guy who thought he might, but I drove by while he was still thinking. 🦩

I agree, Maddy, they are pretty birds.

That was the only thing of note today. Except, of course, for the dratted road construction! :mad:
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BTW, I hate grits and despite creamed corn. 🤢
I knew about the creamed corn. I try to never mention it.

Cr**m*d c*rn is pretty tasty.
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Good evening, everyone. :hello:

Where is my weekend? :sob:
scottydog wrote:
Thu Jan 14, 2021 11:55 am
We'll leave at 9am to make to 6 hr drive down to Beaufort, South Carolina. It's so nice to have friends we trust to be safe to mooch off of :lol: Palm trees here we come.
Swimming pools! Movie stars!
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In the Exciting Life of Cayla's Quarantine
Nice idea for a reality show. Set up your webcam. :lol:
and.....my office received the invite for Phase 1a vaccination, so I registered for it.
Nice. When do you get it?
RJ, as for food...I broke the rules and picked up a boat load of food from Texas Road House on Tuesday evening. Curbside pick-up, of course. I did stock up on items last Thursday, in anticipation of this quarantine. I'm good on food. In fact, out of boredom, I am eating more than I should. :lol:
Food, TV, books-- quarantine is the life for me. :D
I have also decided to get the antibody test, tomorrow.
That's interesting. I wouldn't be surprised if you have antibodies.
She still isn't feeling well (short of breath upon exertion, and fatigued), but should no longer be contagious.
It sounds like she's going to be okay, though.
As for creamed corn...I love it, but I don't have it often.
When I was a teenager, I used to eat it after school like a snack.
My grandmother used to take a can of cream corn and mix it with a tablespoon or two of flour and 1 egg. She would fry it into little "pancakes", and sprinkle salt on top. She called them corn cakes. After talking and typing this, I want to make some. :lol:
That sounds mighty interesting. What size can of creamed corn?
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i myself am healthy and fit and likely to recuperate well if i do suffer for a week or two....or show few symptoms and spend a fortnight indoors....but if L or my son got it it could result in hospitalization as they both have lung/bronchial/breathing problems.
Same here. My Mother and Sister are high risk, as are several other elderly relatives, which is very worrisome.
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Thu Jan 14, 2021 4:08 pm
It's Hawaiian as far as I know. :island:
I was thinking it sounded Hawaiian.
Thursday is fake news!
I wish Monday was fake news. :lol:
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Thu Jan 14, 2021 6:52 pm
the one gone into hospital is likely to stay there even if they recover from covid, for some time if not the rest of her life - and another one is going in to end of life care
Oh, that's sad. That's the part of health care that I hate.
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Thu Jan 14, 2021 8:23 pm
As I was leaving today, there were six cranes on a neighbor's lawn. And a UPS truck in the street. As I was going around the truck, one of the cranes stepped out into the road. So I had to wait for it to cross. Just as it was getting past my car, a second crane stepped in front of me. *sigh* So I looked at the other four and asked if anyone else was going to cross. There was one guy who thought he might, but I drove by while he was still thinking. 🦩
These cranes are starting to get a bit Hitchcockian. :unsure:
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It was a long drive but we are now relaxing among the palms in Beaufort, SC :tropics:
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...my office received the invite for Phase 1a vaccination, so I registered for it.
That's great news that you're in the 1a group. I'm in 1c, which means I'll probably be vaccinated in October of 2027 :lol:
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^ I have no concern about myself getting covid - my worries are about my passing it on to someone more vulnerable -
You do have that heroic mentality of looking after others' wellbeing ahead of your own :thumbsup:
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Have a safe trip! :car:
Thank you. It's all uncrowded freeway driving for 6 or so hours, so very safe :yes:
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As I was leaving today, there were six cranes on a neighbor's lawn.
It sounds like the Crane Mutiny :eek:
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Where is my weekend? :sob:
Just think how steadily you are clawing your way toward retirement. :bounce:
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GM. covid test, shopping to be delivered by L, chores/laundry, hike with L...and a free evening to cook/read...a nice day lies ahead methinks
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Good morning, everyone. :hello:

This time there's no avoiding it! It's Friday!
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It sounds like the Crane Mutiny :eek:
Ooo. :warn:
Just think how steadily you are clawing your way toward retirement. :bounce:
That explains these fingernails....
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GM. covid test, shopping to be delivered by L, chores/laundry, hike with L...and a free evening to cook/read...a nice day lies ahead methinks
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Happy Friday, all :hello:

The Wife and I both have to work this morning, but we plan to take the afternoon off to go outside and enjoy the South Carolina rain :lol: Yeah, it's supposed to rain, so who knows what we'll do indoors.

