Wednesday, June 10, 2020

Dear Madame Zoltar

Hello, my dears!  How are you?  So, you survived the great deluge.  Is your basement flooded?  How about the house?  If so, just contact Mr. Mayor Cory 'Butterball' Mason and he will make everything A-OK.  Ha!  Fooled you.  Mr. 'Butterball' can do nothing for you.  Pay a plumber to pump it out, or let it sink back in gradually, either way you're left with a mess.  If the water got high enough, it could knock out some basement appliances, like a water heater, or even a washer or dryer.  What kind of water is it?  Is it overflow from the Root River or septic backup?  The latter is the worse.  Oh my.

Here's a video of Lake Michigan from the Journal Times:

Junior has been out protesting and marching over the death of George Floyd.  I've told him repeatedly to wear his mask, but I don't think that he does.  He thinks it detracts from his "tough guy" persona.  (Ha!)  I haven't joined in.  There's enough people out there making noise and disturbing the peace.  I certainly wouldn't want to be a police officer right now.  They literally risk their lives for us every day.  I'm glad that the police officers involved in George Floyd's death have lost their jobs and have been criminally charged in Floyd's death.  Why did it take so long?  Would anything have been done if the protests had not erupted?  I think not.

Of course, Señor Zanza is being a saint in these trying times. He does all of the grocery shopping and much of the other errands.  He really is the glue that holds this household together. I don't know what I did to deserve him, but I'm so happy that he's here.  He makes staying at home easier. 

My business, of course, is in the toilet.  Giving readings while wearing a mask and gloves just doesn't cut it.  My clients say, "You're Madame Zoltar.  You shouldn't need a mask."  Uh, being a psychic doesn't make me impervious to infection.  Dealing with the public increases my risk.  Visiting clients' homes exposes me to all sorts of possibilities.  I'm a walking COVID-19 colony.  Help!

I have an actual doctor's appointment for later this morning.  All of my other doctors have cancelled my appointments or made visits via telephone.  I've been instructed to wear a mask and to arrive no sooner than five minutes before my appointment.  This ought to be fun. 

Thank you all for reading my blog today.  I love each and every one of you.  We are family.

Please be sure to respect one another.  It's our best hope for peace.
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