LaCorona Vida #4

I’m still #WFH (“Working From Home”) in twitter/instagram speak. Mostly retirement paperwork. Lots and lots of paperwork. My home office is a mess. I’m going to have to get some file storage that works.

Other than that getting lots of reading done. I read “American Terrorist: Timothy McVeigh & the Oklahoma City Bombing” by Lou Michel and Dan Herbeck. What a story told from McVeigh’s point of view. From war hero to bum. Killed 168 people because he was mad about government overreach. He didn’t care about the innocent people. Collateral damage as far as he was concerned.

So the wife has been gardening and I’ve helped her here and there. And I’ve been flying my drone when the wind allows. It’s fun and easy.

As you can tell I am not a very smooth pilot. Fortunately the drone stays still while I am trying to figure out what to do.

And we are eating lots of ice cream. Rose Rock is a store based close to downtown Tulsa. They hand make their ice cream and they deliver!! Life can’t be too bad if you are eating ice cream is what I say.

Here’s my latest Covid-19 Update for Oklahoma. Deaths are not declining, new cases are going up, hospitalizations are going down. What’s it all mean? You tell me.

Stay cool and safe folks!!

4 thoughts on “LaCorona Vida #4

  1. Ellen

    I might have to read that book. We recently watched a new series about Waco. I think it was on NetFlix, but it portrayed things differently than what I had always thought happened there. Either way, shame on those parents for not getting their kids out of that situation. I think everyone is doing lots of gardening this springs. The garden departments are packed and I had to visit several stores to find seeds for my veggie garden (with my mask on and trying to stay six feet from anyone). Oklahoma sure had a big uptick in new cases. I have a feeling that’s the trend we’ll all be seeing in the next few weeks as states open up.

  2. Barb

    Your landscaping is so pretty, especially with the new plants. Looks like your neighbor’s car has a boo boo. I like your drone photos – I feel like a bird. I told Bob that I want lots and lots of colorful container plants this summer. Then, I realized I’d have to go somewhere to get them… I talked to a yard guy this AM. We still have lots of snow, so irrigation won’t be started until maybe early June. I’m going to get him to help me with cleanup this year. Less bending, pulling, and time spent on knees for me. I’m mystified by any virus numbers. They never seem to make sense. In our county, they just don’t add up right.

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