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We started out with Grandparent’s Day on Sunday the 13th. Sadly, during these times there was no hugs and kisses between grandchildren and grandparents at Havenwood this year.
The good thing remains that as of this writing, the Glenhaven campus is free of COVID among both staff and residents.
This isn’t the case in other parts of the country, so I think Glenhaven and Havenwood should be commended for their strict procedures.
Monday and Tuesday of this week was rather uneventful. Wednesday is our trivia day. This week it was on cats and dogs.
In the cat category apparently at night the cat can see six times better than we can.
After the death of a cat some Egyptians would shave off their eyebrows to show respect. Most cats are born with blue eyes.
In the dog category we found out that all dogs evolve from the wolf. A dog’s nose print is as unique as a human’s fingerprint.
And who favored pugs as pets? The Chinese Emperors did. That’s a few facts about cats and dogs. Enjoy your pets!
Thursday we concentrated on puzzling and playing cribbage. One of our residents is putting together a puzzle of the Statue of Liberty, a much needed symbol at this time.
Friday was doorway bingo. We played with quarters and thanks again to Thrivent Financial we were able to get some treats.
I won a box of cereal, a container of pudding, some laundry soap and a candy bar. That was a good haul! The baking club came through with another tasty treat. They never disappoint! Have a good week!
Respectfully submitted, Lois M. Kilde