Spring arrived during quarantine, and it has been a beautiful one.

I know I am stating the obvious, but these are very strange times.  The world has gone a bit crazy.  But in the midst of social isolation and working from home, Brian and I managed to have a very good spring.

We have, for one thing, become excited about retirement.  I freely admit that I was concerned about having Brian here at home every day, but we both managed to get our work done and we thoroughly enjoyed the time we had together.  We met every day for lunch on the patio, we enjoyed having more time to relax after work, and Kippers enjoyed having both of us to "assist" with our work.  Best of all, the lack of a commute and a very relaxed dress code for Brian (he wears a suit and tie to the office, but can work from home in shorts and flip-flops) meant more sleep.  A precious 45 minutes more sleep.

I am now optimistic that we can survive retirement.

It helped that the weather has been fabulous.  Abundant rain and moderate temperatures have done wonderful things for our g…

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