San Antonio House: I spent a week in San Antonio. I trimmed the alley hedge, mowed the lawn, pruned the fig tree, pruned bushes on the side of the house, and pruned the front hedge. I pulled out the pole saw and trimmed branches back from the roof. I used the pole saw to cut most of the hanging limb out of the red oak. It was a productive week.
The Ranch: Wildlife census is complete, and the annual report has been turned in to the county.
The Store: I mowed at the store.
The Detail Shop: Mr. L is evaluating installing LED lighting in the detail shop.
The Shop: Mr. L has been sorting and putting away parts and other things.
The Central TX House: Lawn has been mowed and trimmed. It needs it again.
No, Lady and Zelda aren’t together, but those are the two I’m updating you on today.
Lady has been demanding a lot of attention lately. She just spent several minutes on my lap purring loudly while getting her ears rubbed.
Zelda isn’t letting us near her any more than she has before, but we are amused by how she responds to a can of food. Frequently, lately, we’ll open the back door and she’s sitting on the back steps staring at the door. She’s using her super powers to inspire us to bring her a can of food. She has a long memory, and my insisting on petting her over a year ago while she was eating her Fancy Feast has resulted in her refusing to come near the food bowl while we are within reach of it. But when we step away, she is right there. These cats are going to teach me patience if it’s the last thing they do.
In a bonus note the cat I’m currently calling Black Swirl because I don’t have a name for him yet has been hanging around. I’m reasonably certain he’s a littermate of Nick’s which means he’s another of Zelda’s offspring. He’s a gorgeous cat and looks healthy on the game camera, but he is skittish beyond belief.
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We’re beginning a new month — November. We celebrate American Thanksgiving later this month. Last month, my Canadian friends celebrated, so I have two months focusing on gratitude and thankfulness.
For anyone participating in the MasterKey Experience, we started a new scroll on the first. Scroll 2 opens “I greet this day with love in my heart.” Two years ago, I struggled with this phrase. Last year, I was still uneasy with it. This year, I embrace this scroll.
I’m finally grasping the way to create new habits. Paragraph 5 of the Blueprint Builder is manifesting. I’m catching a glimmer of the value of building relationships, and that love is seeping into my heart.
I continue to learn and improve my life and my relationships with those around me. I’m nowhere near satisfied, but I’m pleased to see progress.
I went out to the side porch this morning to make a video. I hoped Walter might want to be in it, but he wanted nothing to do with video appearances. He was, however, very considerate. Walter is normally very talkative, but while I was making my video, he loafed … Continue reading →
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? Related posts: Cats: What a Month! … Continue reading →
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Daphne spends a lot of time at the top of the tower, but seeing Sapphire on the tower, too, was a treat. Just hanging out for the evening. Save Related posts: Cats: Nothing New To Report Cats: Four on A Tower Cats: Lady and Daphne Cats: Haven for Introverted Cats … Continue reading →
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. Related posts: Cats: We’re … Continue reading →
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 →