Walk the dog

I know this neighbor. She is a knitting empress.

K informs me that this horse has been here as long as he’s been coming down this street. I do not ever remember seeing it. I know.

It’s hot. The lake is appealing.

One beautiful entrance and another tear down.

Wishing you a relaxing weekend. How do I know it’s Saturday? Cause K slept til 7. Because my pill box only has one more day. Because the yard crews are blessedly absent.

And lest you think my reaction to the crowd at the protest this week was over the top, check out the number of new cases in Massachusetts today. Almost 500. Now the curve is going down. That’s comforting. But it doesn’t escape notice that states where the curves are spiking and people are alarmed, they’re reporting cases in the 400’s.

In Massachusetts, the reporting of 400+ cases is just Saturday. Or Tuesday.

I’ve now made 81 masks.

13 thoughts on “Walk the dog

  1. Nancy

    It’s good to recognize what we don’t know and be willing to learn more.
    Love hidden gate and am curious about choosing to have a large white horse on your lawn 😀

    1. deemallon

      Yeah I don’t know why those folks have that horse. There certainly aren’t any horses nearby.

  2. Nanette

    You have such a pretty neighbourhood for walking…..mine is pretty too, but different……rural. Shrouded in fog this morning with a spooky moon glowing through.
    There was a peaceful protest/support gathering in Sydney yesterday, at the last minute a magistrate declared it a legal gathering, a big step. Pictures from the air showed people physically distanced……it will be interesting to see if there’s a spike in cases.
    I wonder if Mo was there.

    1. Mo Crow

      (((Nanette))) we didn’t go into the rally out of of fear that the police would get heavy handed which they did at Central Station after the event.

      1. Nanette

        I’m glad you didn’t go, Mo, I wouldn’t have either and despite distancing, still a worry of infection 💓

    2. deemallon

      I read about the cancellation. I am so heartened by the outpouring of protestors here in the US and also worried about the virus spreading.

  3. Mo Crow

    (((Dee))) love that garden gate, you live is such a pretty town but y’know trees really don’t enjoy wearing knitted sleeves, the tree’s bark does a very good job at protection and prefers free air movement, the knitted covering can harbour fungal diseases and unwanted insects.

  4. Liz A

    love the bird font (a Barry Smith/Rustnstuff term) … and yeah, I would have missed the horse … when I see something novel to me, I check myself by leading with “Is that new?” (often it isn’t)


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