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Dorothy Parshall De-clutter & Fitness: House, job, life 2019 - 2020 (1850* d) RE: De-clutter & Fitness: House, job, life - 2019 26 Oct 19


Beaver:

A good heads up re voting! I am registered on Whidbey and always have trouble with the odd bits. The who is easy but the whats are nebulous.

As for my esteemed energy. I spend large quantities of time resting, esp after the trips. Happily, Robin has been able to join me this trip. He was right up to the brink and sure he would not sleep, would not be able to rest but the country air and distance from chaos - he has slept! And gone off alone to do preferred things, as he is right now at the auction house - with no money! OR rather, he left for auction house, who knows where he actually went. As long as he is back by noon so we can go pick up pumpkin brownies at the gold mine and then make a leisurely exploring trip to an art gallery.

Direct route is an hour and a half. A Robin route - we should be there in time for the Evening of Jazz at our friend's art show - 6:30. I am resting as tomorrow is a marathon trip to west of Toronto for a wildlife animal rehabber's meeting with staff of the Ministry of natural resources and Forest. Supper with a friend in Pefferlaw!

Maybe I will have enough energy to do some wood before R gets back. Frost last night and the wood is COLD! Did some.


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