Stuck Inside or Who’s Cheating? – Part 1

Welcome to my blog, Life and Random Thinking.

I truly appreciate your visit, Thank You ! – David

Africa is keeping an eye on me!

Who will know the name of the song and band from today’s lyrics?

The air quality in the Okanagan Valley where I live “sucks“! It is 11+ on the air quality index and when you check what that means all the instructions translate to mean “Don’t !”

Don’t breathe, don’t go outside, don’t open your windows, and don’t inhale.

My thoughts are with the people in Washington, Oregon and California and many other border states who are dealing with this fire emergency. Fires are raging out of control in numerous locations.

I am proud of the firefighters from Canada, from as far away as Quebec, who have gone down to support our American friends.

Be safe ā™„

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Stuck inside these four walls,
Sent inside forever,
Never seeing no one
Nice again like you,
Mama you, mama you.

If I ever get out of here,
Thought of giving it all away
To a registered charity.
All I need is a pint a day
If I ever get outta here
If we ever get outta of here

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End of Part 1 –

I decided to shorten this post and make it two parts, I hope you come back for part dos ! – David šŸ‘

About dfolstad58

I live in the South Okanagan. BC. I enjoy reading, exercise, toastmasters. spending time with my son, my daughter, & her husband , and my patient wife. I try to respond personally to every comment on my blog, and in this way I hope to get to know my readers a little bit and say thank you for their encouragement and suggestions.
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10 Responses to Stuck Inside or Who’s Cheating? – Part 1

  1. Susan says:

    I don’t think I’m stuck inside with you although I’ve got lots of canning to do.
    A pint sounds great, but I’ll have to wait, until the quality of the air is fair.
    And I hope it’s soon, like tomorrow at noon.

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  2. Paul McCartney – Band on the Run (I had to sing it in my head to help!)

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  3. The air quality has been terrible here in the Lower Mainland too, but you’re right. Those south of the border have it much worse.

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  4. Sandra J says:

    I have not heard that song is so long. It is a good one. šŸ™‚

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  5. Oh geez David I thought maybe you guys were over the bad air up there. Just awful. My penchant for the outdoors has worked against me as I’ve been just going out to the compost pile or some other quick errand and end up out there for an hour or two working in the garden. My lungs are not happy! Hoping that rain gets here any minute. It’s been thundering for an hour or so but no moisture yet, which is a little nerve wracking. Stay safe. Stay indoors. (Says the lady who can’t seem to follow her own advice.)

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    • dfolstad58 says:

      Hi Ilona, you made me chuckle. It must be natural to be outside and you don’t see the smoke over a short distance either.

      I am the opposite, staying inside and getting cabin fever. Oh blessed rain – come on down! We are promised mixed showers tomorrow, and I hope mother nature won’t be stingy. ā™„

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