I slept like a rock. I vaguely remember 4:00, but barely. Gizzie was still, cuddled behind my knees all night, and, oddly enough, Toddler Tigger kept himself low key. I'm not even going to analyze all of this. I was grateful for this random solid night of sleep. It will be weeks before I have … Continue reading What a Day!
Babycats have all been fed twice and are all settled in for their morning naps. We don't need Sunday comics anymore. Sitting and having coffee with the lot of them is enough Sunday morning entertainment. I made a single social media connection. It's highly secure, doesn't mine your data, and is ad-free. I hooked up … Continue reading Silent Sunday
Because we have babycats. Gizzie decided the dishes were too empty around 2:00 this morning and let us know we needed to do something about it. He finally found a dish that needed super-cat-cleaning and he went to it. Then I got cuddles and loves and purrs for the rest of the early hours. A … Continue reading Sunday Rest? Not Even!
Gizzie has been my lapcat this afternoon. I couldn't get to the phone fast enough to get an actual lap photo, but he was there! Honest! Now he's lying beside me. Ahhh, Sunday!
The barometric pressure has not improved. It hasn't gotten worse, either. We wait still. The babycats are quietly snoozing after Breakfast No. 3. That won't last. The road construction guys decided it wasn't worth the risk to wait for me to get out the shotgun, so they left just a little while ago. They're done … Continue reading Done for Sunday
It's going to rain before the morning is out. This is not Ida yet. This is Chessie throwing a toddler tantrum. Bay babies. You can't win. Needless to say, the barometric pressure this morning is wonky. So am I. I am also in serious joint pain for this reason. And irritated beyond all ken. I … Continue reading Threatening Weather
I have lived here officially for two years as of yesterday. We live on a hill just west of the bay. It drizzles. It rains mildly when it does rain most times. For some reason we are generally protected from turbulence. Then there's today. Thunderstorms, potential hail. Huge downpours. The weather report shows a 70% … Continue reading A wet day