Looking Forward to July 6
I decided to change my Blog to effect more of what it is and will change the background when I figure it out, probably a plant or a wildlife picture. To all my followers many of been with when I started with my reviews a HUGE THANK YOU! and to my new followers a BIG WELCOME!
My blog is free of politics, religion and animal abuse.
First a little about myself. I have seen many changes in my lifetime. I was born in the depression and one of my first memories is standing the potato fields watching the farmers burned huge stacks of potatoes with my Mother when I was 5/6 years of age. Another memory is of Pearl Harbor and World War Two. I can still heard Franklin D. Roosevelt saying “THIS DAY WILL LIVE IN INFAMY!”
I have been married for over 60 years. We met on forest service tower.Many of my pictures were taken by him. We had German Shorthairs for around 45 years. When we started our RV journey, our dogs with us. After the last one died, I couldn’t another furfriend and waited for two years before we added Kato, a bengal cat to our family.
Yesterday, I had a new exprience, I need to go the hospital for pains from non-coronavirus. I had to wear and mask and was directed to a line where a security officer set. Later I learned he took my temperature by infra-red and passed me through.
The building was sparkling and clean. The chairs were set six feet apart and some chairs were blocked off. I didn’t have on to wait and the nurse did all the procedures and the my doctor was right after she examine me she explain her plans but the pain was so bad I was unable to handle I it but Kathy did it and next was the lab for blood work. The technican listen too me and was able to hit the vein the first time and no she knew the secret. I complimented on the drawing. We had been about early Medical technology. She even selected the binding tape to match my outfit.
I had plan to talk about my reading as I still reading around a book a day and birds sighted recently. The drive through Meridian was lovely. I think I will write another post for them.
The results of my are in normal range except my potastium is higher my sodium but I have been eating dates which are high on potastium. I dearly love dates.
This spieces once was found in dry area on the area regions on southern, Idaho and eastern Oregon and
Washington state. This plant is fairly by the bloom; it takes 5 years to grow from seed. I haven’t been to these areas but I suspect the fires have removed; I hope not. The Indians used it for food. They ground the roots to make a meal.
I m starting my blogs with July 6 on that date I will turn 89.
Until next time, be well and safe.