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And still Wednesday …

This afternoon took an odd turn. 🐾 🐱 🐾 🐱 🐾 🐱 🐾🐱🐾🐱🐾🐱🐾🐱🐾🐱🐾🐱🐾🐱🐾🐱🐾🐱 After working at the house in town, gardening (in a way), and visiting with passers-by, I came home to put together spaghetti dinner. About 5:30, my cell phone rang, and a friend who walks miles every day had found a cat in … Continue reading

Tuesday …
Life and Pets

Tuesday …

Conversation in the kennel building yesterday: Gary: “Whose little dog is this?” Me: “That’s Alaina and Rick’s”. Gary: “Sure is a cute pup! No wonder they think so much of it.” I wanted to hold that puppy, a French Bulldog X pug hybrid (“Frug”), all day long. Sure tugged at my heart. Her personality matches … Continue reading

Monday …
Life and Pets

Monday …

Mother’s Day was pretty restful and I planted a few flowers in container gardens. The forecast warns of freezing temperatures now. Great. 🙄 Mother’s Day dinner was cooked by the nice folks at Kilin Restaurant, and fetched by Gary. 🥰 I forgot to get a photo, but we had deep fried prawns and beef with … Continue reading

Sunday …
Life and Pets

Sunday …

I couldn’t have said this better: To the moms that are, were, and those that have passed on – often too soon, but will forever be in our hearts. To those that held us, wiped us and made sure we had what we needed even if it wasn’t everything we wanted. To those that chose … Continue reading

Life and Pets

Saturday …

Yesterday was another stellar day: “brilliant” as one of my British friends says. Tilly’s owner dropped her off at precisely her appointment time, and said, “Here’s Furball!” And then, he quips, “But when I get her back, she’s still going to be a big, black, hairy BITCH, I guess!” 😂 I am totally used to … Continue reading

Wednesday …
Life and Pets

Wednesday …

Running start to the day, with Kona’s arrival. That’s a bit of hyperbole; I’m not running anywhere, but choose to be dressed and more or less coherent for some of my favourite people bringing a beloved and pretty dog. Photo later. I have work scheduled, but not an overwhelming amount. In addition to Kona, who … Continue reading