rumors fly---and i did have a couple worth passing ..maybe... if you go back in my dd's 6 months or qa year... i got on a marmalade "tea" kick... i bought the marm,alade jar thinkiong that it wqs jam stuff-- when i got it home 3 different volunteers told me it was teh stuff koreans drank to help with the flu.. in tht daily doggie, .i went on about at costco , it was $6 or $8 and on amazon it was $22-well costco still carries it---- honey lemon citrus ginger tea--- now that we have a virus to contend with.... i did get a very complicated/ scientific sounding study on the effects of some tea against virus.-- i did buy another jar of it.---personqlly... i think virus'es don't like heat... so drinking that wierd tea right out from under the kerig thing is what i am now doing . only for lack of anythng better.... and i like the tea...
then i got a very sane sounding doctor writtn article "temper fear with reason"
in 1918------Put simply, medics found that severely ill flu patients nursed outdoors recovered better than those treated indoors. A combination of fresh air and sunlight seems to have prevented deaths among patients; and infections among medical staff. There is scientific support for this. Research shows that outdoor air is a natural disinfectant. Fresh air can kill the flu virus and other harmful germs. Equally, sunlight is germicidal and there is now evidence it can kill the flu virus.
i did hear one reporter say that teh white house doctor is a DO.... doctor of osteopathy- i think i wouold feel better if it was a dr of infectious diseases ..
open house-- yes we are open... i thought it better if we keep everyon out of the buildings and let them enjoy the loose animals.. which i am going to try pockets.
we are asking everyong to sign in and wear a label-- this was in effect before the virus bit.
well----it was /is ----for everyone except ipswich's animal control officer who came thru the gate.. did not sign in.. then took 2 men down to go thru the barn, kennels, arena and icu house without my knowledge or permission. got to straighten that out legally. turns out she had a fire inspector and building inspector with her.. all they came up with was just a suggestion that our smoke detectors should really be smoke and co2 hardly an earth shattering discovery...
somehow i thought she is to inspect the place once a year - and even for that i believe she is to make an appointment... i do not think she can bring anyone in here without my knowledge and just wander thru the buildings.
with all teh chief of police has to do right now, i will postpone contacting him.
To do his part to “pay it forward,” Scott takes Bumble to schools and other places to educate kids about service dogs. The other night, they did a presentation and Q&A with a group of Cub Scouts. They were sitting on the floor next to Bumble and really great with their questions.
Then, Bumble yawned. They saw his enormous mouth and were intrigued by his teeth. So Scott lifted Bum’s giant jowls so they could really see his teeth. Shrieks of silly kids filled the room. The 2 1/2 year old sister of one kid, whom Scott had dubbed, “Bumble’s new squeak toy,” was so funny. She kept asking Scott, “Again?” So Scott would show them his teeth again.
It is always great to sit there watching Scott open up about SDP and your amazing work. The guys are very good ambassadors, and they look forward to every chance to share the word about service dogs.
The Clements Family