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The neighbors trees across the street from my daughter's house always changes quickly in the Fall.
My son-in-law tested negative for the Bat flu this morning, but unfortunately, my test was still positive, and so was my daughter's. Other than a bit of a cough, I don't feel sick, and neither does my daughter, the difference is she prefers to get back to work, and I've never wanted to return to work a day in my life, so she didn't inherit that trait from me.
So it looks like I'll wait another day or two before I take another test. It's no big deal to me since I don't have any plans anyway; I'm not feeling sick, so I could be doing anything I want to do except coming in contact with other people, and since the weather's been beautiful, this is a great time to be doing stuff to the Lance to get it ready to head South sometime in October.
I need a flu shot, which I will get as soon as I test negative for the Bat flu. I feel fortunate that I haven't caught the flu in a long, long time, and I'm assuming that being a boondocker and not coming in contact with very many people is at least partially responsible for that. And since winter is the prime flu season, that's when I'm around the fewest people.