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Warm November day

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Currently it’s 72° F here in Dubuque.  So I’m sitting at the winery on their patio having a cold one. No one else here right now and no TVs with the latest news on either.  It’s a bit windy out but otherwise not too bad.  Not too many more nice days like this for a while so sitting out here beats the fuck out of waiting for the inevitable. (Which hopefully is fuck face finding out he’s a one term Pres and future convict).  And I got a good ride in today as well. 

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      Watch for a huge covid outbreak in Yates County NY. As we drove home from picking up the grandkid from college we passes an Amish home with a minimum of 50 Amish buggies outside. The horses were all unhitched and in a paddock and there was a pile of at least 20 bicycles in the front yard. As we were passing we watched 5 people walk into the house. 
       

      unfreaking believable.

       

    • JermajestyDuggar

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      26 minutes ago, SuperNova said:

      Abbie posts the Thanksgiving morning clean-up. She says "we" but the only ones doing any real work are the children. Abbie is filming and Shaun is just kinda standing around by the babies who are perched precariously near the table edge.

      I love the look of eclectic homes but this is not it. There's too many clashing  colors and patterns. The curtian rod behind the table is oversized but seems to only have a single set of curtains hanging and it looks bad. 

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      I really do t know why she puts those bouncers up on the table. In my experience, bouncers don’t always stay in one place. They move tiny amounts. You don’t notice it much until it’s been five minutes and the bouncer is a few inches away from where it started. They are so close to the edge. I’m surprised they haven’t fallen off yet.

    • Bluebirdbluebell

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      5 hours ago, Flossie said:

      Regarding who and how many people are allowed in the room during medical visits, here's how it's playing out here:  

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    • SuperNova

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      Abbie posts the Thanksgiving morning clean-up. She says "we" but the only ones doing any real work are the children. Abbie is filming and Shaun is just kinda standing around by the babies who are perched precariously near the table edge.

      I love the look of eclectic homes but this is not it. There's too many clashing  colors and patterns. The curtian rod behind the table is oversized but seems to only have a single set of curtains hanging and it looks bad. 

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    • Bluebirdbluebell

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      5 hours ago, Laura2730 said:

      Is Abbie Duggar pregnant again?

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      I don't know; when and where was this screen shot taken?

      It wouldn't surprise me if she was. I was just thinking last night that she could be the next to announce a new pregnancy. People tend to like the first two kids close in age and she may feel she needs to hurry up since she's older. 



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