Today’s entry is dedicated to blog regular Ponytail.

 

14 thoughts on “April 20, 2020: Animals takes over the streets!

  1. Oh, Ponytail. I’m so very sorry to hear about your Mom. Sending my deepest condolences to you and your family.

    If (when?) we ultimately disappear, I don’t think it would take long at all for nature to move back into the spaces that have been lost. Sometimes I wonder if that wouldn’t be all for the better.

    Guess I’m saying that as I listen to CBC Radio right now out of Halifax reporting about the terrible tragedy in Nova Scotia and how completely senseless it was. Nineteen victims so far and more are expected to be found. As it turns out, one of the victims went to the same high school here in Quispamsis that I went to. And I know someone that had gone to school with the shooter in Moncton. He is shocked, of course.

    Along with this virus, another reminder I guess not to take life for granted. You never know if it’s going to be your or someone you love’s last day.

    1. I just read that another one of the victims shares my last name and we do have relatives through my great uncle that live in the Amherst and Truro area, so there very well could be a connection. She was out with a friend for a Sunday morning walk. 🙁

  2. @Ponytail. I am so, so very, sorry. Please, please, don’t hesitate to get in touch if you need a listening ear to bend.

    Agree with Gforce. Cherish those you love and remind them they matter and are loved, everyday
    as if it were the their last.

    So just a reminder: I love and appreciate you all, my wonderful blog family, Always. XO

  3. Thinking of you, Ponytail, with love n hugs

    GeForce… with you also. It’s scary when the news hits closer to home than you expect.

  4. I’m so sorry for your loss, Ponytail. I would give almost anything for 15 minutes with my parents. Losing them is always so difficult. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

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