Thank you, Kate

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Re: Thank you, Kate

Post by silvia1970 » Wed Apr 22, 2020 3:43 pm

Thank you Kate and Rick for the latest update.
Actually i would be in Egypt right now, cruising along the Nile and admiring the pyramids.
Now i am spending my vacation at home with a construction site in front of the door.
But we make the best of it. 8-)
That means: tidying up the apartment, sorting out clothes :x , reading, Netflix up and down, playing Candy Crush or
Springfield :mrgreen:
or taking a nap. ;) Nothing special. ;)
Outside only with face mask and distance to other people.
Unfortunately, a lot of people do not follow these rules. It really annoys me.
But scold because there is no toilet paper to buy. :roll:
STAY SAFE EVERYONE!!!
Silvia

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Re: Thank you, Kate

Post by lesliekretchmar » Thu Apr 23, 2020 3:27 am

Thanks for posting your answers to Rick's 4 20 20 update note! I've appreciated and enjoyed reading all of them :lol: ! Stay safe and well :heart: and if you want some very meaningful video viewing, watch and listen to Steve Jobs Last Words https://vimeo.com/410859552
ImageWith a little imagination, anything is possible"

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Re: Thank you, Kate

Post by Annelies » Thu Apr 23, 2020 9:12 am

Thank you so much for your message Rick, and thank you Kate!

I work a lot lately, in protected home society... Luckily the people have quite big appartments but the walls get a bit closer day by day. So we walk, play ping pong, walk outside, that kind of things wich can be done at 1,5...

At home I make challenges for the kids, made a course of crêpepapier where they had to climb trough without braking the lines and they loooove escaperooms, when they dont have schoolwork... Right now they are playing The Sims, enjoying a world without the virus in holidaytime..
Myself I can imagine the life of our treefrogs in the terrarium right now :D .... They keep me busy, i love to be here in the forum when I can and watching MacGyver, when i have my spare moments
So, that's how we cope.

Stay safe everyone!
Lots of love,

Lies

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Post by tvero80 » Fri May 08, 2020 9:15 pm

Any news from Rick, Kate ? Is he ok ?
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Post by ergomac23 » Sat May 09, 2020 1:31 am

I have been wondering that my self i hope he is alright

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Post by KateR » Sat May 09, 2020 2:05 am

About a week ago he wrote to say that he was undergoing tech support and he wanted to be sure that security worked properly.

He asked me to respond to let him know I got the message. I did, and asked him to do likewise.

And that was the end. :roll:

Kate

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Re: Thank you, Kate

Post by GWhite » Sat May 09, 2020 3:21 am

by KateR » Fri May 08, 2020 8:05 pm

About a week ago he wrote to say that he was undergoing tech support and he wanted to be sure that security worked properly.

He asked me to respond to let him know I got the message. I did, and asked him to do likewise.

And that was the end. :roll:
Lol! He might be the kindest man in the world, but it sounds like trying to get him to keep in touch is like pushing a rope. My son lives with me (he thinks I’m old and need help :lol: ) and he’s just like that. He’s 52 going on 16. Drives my 15 yr old granddaughter crazy (“Daaaaaaad :roll:” )

At least RDA was well, if perhaps a bit distracted, a week ago.

Thank you once again, Kate.

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Re: Thank you, Kate

Post by ergomac23 » Sat May 09, 2020 3:32 am

thank you Kate for getting back to us so quickly

it sounds like typical rick to me he has very little attention span :lol:

thank you again Kate

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Re: Thank you, Kate

Post by frenchwriter » Mon May 11, 2020 11:54 am

Even if It's difficult for this "outside man", he is reasonable and stays at home in safety.
Being in the medical, I continued to work, less but several days of week, with masks and gloves. Now, I work all days. I hope you all remain very careful.
It was a painful time too, because my mom passed away...
Thank you Kate for updates

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Post by bftlovesRDA » Mon May 11, 2020 12:46 pm

frenchwriter wrote:
Mon May 11, 2020 11:54 am
Even if It's difficult for this "outside man", he is reasonable and stays at home in safety.
Being in the medical, I continued to work, less but several days of week, with masks and gloves. Now, I work all days. I hope you all remain very careful.
It was a painful time too, because my mom passed away...
Thank you Kate for updates
Oh, frenchwriter - so very sorry your mom passed away during this time of trouble. God rest her soul and deep sympathy to you.
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