The good news is Amazon has listed my Queen's Gambit book for sale. It probably still has a few typos in it that I'll need to fix.
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...a nice day lies ahead methinks
You're happy even in the middle of a terrible pandemic. What's the secret to happiness?
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This time there's no avoiding it! It's Friday!
You're like a little kid on Christmas morning :guffaw:
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You're happy even in the middle of a terrible pandemic. What's the secret to happiness?
i dont let the media scare me into a panic - i remain cautious b ut not afraid.
i feel healthy enough to bounce back if i do suffer.
i am taking precautions so that i do not pass it on to others.
I send my life helping other people so feel satisfied and useful.
I truly beielve i will not die until September 2039.
if i have to stay home and isolate - my back yard is enclosed so i can still get fresh air and visit the poly tunnel.
etc etc...
i mean, why would i not be happy - when I have a best friend I can count on, a son with a job and car, my own home and employment with enough savings to manage on for a time if needs be, and peace of mind without fear for the future.i suppose beleif in rebirth allows me to relax - what doesnt get done this time around, i will work on next time....

test done, shopping done. lunch doing - hike is up next - L tells me we will trot somewhere over the downs this arvo.... (wearing masks and standing apart just in case)
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Good morning!

The only exciting thing I have today is an outing to have my second COVID test. I am pretty sure it is negative. I'm hoping the Board of Health, will set me free from this quarantine. If not, I plan to binge watch Queen's Gambit this weekend.

RJ, I have to wait until the Board of Health calls me with a date and time for the vaccine. Who knows how long that could take. As for the antibody test, I will not be having it at this lab. They called me last night to say they did not take my insurance (I wasn't charged for the first test), so I had to reschedule it, and pay out of pocket. I sent my boss the invoice today. Instead, I will have him write an Rx to the lab next door to my work, and have them do the antibody test, next week.

As for the size can of cream corn...just the normal size...14oz can?
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Update....The Board of Health scheduled my vaccine for 1:45pm on 1/20! :dance:
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^ :dance: :dance: :dance: :dance:

I've been wondering when I can get my aunt vaccinated. Some elderly in the state already are, but out here... :shrug:

Good morning, all. :nurse:

Finishing up laundry because it's Friday. Need to cut some wood later today.
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The good news is Amazon has listed my Queen's Gambit book for sale. It probably still has a few typos in it that I'll need to fix.
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L&I hiked.... for just over 2 hrs this week. a pleasant stroll with a couple of muddy patches. she wanted to go for a walk she had really enjoyed lats year - b ut alas it was marked private road...so she shouldnt have taken it then an d we could nt today.but we passed Goggles and i got a couple of shots on the dud cam era. we may be going for a hike tuesday - as shes homescholing her gra ndkids mondays for the lockdown duration. that will of course depend on the weather and whether or not my covid test is negative. having been in contact with a covid patient i need to make sure the test is nagative both thi week and next week before i am 'safe'...though nif i do get covid, i shall isolate - spring clean the house, work the b ack garden and poly tunn el, and bounce back - or vegetate if i show actual symtpoms and covid hits. the first test results should be heard around monday...

well looks like im down to work all dy tommorrow and a half day sunday - thats nice - a little breather to grab my crops in case its a ositive result. (I shant go near anyone just in case but itd be nice to restock on brussels sprouts and leeks if i am going to be stuck at home for two weeks)
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Good evening, everyone. :hello:

I love it when a three-day weekend sneaks up on me. :dance:
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The good news is Amazon has listed my Queen's Gambit book for sale. It probably still has a few typos in it that I'll need to fix.
Purchased! If I find a typo I will demand my money back. :mad:
You're like a little kid on Christmas morning :guffaw:
I'm so adorable. :lol:
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Fri Jan 15, 2021 11:11 am
i mean, why would i not be happy
That's what I think-- being happy or sad doesn't change anything, so I might as well be happy.
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Fri Jan 15, 2021 1:19 pm
As for the size can of cream corn...just the normal size...14oz can?
Okay, I'll try it. It seems like that much creamed corn would need more flour and eggs, but who knows?
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Fri Jan 15, 2021 1:41 pm
Update....The Board of Health scheduled my vaccine for 1:45pm on 1/20! :dance:
Inauguration Day! That's great. :D
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she wanted to go for a walk she had really enjoyed lats year - b ut alas it was marked private road...so she shouldnt have taken it then an d we could nt today.
Oops. Maybe the sign wasn't there last year.

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Aaaaand I'm off the hook for Jury Duty. :thumbsup:
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^Yea! :man_judge:
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Good evening! :hello:

Cayla, glad you're getting you vaccination. Are they guaranteeing the second dose in a month? I'm thinking Florida was not prepared at all for shipments of the vaccine. At least Lake County FL was not prepared. Now it turns out that the second dose is not guaranteed. :wtf: Isn't it pretty useless without the second dose?

