Hump Bear and Bleak Days

I wanted to kick about two unrelated topics with you this week. Both are of a personal nature. Neither one has anything to do with the other. Here goes... § Hump Bear Marble is our one male cat inside. You can read more about his past here. Being fixed, it would stand to reason that …

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Many Felines / #5

[Many Felines / #1] [Many Felines / #2] [Many Felines / #3] [Many Felines / #4] Charley the Protector and Miss Piggy Clarisse Jake’s and Mama’s second litter included three babies. However, the only one looking like Mama wandered too far and was ultimately ran over less than two blocks away from home. The two …

Many Felines / #3

[Many Felines / #1] [Many Felines / #2] Nutty Fuzzbottom The youngest of our indoor cats was a feral kitten of one of the outdoor cats we used to have visiting the back deck. The mother (known as Mama) disappeared about a year after Nutty’s little half-sister and brother were born. Our guess is that …

Many Felines / #2

[Many Felines / #1] Pretty Boy Marble Marble was originally an outdoor cat--actually a kitten--who lived in a cardboard box with his mom on my mother-in-law’s (referred to as MiL through the rest of this post) back deck. His mother and he were all over that backyard catching mice they used as gifts to show …

Many Felines / #1

I’ve mentioned my cats several times in this blog but I really haven’t told you anything of interest about them. So I thought I’d do a series of posts about them. The idea is that I post a biography of sorts on Saturdays until I’ve written about all of them. § Miya the Merciless Miya …

Weekly Recap 5/2

The week went by at an average pace. There were hours that dragged and others that were so fast, I only got a glimpse of them. The minutes during my writing sessions are started to gain speed This is a good thing. This Last Week If you asked Hubby about working, he’d tell you that …

Weekly Recap 4/11

I thought I was being more productive this last week. With the weather getting warmer, there are things that need to be done in preparation for the hot days to follow. And I don’t want these tasks to override what I’ve been trying to do for so long. It’s a balancing act that I can’t …