Thanks everyone for all the well wishes for my migraine a few days ago and for the dentist yesterday. All went well there. For those of you who may be worried about going to the dentist, it's probably safer than the doctors office. My dentist told me before that they know how to protect both staff and patients from things they learned during AIDs. It makes sense to me. I did ask if he and staff were able to finally receive a covid vaccination. He said, "Yes, I get the second one next week." He then proceed to tell me how inept Oregon is on vaccines. That our medical facility is averaging 4 injects an hour. Yes, I wrote 4. That my dentist and his partner paid to be trained in giving the vaccine and have offered to open a community vaccine center but they were told there are no vaccines. That Oregon gets less because our numbers in covid cases were lower than other states. So, of course any vaccines that come to Oregon go to the big cities. How pathetic is that? I still can't get over 4 an hour. At that rate Mr. M. and I won't get vaccinated until next year.
OK off to something funner. The other night Mr. M. was watching the History channel, a show that was counting down the most loved foods and how they are made. One was chocolate covered bacon. Now, I am into salty and sweet as much as the next person, but this just doesn't sit right with me. In other words don't mess with my bacon. However, I made some for Mr. M. and it is his new treat experience. He loves it!!!!!!
Also I am still behind in 29 Faces because the sun was out yesterday afternoon and I wanted to be in the yard absorbing as much as I can. I got my tables set up in the greenhouse. I want to let all of you know that we get more rain than most and the wind is vicious. Mr. M, has my greenhouse screwed to the deck, tied off at the fence and reinforced on the inside. We are praying that the pacific ocean winds don't blow it down. LOL
Like I said I am so far behind in art so
here are a few older piece.
That's it for now. Wishing all of you a great day
Be Safe Out There And Wear A Mask
Honor and integrity in art, in life.