Stupid Loss

Six of the Eight, that’s me in the red checkers.

Talked to a neighbor this morning, she told me about a cow that lost the second half of a set of twins this morning. She thought it was the after birth coming, she left and returned to a dead calf. Now any rancher, I would think, could easily tell the difference. The more I think about it her 35 year old, living and mooching off mommy son, was most likely the one who didn’t know the difference. Probably had to hurry home and get back to gaming, whatever the hell that is.

I guess I could complain about being confined to the house, unfortunately with MS and a wheelchair for transport that is the story of my life. No reason to complain.

Checked your IRA lately, don’t! I had to look at mine for Medicaid purposes, boy do I qualify now and I sure hope they pay for Prozac.

Snow is going off, slowly, come on spring. I could use some vitamin D, would save on the Prozac. Noon o’clock, best get online and balance my checkbook. It’s like this, $30 minus $19 for the stupid fees gives a whopping $11 to keep me out of overdraft zone until money comes in on the 7th from my rental, I hope.

Hey be someone’s hero today. Call a friend.

4 thoughts on “Stupid Loss

  1. That’s one of the greatest photos of kids I’ve ever seen. No need for social distancing there! I don’t know whether you’ll get full spring or an end to this virus foolishness first, but I hope they both hurry up.

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  2. Cute kids…late sixties? brothers and sisters? 401k is going back up, after a big hit. It’s unfortunate about the calf. Person responsible should be held accountable by burying it.

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