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  1. What a relief! Prayers were answered! Now you can breath and sleep again.
  2. I'm also just seeing this. Joining everyone else in prayers. How absolutely terrifying!
  3. Ivermectin is a dewormer commonly given to animals but I believe it’s a script item for people. There was a controlled study done (maybe Brazil?) that looked promising but from what I remember reading, the sooner you were taking it, the less damage done to the cell walls.
  4. Thank you! I wanted to post something along these lines but knew it wouldn't come off gracious.
  5. As a farmer, I can't emphasis this enough! This is reality. There are times of the year where sleep is optional and planting, harvest are in full swing...around the clock.
  6. Food. Beef jerky, Intense milk, microwave popcorn, gum, a bag of snickers, etc. My teens are boys and their love language is food. 😉
  7. I'm so very sorry for your loss! There are no words. Praying for you and your family.
  8. It's normal for me too. They seem to come in waves. Some days I have them repeatedly all day long and similar at night. Sleep can be elusive those nights as I wake up sweltering and throw all things off me. Later, I'll wake up freezing cold and put things back on. Rinse and repeat.
  9. I can relate with one of my children. I sent you a PM, since playing Mindcraft/Discord may be an option. 🙂
  10. Any ringworm we've had hasn't been itchy. And it hasn't spread that fast in our experience.
  11. I'll bite. 🙂 I LOVE nature and drag my camera around with me on the farm often. Here are a few from the last couple of weeks. A fox pup from this springs litter that I see wander through. A baby raccoon looking for food one evening. We're extra dry this year so the wildlife is out and about more than normal. A butterfly gracing a flower, a turtle soaking in the sun. A red squirrel chattering at me as I passed by.
  12. The way things work for the classes my kids take is that sick days are not reimbursed or made up. We follow the public school schedule so when they close for inclement weather, the kids classes do too. We are refunded for those days and rarely do they do a make up day. I believe I can remember one year where they offered a make up day for academic classes.
  13. I'm loving it. However, my life is different than most. We're currently in calving season which is a stressful busy time of year. Having almost everything cleared from our plate is wonderful! I think it depends on what your life typically looks like whether it's good or not. All but one in my family are introverts. We've played games, had deep conversations that likely wouldn't have happened and we are working many hours outside so it's all good.
  14. I went to my rural Aldi's this morning and so far they had no limit on number of people in the store. An employee was wiping down each shopping cart and you didn't have to pay a quarter to get one. One side was the disinfected carts and the other side was the returned ones that would get wiped down. They did have a plexiglass shield of sorts around the cashier/payment area. People were mostly in gloves & masks and it was all business. In and out.
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