I hope you have all had a wonderful week and are looking forward to great things this weekend. We are starting to get the apartment ready for a visitor. I happen to be a very happy bonus parent to amazing twin women thanks to P.R.'s previous marriage.
One of the young women came to visit us years ago when we first moved into the home we have now. The other was not ready to make such a long trip, it's basically 24 to 26 hours of travel from their home in Chile. But now she is coming! I have talked to her online and in text over the years, but have never been able to speak to her in person, until now. I cannot wait for her to get here!
Besides getting the apartment ready for our special guest, P.R. and I have been working very hard the last few months to clean up our diets and get back to our healthy habits. We used to go out walking practically every weekend and run around town to open-air markets, go shopping, or just go out to dinner and a movie. Since CoVid19 shut the world down, we have spent most of our time very close to home and a majority of that was just in this apartment. With our daughters visit, we are looking to actually go out a bit more to show her around our area. I feel very secure about the CoVid19 precautions that are in place here. We have a few short trips planned for our time with Mary. This is going to be so much fun.
Seeing as we still have two weeks yet before her arrival, I think we need some laughs to kill some time.
Don't forget . . .
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Have a great Friday, posse!
Q: I heard you defeated our local chess champion in less than five moves. Is that true?
A: Yes, those kickboxing lessons finally paid off.
Q: Air used to be free at the gas station, why doe it cost $1.50 now?
Q: Why shouldn't you iron a four-leaf clover?
A: It's a bad idea to press your luck.
Q: How can you find out which came first, a chicken or an egg?
A: Ordered one of each from Amazon, then wait.
Q: A man walks into a bathroom in France, what nationality is he while in the bathroom?
Q: Have you ever dreamt you weighed less than a thousandth of a gram?
A: Yes, I woke up and was like, 0mg!
Q: Did you hear about the cheese factory that exploded in France?
A: Da brie was everywhere!
Q: Why did the invisible man turn down a job offer?
A: Because he just couldn't see himself doing it!
Q: Have you seen my photos of the beautiful herb garden I had when I was growing up?
A: Yes, those were good thymes.
Q: Why do bees have sticky hair?
A: Because they use honeycombs.
Q: What do you call a shoe made from bananas?
Q: Do you see any exits in that beehive?
A: No. It's unbeelievable!
Q: Have you heard the new graveyard is already overcrowded?
A: People have been dying to get in there!
Q: Why do you wish Covid-19 had started in Las Vegas?
A: Because we all know, what happens in Vegas ... stays in Vegas!
Q: Are you an good at sleeping?
A: Oh yes, I'm so good I can do it with my eyes closed!
And last but not least ...
Q: Why do you like telling Dad jokes?
A: Because sometimes he laughs!
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