We’re stuck at camp again. They send us here every year. They pretend we’re going to love it, but we don’t. Yes, we have food, water, clean rooms, and attention, but we hate this. How long, oh Lord? How long must we endure this?
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Yesterday, Ruby was on the corner of the bed and very receptive to petting in the morning. She’s been more receptive to attention in recent months. It still has to be in the place and time of her choosing, but she does appear to be mellowing.
San Antonio House: I spent half a week in San Antonio. When I arrived, the grass was tall and green. I mowed, and it’s looking very good. A complete change from last month. I found a few sticks on the ground. One large limb broke off in the Harvey-related storm, … Continue reading →
Walter, except for his proclivity for nipping, is an affectionate cat. We spent a little quality time together this morning on the side porch steps. Delta has been recovering from an injury to her right elbow. It’s been about a week and a half since I noticed her not using … Continue reading →
Essential Rewards has been a great deal for me, so you might not be surprised to learn I think it could be a great deal for you, too. Of course, only you can decide that, but let me give you the information you need to make an informed decision. First, … Continue reading →
If you’ve been reading long, you know the Master Key Experience changed my life. It wasn’t overnight. I used simple tools repetitiously to change my habits and my mental outlook. These tools taught me to guide the changes I made to help me on the journey of becoming the person … Continue reading →
Walter is extra attentive around the first of the month. It’s as if he knows it’s time for his monthly dose of Revolution. Revolution is especially important for outside cats, because it protects them against fleas, heartworms, roundworms, hookworms, and ear mites. All these parasites can make an outdoor kitty’s … Continue reading →
I was checking my credit card statement yesterday. I like to make sure I account for all the charges on the bill. Since I tend to have a lot of charges from Amazon, this was a sticky one. Everything tracked except for one $41.39 charge. I couldn’t find in on … Continue reading →