Wednesday, April 14, 2021

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Truthfully, except on Friday's I thought I was done with Grandmas school, then Michigan's covid rate skyrocketed.  This time, against the governor's wishes, the school district they go to did not close down.  To say the least, it was a disappointment.

The decision was made to keep the grandchildren at home by their parents.  Now some of you may think we are wild and over cautious but many factors played into this decision.  First, precious children are now getting it and some of them have had severe complications.  Yes, there are now children at their school that have it. Then if your child played with them they are now in quarantine.  So, our #1 objective is keeping our kids safe.  Second, Grandma and Pop, the people who watch them, just got their vaccines last week so give us time for this vaccine to get in our system. 

Thankfully the school district is letting them stay at home and not counting this against them. Grandma's school is open!  Hopefully by next week it will calm down and we can send these children back to school.

People be safe, this virus is not over yet!    

How's it going in your neck of the woods?


The Sea Glass Sisters: Prelude to The Prayer Box (A Carolina Chronicles)


Chasing Home: Christian Contemporary Romance (Triple Star Ranch Romance Book 1)




Uncommon Character: Stories of Ordinary Men and Women Who Have Done the Extraordinary




Propagating Herbs: How To Reproduce Plants Using Various Techniques



Grunt the Grizzly Learns to Be Grateful: A story of gratitude and thanksgiving to help children find joy. For ages 3-8, Preschool through 2nd grade.




Paw Elementary: Luna Plants a Garden



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20 comments:

  1. Stay safe!
    Those cases in Michigan are scary, so I don't blame you for being careful. Glad you have the vaccine and hopefully things will be better soon.
    My kid found out yesterday that his best friend has covid. Thankfully they had cancelled their plans to go bike riding last week so my kid wasn't exposed, and he seems to have a milder case. Scary stuff though.

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    1. I think the more people are vaccinated we will get better very soon. That's really the only recourse that we have right now I guess.
      I'm so glad plans changed for your son. The good Lord was watching out for him that's for sure!

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  2. I’ve read about your state and I’m sorry it’s so bad there now.
    In my state. The rates are very low and our percent of vaccinated people is high.
    You are right though that Covid is not over, but I sure wish it was.

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    1. I hope we turn the tide soon like your state. More and more people are getting vaccinated so it may soon calm down.

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  3. Half of the grandkids are in school, half are homeschooling. My one grandson who has asthma since birth double masks all the time.

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    1. I've seen people with double masks and I think that's a good way to stay safe for him. It's scary out there when you have a pre-existing condition.

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  4. I'm glad that you had the option to bring the grandchildren home until things improve.

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    1. Well they never said it was an option but they are letting them do work at home and not counting it against them. It's a weird situation really but we will muddle through.

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  5. I don't blame you a bit for keeping them at home. Our local school system has been hit hard. I haven't heard if they are still having classes or not - my kids are past school age and I haven't been paying much attention to the news lately. We are still waiting on the shots. We've been eligible for awhile but scheduling an appointment is impossible - they fill up so fast or the system is down. One of these days... Ann

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    1. I hope they contact you soon Ann. It seemed like the appointments at Rite Aid opened up around here around noon or so. We tried Rite Aid first then the health department. I'm sorry to hear about your local school system. It's a wild time.

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  6. I think you are wise to be careful with the grandkids and everyone involved. Having family in Michigan, I've noticed the COVID numbers are up there. We've had a lot of that in Arizona, too, and our governor has lifted the mask mandate. Husband and I and our grown kids have all had our vaccines and it is wonderful to see and hug them, but we are still wearing masks, social distancing and being careful when venturing out. I, too, will be glad when COVID is over and appreciate those who are staying the course to hasten that day.

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    1. Oh man, I can't imagine no masks right now. I wonder how many people in Michigan would just quit wearing theirs. I see a lot that have already.
      I'm glad your being careful and staying the course Mrs. Gilliam.

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  7. We are in Wisconsin and have seen your numbers go up & up. We are all not out of the woods yet! I don't think you are overly cautious at all-your family is so lucky to have Grandma's School and I'm sure they appreciate it.

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    1. I guess we had our own little shut down ..hopefully it will be better next week Nancy. Stay safe!

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  8. I'm so glad you are doing what you think is best for your grandchildren. Blessings...

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    1. I love them dearly and worry about them all the time. I'm glad the parents decide to keep them safe!

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  9. Stay safe. I think you all are making the right decision about schooling at home or Grandma's school. :-) I got my second vaccine this evening. Hubby gets his second one next week.

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  10. It's crazy how the virus works. Some areas that have not been so restricted haven't had breakouts like Michigan. Scary. We get our first shot tomorrow.

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    1. They sound like they have many reasons why this happened. One is the variants that are coming now. I'm not sure any of them really know. I'm glad your getting your shot. I think that may be our only hope of slowing down the virus.

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