Saturday, August 1, 2020

A moment of courage

I'm trying the new blogger to tell you how in a moment of courage I went shopping with her that she had been so looking forward to.The day after they went into isolation because her brother was near a corona patient.

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  1. I expect she was looking after you! She has grown so tall.

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    1. Yes, she has grown a lot. She is very creative and we were lucky that we bought a lot of material to create before their insulation.

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  2. Shabbat shalom, Yael! I hope the kids are OK with bidud.
    You are brave to try the new Blogger. How is it?

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    1. Shabbat Shalom Dina. The new blogger seems to me not much different from the old one.

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  3. I hope you both enjoyed your shopping trip. Stay safe.

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  4. We always enjoy our time together.

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  5. Brave for trying the new blogger or brave for going shopping - or both?

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  6. She will have enjoyed that shopping - and afterwards might have had enough colours to paint in the time of isolation.
    A good, courageous move of you two!
    I wish you all the best: stay healthy and safe!

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  7. It must be so hard for the youngsters to stay in isolation. I hope you all stay safe.

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    1. They are fine. But a generation has grown up here that has less and less social life.

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  8. Oh I can see lots of great crafting things in that store. I hope she filled up the trolley.
    Finally a shopping trip!!!
    woohoo

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    1. There is nothing she loves more than that. She was missing it.

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  9. Don't the kids grow up fast! It's a good thing you two went shopping when you did so she could stock up on crafty things to do now at home. It can be a bit nerve wracking going in the shops not to mention wearing the masks, but isn't it wonderful to shop with our grandchildren! It is very good to see you again here Yael! I send my best to you!

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  10. Thank you Bonnie. I wish you the same.

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  11. Good for you, grandma, for shopping and for using New Blogger. She used to be so little! And her brother too. What a lovely young woman.

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  12. Thank you Joanne. Time flies.

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  13. A whole trolley to fill and in a craft shop ... my idea of almost heaven! She has grown so much! I am sure there will be many hours of crafting ahead for you both and doing something constructive helps to pass the time in these 'unprecedented times'.

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  14. Hello Shirley,Indeed the cart was full until we reached the checkout. And the materials for the creation ran out quickly. Need a new round of shopping.

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