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Home Improvements
Watch it transform from hell hole to hovel.  It's amazing what a little paint n paper will do... ok and some tiles.


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Family in the news, find highlights over the years here. Photo:  Daily Press photo 2020 of Lawson winning the Rock's Hockey Tournament.


Day 222

Posted 10/19/2020

dDay 222: Got up Heather was gone... Not to worry this happens frequently... Something a about stupid o'clock. French toast... Which reminds me, yesterday in the way home from ringette when we stop at Timmies, I asked for a French cruller. I ask you, when in the last 20 years did they change the name to honey cruller? I know they changed it, I just don't remember when... Fuck some of these employees might not have been born yet... Maybe that's why they look at me funny... They really have no idea that it used to be called French cruller... Maybe it was an issue where the French didn't want to be associated with donuts any longer and it is not PC any more to call them that... Beats me what this world is coming to... After breakfast Lawson bagged up his lunch and hit the road. Still not feeling great I lay low for the bulk of the day... Waiting for a break in the cold and wet outside so I can get the rest of the tires changed... It never came. Heather got home and we went over to the store to get some cheese... That soup was almost done but needed cheese. We finished it up and has it for dinner... Once again a wonderful thing. A little music, some knot tying, a few episodes of the Blacklist and we called it a night... The lay low theme carried on into the night. Seems we are done or almost done season 2. That's a lot of tv watching for a family that normally averages less that 10 hours of tv a month. Hopefully it will be over soon and we can get back to our normal lives. You know, liked when COVID19 ends.