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Thoughts While Shaving for June 5

Slowly but surely, feels like we are beginning to begin a return to normal … but as long as I feel I should wear a mask, not there yet…

Was referred to Doc in Wilmington recently, nothing serious, but was told when I arrive, call, but do enter the building … until given permission to do so … and that will be when the lobby has not more than 4. … That is not normal … But, I understand … just as awkward for them as us. Needed to use the restroom … staff wiped, cleaned, powdered and dusted everything before I could enter … that is not normal … but the rules we now abide by. … Got so involved in observing and following the rules, ’bout forgot why I was there … old age. … All is well, thanks for asking…

Cape Fear River is full … and runneth over…

A salute to the Kelly area folks and the Bladen County Board of Commissioners … keep ‘pecking away’ at restoring the dikes in the area…

Economic Development activity continues in the county … sometimes not much mentioned about what is going on … but there is activity in the Elizabethtown Industrial Park … not sure when there will be another update. … Activity also in the Bladenboro Park … just need a way to dispose of industrial waste … hopefully will get there sooner rather than later…

Churches in the area continue worship on Sunday … some indicating onsite, inside services … not normal, but a step forward. … Many continuing Internet based services…

During my recent trip to Wilmngton, I was surprised at the lack of traffic. … I mean during the 5 to 6 p.m. time frame. .. .Just a good drive, there and back … and in the city. … Not that I care to return today…

Weather forecast … scattered showers and thunderstorms, mainly before 2 p.m. Partly sunny, with a high near 85 … windy with gusts as high as 21 mph, 40% chance of rain … and more of the same tonight … Saturday and Sunday…

“Summer breeze makes me feel fine” … Seals and Crofts

“It was June, and the world smelled of roses. The sunshine was like powdered gold over the grassy hillside.” Maud Hart Lovelace

“If summer had one defining scent, it’d definitely be the smell of barbecue.” Katie Lee

robert g hester
rgh4612@gmail.com
910-876-2322

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