Anyway, there were only four cranes today. One did cross the street, but he was by before I got that far. Tomorrow I'm going to have my phone in hand to try and get a close up and personal picture of them.

Tomorrow is my last day of house checking. They get home tomorrow night. I'll go to bring the paper in and check the mail. And pool. I might have to add water to the pool tomorrow.

Here's hoping everyone has a good weekend! :thumbsup:
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Today was a fun day of walking around the Low Country and eating locally caught shrimp, clams, and scallops :yum:
Madeliaette wrote:
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i dont let the media scare me into a panic - i remain cautious b ut not afraid.
i feel healthy enough to bounce back if i do suffer.
i am taking precautions so that i do not pass it on to others.
I send my life helping other people so feel satisfied and useful.
I truly beielve i will not die until September 2039.
if i have to stay home and isolate - my back yard is enclosed so i can still get fresh air and visit the poly tunnel.
etc etc...
You should write a book entitled, A Caregiver's Guide to Self-Care and Happiness. :writing:
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Fri Jan 15, 2021 1:19 pm
I plan to binge watch Queen's Gambit this weekend.
That's great! Let me know when you're finished and I'll send you a free copy of my short book on Beth Harmon's hero's journey. That goes for everyone else at ReNext, too.
Cayla wrote:
Fri Jan 15, 2021 1:41 pm
Update....The Board of Health scheduled my vaccine for 1:45pm on 1/20! :dance:
That's awesome :bounce:
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Fri Jan 15, 2021 3:47 pm
I've been wondering when I can get my aunt vaccinated. Some elderly in the state already are, but out here... :shrug:
It's a mystery here in Richmond, too, about when we're due for vaccinations. There's a lot of disorganization.
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Purchased! If I find a typo I will demand my money back. :mad:
Thank you so much :yes: That's very kind of you. Have your started watching the miniseries yet? Be sure to watch before reading my booklet.
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Aaaaand I'm off the hook for Jury Duty. :thumbsup:
Congratulations! :dance:
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Now it turns out that the second dose is not guaranteed. :wtf: Isn't it pretty useless without the second dose?
One dose is better than no dose at all, but getting both doses is significantly better than one dose.
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gm....off to work in a tick. full day today an d half day tomorrow...
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Good morning, everyone. :hello:

Okay, it looks like the first day of a three-day weekend. I'm keeping a close eye on this calendar. I don't trust it. :whatever:
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I'm thinking Florida was not prepared at all for shipments of the vaccine.
I don't think anyone was prepared.
Anyway, there were only four cranes today. One did cross the street
Why?
Tomorrow I'm going to have my phone in hand to try and get a close up and personal picture of them.
Cool. I want to see crane pictures.
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Thank you so much :yes: That's very kind of you. Have your started watching the miniseries yet? Be sure to watch before reading my booklet.
I have not, but I will try to.
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gm....off to work in a tick. full day today an d half day tomorrow...
I hope all goes well.

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Happy Saturday, everyone :hello:

Not sure what we'll do today here in Beaufort. There are cute shops but I'm not going in them because of COVID. So we may walk the beaches and the waterfronts which are all quite beautiful. I'll try to take some pics.
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Anyway, there were only four cranes today. One did cross the street
Why?
If the street was flat and Spanish, then the crane in Spain crossed mainly on the plain. :mellow:

Hope y'all have a groovy day :cooldude:
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well my 4 morning calls and lunch call are all done. i am the only carer on tonight and have 5 calls... so it should run smoothly, provided the driver arrives on time. this morning was ok, but we would have been done 15 minutes earlier if the other carer hadnt have been late!
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Good morning!

My COVID test was negative, and the antibody test was negative. I sent the test results to my case worker at the Board of Health. I doubt I will hear anything by Monday, so I will leave it up to the Dr. and Cruella to decided if they want me to return Monday or Tuesday. As per my letter from the Ohio Board of Health, I am taking my self out of quarantine as of today.

I watched the entire series of Queen's Gambit, yesterday. Well, minus the last 20 minutes of the last episode, because my Netflix app went out on me, and as it was already 12:20AM, I decided to finish it later today. I loved it! It wasn't what I expected.

Madeliaette, please be careful, and do not fall for the notion that COVID is just like having the flu....it is not. Kelly is a vegan, and does intensive kickboxing training 10 1/2 hours per week. She was bedridden for 10 days. Last Sunday, I almost sent her to the ER. I also have a 47-year-old patient, whose only underlining health issue is a dog and cat allergy. He is a Crossfit Trainer, and weightlifter. He was in the hospital for 14 days, and on a ventilator with a 10% chance of making it. It took him several months to get back to normal health.

scottydog, have fun in Beaufort.

jgc, I will be getting the next vaccine in 3-4 weeks. They have both of my vaccines.
The only way you may correct the bad things in your past is to add better things to your future.
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