Sunday, December 4, 2022
Thursday, December 1, 2022
|There was some snow and little traffic on our road trip|
|Friends Randy and Judy, Patrick and Dorothy (Beatrice & Grenville)|
|Thanksgiving buffet at the Mountain View Grand (by the end of the night)|
This fireplace is in the lobby by the front door and is a popular gathering spot. Seating was at a premium throughout our stay, but luckily, we were able to get a spot late Friday afternoon.The fireplace decorations provided a great background for this holiday photo. (We've become skilled at taking our own selfies, and politely decline offers of help—How about you?)
Today is December 1, let the 🎄countdown begin and for myself, card writing starts. Despite increasing USPS mail costs, I still enjoy handwriting cards and, as in past years, will exchange mailed 📬 greeting with any fellow blogger who wants to do the same—send your name and mailing address to my blog email; I'll do the same in return.
Wednesday, November 23, 2022
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Monday, November 14, 2022
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Friday, November 11, 2022
Thursday, November 10, 2022
- Contacted unexpectedly by phone, email, text, direct message or pop-up with a request for personal information or money. Never click a link or download an attachment from someone you don't know. Most banks and credit card companies will never text, email or call asking for personal or account information.
- Pressured to act immediately with an alarming phone call, email or text that plays with your emotions. Scammers may pose as an employee from a familiar organization, such as Bank of America and say there's a problem that needs immediate attention. Do not act unless you have verified the person who has contacted you and the story or request is legitimate.
- Asked to pay in an unusual way, like gift cards, bitcoin, prepaid debit cards or digital currency, to resolve fraud.
- Asked to provide personal or account information, such as an account verification code, bank account number or PIN. When in doubt, never give it out.
- Offered a free product or get rich quick opportunity that seems too good to be true. If it seems too good to be true, it probably is. Never cash a check for someone you don't know.