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ToraGirl last won the day on May 3 2020

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    World travel, missions, gardening, walking, Trader Joe's, independent coffeehouses, nearly every type of music, reading, Jesus, and of course, AUBURN in any capacity!
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    Deatsville, AL "zoned for Millbrook"
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  1. Finally found use for my favorite ratchet T that I can't discard. Perfect WorldCafe addition! Zoom in and learn a new phrase!
  2. Some of finished (close enough) classroom...the WorldCafe@MacMillan. Doing as before/after. I love this part of "starting over" even when every muscle aches.
  3. My new school digs...my kinda place. #MacMillanInternationalMagnet
  4. Maybe some o'y'all been worrying for no good reason? Laugh...I have never. But I used to dumpster-dive for aluminum cans to recycle at...what was the name of it...The Casino! ("Thanks, Dad.")
  5. Grest pics! That place was something else! Few Novembers ago for Ark...not done CM yet. Covid19 deviated that plan in March. Love that you got to go. Adore KY. Nailed Keanu...πŸ€£πŸ˜‚πŸ‘ P.S. Ken Hamm has done his research.
  6. Yes...I was out for coffee, but my daughter brakes for cats! "Gatos and Beans"... πŸ€£πŸŒΆπŸ‡²πŸ‡½
  7. So Birmingham has a "Cat Cafe" if anyone needs to know. Following Japan's lead! πŸ˜‰πŸ€£πŸ¦‹
  8. Sioux City, Iowa..."after midnight," because I'm relentless...and I said I would try. πŸ¦‹πŸŒ https://thewalkingtourists.com/chief-war-eagle-statue-looks-three-states-sioux-city/
  9. Yes, on first move, too. Elmore County, where I live and my daughter teaches, came up with a policy Friday that lets families decide for "in person" or "online." She's secondary, so it's really different for elementary. Neither of us has underlying health conditions, so the personal connection is a must for us, despite the risk, we feel. It could all change on a dime. No word for my system yet. There's talk of September starts for area systems, but she was told that August 10 was their starting date, "as planned." Mask usage here depends upon where you go. No one is unmasked in Whole Foods. Aldi, about 2/3 wear them. Dollar General, 1 in 10. It has ebbed and flowed. I believe the African-Americans I've seen seem far more committed and faithful to wear them; they inspire me. We're taking them on the road to Yellowstone tomorrow and I have more on order. It's a simple thing for me...it doesn't hurt me to wear one, but I am forever gauging the situation.
  10. Hey @Tiger Refuge, are you seeing more nature-loving traffic with things lifting, are you seeing a lot of mask-wearing, and what news does your wife have about what her school might look like for the fall?
  11. Trash to TREASURE...a project for my Creativity class toward my Gifted Certification. Halfway done in July! πŸ™‚ (The itinerary is not the one I ended up with.)
  12. I'm sorry for your loss, M. He was legendary. He sounds movie-worthy. Good memories there. Prayers for you and McW...all...sure the LITTLES, too, will feel it on a different level. β€πŸ¦‹
  13. That's fantastic...love anything you can do with a tomato!
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