It’s a nice day here in Port Loring, Ontario, Canada. The sun is shinning without a cloud in the sky obstructing it. And the temperature is set to rise as the day progresses. Getting out of bed, it was sitting at … 16.4 C | 61.52 F. Can’t beat that. However, it will become quite hot for the next two or three days, so it might pay to keep your curtains closed a bit to keep the cool in and the heat out. Highway 522 isn’t all that busy yet, but there were a lot of cars, trucks and campers in North Bay yesterday as my wife and I had to go pick up some medicine I needed, along with some groceries and things. Other than feeling a bit poorly, it was a great day,
I see that not many folks today are wearing a mask anymore. I guess they just gave up, but for my wife and I we will be still wearing ours when we are out in public or in stores. We figure it’s best to be safer than sorry, and hey! Even if it stops the common cold or flu, that’s a plus. On the other side of the coin, the price of gas didn’t help cheer us up any, with it sitting at $2:20 a litre. You sure don’t get much for fifty dollars any more these days. And the price of groceries wasn’t all that good, neither. I suspect we are going to be in for some real hard times. My advice is to start putting what you can away money wise. Cut down on things and feed your needs, not your wants. I also think a lot of people have been living above their means for a lot of years here in Canada, which will make it hard for them to get by. The Powers That Be has got us into a real pickle at the moment, and I am not sure if they can get us out of it. They printed too much money, for one thing, and are spending in places that they shouldn’t be. And I don’t mean here in Canada, neither. Spending abroad has to stop in my eyes immediately. You know, I am thinking our world is going to have to make a huge lifestyle change in the coming months and years. Something like we have never seen before. With them happy notes, I am off for a boiled egg and a piece of toast, and will then see what the day has in store.
In Closing I Would Like To Wish Well.