It's made by Kong and it's almost solid rubber. So far so good. Do your worst, Hurricane George.
Speaking of the pets, this little goblin growled at me yesterday over candy. He still didn't get any, but he was willing to fight me for a chance.
We got word from the district office that our schools will be all virtual on Monday and no one is to return to the building until further notice. Covid is worse than it's ever been in this area, so I think that's a good call. I'm not looking forward to more time at home, but people are dying at an alarming rate in this county. Five more deaths were reported just today. Those vaccines can't come soon enough! The building will be open for teachers/staff to gather supplies they may need tomorrow so Gregg and I will be going up there to service the aquariums. The principal will be meeting us up there so we can figure out what to do to keep the fish alive and healthy during this crazy time. It's worrisome. Now I understand why my husband stresses out so much about all of his aquarium jobs. Hopefully we'll be able to pull these two tanks through these times of less than ideal husbandry. All we can do is our best.
I got all of our Christmas stuff put away ahead of New Year's Eve, and although we stayed up till midnight, it just wasn't the same as most years. I had a glass or two of champagne and then went to bed. I'm hoping this year will bring a return to normal (or at least semi-normal) and the next time the holidays come around we'll have a lot of fun making up for lost time.
I'm re-reading All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr. Clink on the link to see my review of it from 2015. I had almost forgotten how beautiful it is.
How are you bringing in 2021?