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I was just thinking sometimes around the full moon things get a little wild around here. Wonder what will happen later this morning.

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Jessebelle,
Often, I am thinking, when will this get better for Jessebelle?
When you don't post for awhile, I will start to look for your posts.
I don't want to intrude.
But, you have all of us here, as friends, and people who respect your opinions and advice. Whether or not it is spoken. I understand the hurting, and being lonely, and the obligations (so many) to make life work for another human being, sacrificing our own interests and lives.
{{{{Hugs!}}}}}}}
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Talking to a new young squirrel outside on the block wall. It came back from about two weeks ago. It stopped to listen, looks right at me, then plopped it's body out flat to rest while listening.
That was so cute! But I had to go.
It thinks that I am one of it's long lost squirrely relatives, I am sure!
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Maybe those who experience sundowners maybe that is something to watch out for. I have heard all of the animal kingdom think it's night and go to sleep.
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On a funny note, one of the news channels here posted to their instagram account to message them with questions about the eclipse. One person asked "why did they pick Wyoming?" Can you imagine?
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ROFL. We had a person write the local news station to ask them when it would be safe to look at the sun again. SMH.
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I've got to say that I never even noticed the last eclipse. It isn't as though there is a dramatic darkening of the sky, it's more like a normal overcast day and happens very gradually. Totality, if you happen to live where it occurs, only lasts minutes.
I have to add that the eclipse I remember was not total, but an annular eclipse in 1984. I expect the conditions would be similar for most viewers except for the very few under the path of totality who have clear skies.
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Well...it got dark(ish). Inside the house it was dark. Outside was like having dark sunglasses on. My Mom stayed chill and cool as a cucumber. Now she said "When is all this hoopla gonna be over"? I guess I have my answer. No extra sundowners!😜
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I'm at a nh in Connecticut. No one is wild.
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Dear Jessie,

I echo Send's kind message. Please know you are not alone. I too felt as you did caring for my dad. Everyone else was living and I was stuck. But now that my dad passed, I still feel stuck. Trying to make some headway but sometimes still tormented about the past. Sending you love and hugs.

About the eclipse and its affect on people but I will see what happens tonight.
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FF, I'm wondering if there are any dairy cows still pasturing on the back forty and coming to the barn twice a day to be milked, maybe in the Amish community but certainly not anywhere near me. When I was young my friend's dad pastured their cows across the road from the home farm, I though it was cool when we would drive down the road and open gates on each side of the road and he would call "here bossie bossie" and the cows would lift their heads and then slowly wind their way home ;)
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