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About StaceyinLA

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    Granny Extraordinaire
  • Birthday 12/28/1967

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    The boonies!
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    Cooking, gardening, traveling, reading, and loving on/spoiling my grandbabies (not necessarily in that order).

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    I'm a 51 year-old wife and mother of 4. We home schooled 18 years, and graduated all 4 kids.
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    Reading, cooking, gardening, scrapbooking, volleyball, and, ashamedly, Webkinz
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    Granny, retired home school mom, homemaker and Disney travel agent, in that order!

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  1. It does appear that what was shared regarding the UK was true. Not sure what newspaper, but it looks to be a legit article.
  2. Oh gosh! Well, mine is out in my schoolroom. No animals allowed! 😜
  3. Well she doesn’t live in a care facility. She still lives in her own home. Of course I can’t speak for how much she goes out, but I got the feeling from my daughter it’s not excessive by any means. My guess is certain people’s immune systems, lifestyle, the same things that might keep them from catching other things. In this case, multiple of the family members, and tested negative, so we know they weren’t asymptomatic. Interestingly I was reading something about t-cells and how some people will have immunities to Covid because of immunities to other sars-type infections. I have no r
  4. Okay so I actually got some REAL Sudafed. How often do yall recommend taking it, and when should I see improvement if I’m going to?
  5. Here is it, and I don’t think it’s old, as the 2020 line stops around week 28 as far as I can tell. Like I said, it’s blurry, and I have not had time to try and find it on the CDC site.
  6. Well, she’s a good friend, not an acquaintance, and I am in the process of looking at some of what’s been posted here, as well as getting the graph she posted to share here, in between trying to cook and clean and take are of my family.
  7. I am happy to share it, but I’m trying to figure a way to get it from my phone to my iPad without making it LESS readable.
  8. Well it has the CDC web address showing on the top. This isn’t someone who makes stuff up.
  9. I’m in the midst of home schooling round 2 (teaching 2 of my grandkids). I’ve been helping dd for the last year, but now, I’m pretty much going to be the main teacher, with her teaching only when I can’t. We pretty much home school year round, but are just getting started with MOH, so I got the wall timeline up. I need to add some dates, but I think it’s good to go. I put some of my old Creative Memories stickers to use. 😜
  10. Thanks! That’s what I was considering for sure. I do think we’ll spend more time on the science on those days, mainly because they love it, but we definitely need the history more often. Math and language is every day, and the geography will probably just be a day/two each week, plus they have some geography games they play on their iPads.
  11. I think that’s gonna be the case for my grandkids. They are really excited about them. We did the first little “project” Friday. I think all those extras really cement stuff for them, and I LOVE that it’s all right there for us in those notebooks!
  12. This is somewhat ironic considering our usual concerns with Covid are protecting the elderly and immunocompromised (and I absolutely agree we should). My son-in-law’s 84yo grandmother visited with her entire family a few weeks ago, my daughter, SIL, and grandkids included. Later that evening she realized she wasn’t feeling great, and the next day, tested positive for Covid (well, she was tested the next day, but didn’t get results for several days). She had been in my son-in-law’s parents’ home all day with them, and all their children/grandchildren. No one in the family contracted C
  13. This is not all like anti-vaxxers I know. Most of those I know have no issue believing a virus or disease exists, just that our immune systems are designed to fight off those things and/or provide lifelong antibodies if they were to indeed contract those illnesses. And I know no one who doesn’t believe Covid exists, just that the reaction to it has been a bit over the top for a virus that kills less than 1% of the people it infects.
  14. She shared a screen shot, and it did say something about excess deaths with Covid-19, but if you looked at the overall graph, there was a spike around March/April then no more. The numbers were based on average deaths per day. It seems like it would be easy enough to determine the number of deaths so far this year. I will try and take a screen shot, but I know it’ll be blurry. I’m also gonna share the other graph that was posted here with her. This is someone who has done very extensive research, so I typically trust what she posts to be truthful/verifiable information. Also, on the
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