Morning Chat Jan 7/2021

Good Morning! It’s another cloudy day starting things off here in Port Loring, Ontario Canada. We should see some sunshine a bit later on this morning. One can only hope. Highway 522 is bare and dry this morning, so if it is absolutely necessary that you have to travel … your good to go. LOL. We haven’t had any more snow for the past few days, which is okay by me. Temperatures have stayed quite warm, but it is cooling down some this morning with it sitting at -8.5 C | 16.7 F. It will remain cool for the next few days before warming up a bit. Kind of nice for our area. On another note … my wife has been busy with orders for some paintings and I have been busy working on some new cupboards for our cottage. Which is keeping us busy. Today I will be doing much the same. It’s nice to have a shop that I can make things in. It is also nice to be making some things for us, rather than others. LOL Not complaining mind ya, as the woodworking business has held our head above water so to speak, for the past thirty years or so. Before that it was farming. Which I actually miss in some ways. I don’t miss the politics that surrounds it these days. So with that I am off for my morning cup of tea and a bite to eat with my lovely wife and will then see what the day has in store. Life is full of mysteries. Take care, stay safe as this virus is getting stronger every day.

Ontario reported a single-day record of 3,519 new cases of COVID-19 on Thursday, January 7/2021, as well as 89 more deaths of people with the illness — the deadliest day so far of the entire pandemic.

It should also be noted that we now know that people without symptoms spread the virus in more than half of the cases, which is just one more reason why we all should be wearing face masks’ and staying away from folks’.

And the worst part is that a lot of folks still believe that this virus isn’t all that bad. Makes me shake my head. But … such is people.

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