HAPPY SPRING EQUINOX, FOLKS!!

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HAPPY SPRING EQUINOX, FOLKS!!

Post by Pumpkin_Head » Fri Mar 20, 2020 11:09 am

Hi Folks:

I just wanted to with everyone a wonderful and HAPPY EQUINOX, despite all the problems in the world today. Social events are pretty much on hold for a few months, but I'm not going to let that stop me from enjoying this forum, my records and a horror movie.

Right now I have shrimp and cock tail sauce for my supper, "Dark Shadows" will be on the DVD player, and as I write this, Weezer is on the stereo.
So I hope everything is going good today. The sky is too cloudy. I didn't get to see the sun rise, and I probably wont get to see it set, either, but know that IS'T SPRING!!! The weather is going to get WARMER, the barbecue is ready and waiting, and 4th of July fireworks are beckoning!

Mike


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Re: HAPPY SPRING EQUINOX, FOLKS!!

Post by Murfreesboro » Tue Mar 24, 2020 3:56 pm

Love your enthusiasm, Mike!

We are getting cabin fever. Husband, a teacher, is on enforced leave. Daughter hangs out in her bedroom. Only our son, who works in a grocery store, has been busy.

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Re: HAPPY SPRING EQUINOX, FOLKS!!

Post by Pumpkin_Head » Tue Mar 24, 2020 6:36 pm

Keeping busy is important. Perhaps some 'Halloween in March' fun is in order. Hopefully this COVID 19 thing will be over with soon. It's like a ghost town around here, too. I've been doing a lot of web surfing, and I probably spent more time on the phone this week then any time in my life. I was on for an hour and a half with my younger sister. Then I spoke to an old friend of mine and we were on the horn for over 30 minutes. Yesterday I called my brother Bob and chewed the fat and shared old family memories, and then I called my brother Jim and we spoke about the Coronavirus pandemic at length. Last but by no means least, my brother Barry phoned me on Sunday to see how everything was going, and he talked me through some instructions on how to change the oil on the lawnmower he gave me for a house warming gift last March. I am not a huge fan of the telephone, but it was nice to hear from everyone.

Of course, horror movies, records and "Under the Dome" are pretty close companions these days. Like I said, I certainly hope this thing ends soon.
I would like to go on a 'haunted road trip' when the weather gets warmer.

Mike

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