We had a huge rain cell come thru yesterday in the afternoon. There was thunder( a lot) and lightning, hail, and torrents of rain. Quite the spring storm. There was snow in the Sierras which is not that unusual in normal times. Well, everything is soaking wet.
We just got back from a nice walk. I wanted to do another round but nature was calling or maybe it was my cup of coffee so we left. But it was really nice and fresh out. All the geese families are getting big.
Our chicks are getting big too and the others seemed okay with them but the 2 Auracana are being mean to the black one so we’ll need to see if we have to separate them more. It’s a pecking order but they can do harm to an outed chicken so we don’t want that.
Barclay has labs today and then a video conference. This time last year he was in UCD med centers Bone Marrow Transplant Unit getting chemo conditioning for the actual transplant. A whole year has gone by, wow. Except for ongoing GVsH intestinal stuff he’s doing well although still too thin.
Then tomorrow he has to go down to UCD med center for a urology appt with a new guy. My daughter has volunteered to drive him down. It shouldn’t be a long wait and I suggested she pop over to Corti Bros. We could use some Mikes Blend meat for chili or burgers. I made the burgers with the Crowd Cow burger meat and it was good. I’m not sure I’d say exceptional but I’ll wait to make a final evaluation after I make the chicken and the one steak I bought. It was delivered quickly and with dry ice, so that kept it all frozen.
We’ve been having game night on Wednesdays and here’s one of the games that is hysterical to play.
It is not for children so be aware.
This is one of the cards that I thought was beyond funny.
We’re planning to do take out Mexican tonight. The first time in 3 months. Hope it’s good and safe:(
Oh, and our idiot president is taking Hydroxychloroquine. What a complete idiot. How can we even have a president that is so stupid? It is beyond me. Good grief, Charlie Brown. Vote Blue, no matter who so we can move on to some sense of normalcy. Or at least someone who isn’t a third-grader.