For most men, getting older is a distant thought; a time when bucket-list items are crossed off the list, financial goals are accomplished, and retirement awaits. But then, one day, we wake up and realize that we're not just getting older - we are older. Workouts in the gym start to cause more aches and pains the next morning. Keeping weight off around the midsection is much harder than it once was. Stretching before an impromptu game of basketball isn't just a good idea - it's necessary for you to perform. And that gets to the crux of what men hate most about aging - the inability to perform as they used to, whether it's in the bedroom or on the basketball court.
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Lets please help this wonderful Man!!!
My name is Steve Weldon. (aka) Doc from Docs Dawgs in Sonora Ca. . I have a very dear friend here in Tuolumne County that is like a kid Brother to me. His name is Jeffrey Chauvin. Jeff has Cerebral Palsy. He has supported himself all of his adult life and He and his lovely wife Lori for over 35 years who he met in the Watch program as young adults. Lori is handicapped from a car injury as a teenager . They fell in love while both were in the watch program . This was a great love story. Lori was handicapped physically and now at the age of 60...
My name is Steve Weldon. (aka) Doc from Docs Dawgs in Sonora Ca. . I have a very dear friend here in Tuolumne County that is like a kid Brother to me. His name is Jeffrey Chauvin. Jeff has Cerebral Palsy. He has supported himself all of his adult life and He and his lovely wife Lori for over 35 years who he met in the Watch program as young adults. Lori is handicapped from a car injury as a teenager . They fell in love while both were in the watch program . This was a great love story. Lori was handicapped physically and now at the age of 60, plus is unable to climb the steps to their mobile home, and Jeff, due to his Cerebral palsy and his age is now unable to help her physically. Lori is now in a care facility and Jeff still lives in the trailer in Columbia Ca. Jeff worked at Walmart for many years as a cart handler and later as an overnight custodian before retiring at age 62. Jeff's mobile home is very old and in drastic need of major repair structurally(the floor is rotten and the roof needs major repair and it has severe black mold in the ceiling. This is a very dangerous and unhealthy situation. He can't afford with his limited Social Security income to pay for this. Jeff has worked his tail off for many years when he could have gotten on total govt assistance, but he had way too much pride to go that way. Jeff is not asking for your help. I am for Jeffs sake. He would like to keep living independently as long as he can. He wants to stay put where he does what he loves best (next to his wife) and that is being a Ham radio operator! He can't do that at an assisted living facility! Jeff has enough money coming in to buy groceries and pay bills but nothing for major repairs. This is a wonderful man. During covid Jeff was not allowed to see his wife in her room at the care facility so he would do the next best thing. He on occasion would stand outside her window in the rain and yell to Lori how much he loved her! He would buy teddy bears that talked and play them back at her window and they both would cry. If anyone wants a live example on how to treat your mate Jeff is it! He is her knight in shining armor. He visits her every day and treats her like she is the "Queen of Sheba"! Maybe if we can get the trailer repaired he might even be able to afford some kind of lift to get Lori into their home for visits! If Jeff can't get his trailer in a liveable condition he will be forced into assisted living or a care facility and he (in his words) sure as heck isn't ready for that! I hope and pray that won't ever happen to this man who is doing everything he can to stay where he is and live life to the fullest. Please help this wonderfull human being! Thanks for reading this and God Bless you all! Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukah and Happy New Year from my heart to yours!
Winter storm brings rare snowfall to East Bay with more expected
OAKLAND, Calif. - For the first time in his life, Jonas Weldon got to see snow fall, something he’s never done having grown up in Oakland."My mom comes out of her room and says, ‘Jonas, look outside. It’s snowing!’" he said. "You could really see the snowflakes coming down and then after a little while it started covering the street and our car."Their home on Skyline Bo...
OAKLAND, Calif. - For the first time in his life, Jonas Weldon got to see snow fall, something he’s never done having grown up in Oakland.
"My mom comes out of her room and says, ‘Jonas, look outside. It’s snowing!’" he said. "You could really see the snowflakes coming down and then after a little while it started covering the street and our car."
Their home on Skyline Boulevard was just one spot in the Bay Area that experienced snow, amid a unique winter storm.
A blast of arctic air mixing with moisture off the Pacific Ocean created a perfect recipe for several people in the East Bay hills to capture what looked like a winter wonderland.
The snow began to fall just before 8 a.m. Thursday and didn’t stick long on the ground before melting away.
"I put it on my palms to see what it felt like. It was just beautiful," Weldon said. "I wish it stuck around for longer."
The National Weather Service said it was the result of Canadian air plunging southward right along the California coast causing the snow and wintery mix to occur. And it's expected to happen again by Friday morning.
"It’s relatively rare," said Ben Garcia with the NWS. "It’s not like we don’t ever see it. But it’s probably more of a once a decade type thing that snow would actually stick up in the Oakland or Berkeley hills."
Garcia said the last time there was a dusting of snowfall was in 2019, in the Berkeley Hills.
"If it wasn’t cold, we’d be talking about widespread rain across the area," he said. "We fully expect up in the hills around the area to have fully stuck snow [Friday]."
Thursday’s snow came as a surprise to many of those people living below 1,000 feet in elevation.
"It’s not something I expected to see," said John Vantine who moved to Oakland several years ago. "It’s a little bit concerning but also a bit nostalgic. It reminds me of growing up on the East Coast."
Vantine was out for a run with a friend in Redwood Park in Oakland when he noticed the snow starting to fall. He took out his phone and started recording.
"It was cold but didn’t feel cold enough for snow," he said. "We got back to the parking lot and it just started coming down. I couldn’t believe it!"
Further east, it wasn’t quite snowman-making weather on Mt. Diablo, where most of the snow didn’t stick. But the frosty roads and ice-covered trees brought adventure-seekers to the summit to see and feel the elements.
"It’s cold out here! Snowing in Cali, that’s something you don’t see very much," said one visitor who drove to the peak from Alamo.
"No snowballs, but there were flurries," said Desmond Pavlac, from Martinez. "Definitely felt a chill."
Pavlac and his 5-year-old daughter Charlotte drove up the long windy road, hoping to see some snow. Pavlac said it was still exciting to experience this rare winter storm. They watched the clouds pass by from inside their vehicle, to stay warm.
"We’re drinking hot chocolate. I brought the camp stove up with me. We cooked it up in the back of the 4-Runner.
"I think it’s beautiful," said Miguel Lorenzo when he saw the snowy trees at the summit. Lorenzo and his friends took pictures and enjoyed the winter weather, even if they weren’t dressed for it. Lorenzo wore sandals and didn’t bring a jacket. He said he came straight from work when he saw the dusting on the mountain from a distance.
"We were working in Walnut Creek. And we saw at lunchtime it was snowing. And so we came here after work. We’re having fun!"
Forecasters expect round two to move in overnight Thursday, blanketing the East Bay hills by Friday morning. More significant accumulations are expected in higher elevations.
KTVU's Elissa Harrington contributed to this story.
Flood Watch in effect for some areas in Kern County due to Hurricane Hilary
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KERN COUNTY, Calif. (KERO) — The National Weather Service (NWS) announced that it has declared a Flood Watch for some areas in Kern County due to incoming Hurricane Hilary.
According to the Kern County Fire Department, the NWS declared the Flood Watch "due to predicted forecasts of excessive rainfall" from the hurricane, which is moving north towards Central California. The Flood Watch is in effect from 11 p.m. on Sat, Aug 19 to 11 p.m. on Mon, Aug 21.
Atmospheric moisture associated with Hurricane Hilary will move northward into Central California late this weekend into early next week, resulting in the possibility of excessive rainfall and flooding. A Flood Watch remains in effect from 11 PM Saturday until 11 PM Monday. #CAwx pic.twitter.com/2W6wKz61FG— NWS Hanford (@NWSHanford) August 18, 2023
"Now it's important to know that, currently, it is a Category 4 Hurricane off of the coast of Baja Mexico," said 23ABC meteorologist Bryan Gallo. "When it makes landfall on Sunday, it will be a tropical storm. [It's] a strong storm, but not a hurricane. Anticipate 40-plus-mile-an-hour sustained winds and minimum 1.5 inches of rain here on the valley floor."
Areas of Kern County affected by the Flood Watch include but are not limited to Kernville, Lake Isabella, Weldon, Onyx, Ridgecrest, Kelso Valley, Randsburg, California City, Johannesburg, California City, Mojave, Tehachapi, and Rosamond.
According to the KCFD, excessive runoff from the hurricane may possibly result in flooding near "low-lying and flood-prone locations," such as rivers, streams, and creeks. Flooding may also take place in urban areas with poor drainage systems.
The KCFD suggests the public monitors weather forecasts. The KCFD also suggests that homeowners prepare their homes for nuisance water, sandbag doors and garages, prepare emergency kits, stock up on nonperishable food items, fill generators and propane tanks, keep all electronics charged, fill all vehicles with gas, and identify escape routes and refuge areas.
The KCFD would also like to remind the public to not walk or drive through flood waters. "Turn around, don't drown," they said in a press release. According to the KCFD, "a vehicle caught in swiftly moving water can be swept away in seconds. 12 inches of water can float a car or small SUV, 18 inches of water can carry away large vehicles."