What A Day

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By Amazmerizing
Lady Luna

Have you ever had too many things going at once? I do all the time!

Just now I’m cleaning the kitchen, puttering around washing a few dishes… had to stop and check the wax melting on the stove to wax up my cheese… oh yeah have to get the counter area and cheeses prepared… oh yeah baby 4 new cheese blocks…

Wash some more bowls and pans up… and stop to put more dishes that are now dry away to make more room… and there’s that fresh plastic jug to rinse out for my water storage… and while I’m at it I just go ahead and fill up my 5 gallon bucket of torn up recycled paper to get the pulp saturated and working…

And there’s those bell peppers still sitting on the counter from yesterday to cut up for the freezer; what a deal on those…mmm later…

And yeah, I gotta get these dishes washed for those bottles so I can bottle up my new batch of apple cider vinegar… and oh no the kitchen compost bucket is full… gotta set it out and let the cat out…

OH No; now I need a new hand towel… and end up throwing a load of towels in the wash…

Now I want to check on my pickled eggs… tweak the brine a little… gotta check my kefir later, too; which I wanna strain out for the whey and soon I will have my next batch of fresh ricotta … oh and my cantaloupe seeds are drying wonderfully; almost done…singing

Yay!!! Halfway done in the kitchen!!!

The cheeses are hardening on the counter and the wax is cooling down on the stove. Went to grab some stuff out of the chest freezer for the taco muffins for tonite.

And that’s only 2 hours of my day!!! Now I need a break! At least long enough to write up this post.

And that my friends is why women are the queens of multitasking.

And how is your day going?


So, I have a tale to tell. We… my husband, my youngest son and myself… had just gotten done with a very busy weekend. It was one of those rounds of errands. We had a long awaited haircut for my teenager. I told the stylist we had came in with a daughter and were leaving with a son. Yes, we had let him experiment. Bad idea! Only problem with boys with long hair is they don’t generally know how to care for it. So it gets stringy and greasy and always looks uncombed. So yes, mama’s happy.

Then we had to hit up Kmart to buy a new backpack for him. The old one was from over a year ago, but he had loved it so much that he wanted to keep it as long as possible. Well then the straps gave out. Time for a new one for sure! Surprisingly the bag itself still looks great!!!

And finally we had an overdue trip to the grocery store. You know the one where you are mentally

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calculating how much money you have budget-wise, with how much you need to get, with how much space you have remaining in the fridge and freezer!

We were all done and packed into the car and heading home at last. Satisfied with the days achievements; I saw a man sitting by the parking lot stop sign, realizing he was one of those panhandler people.

Now, don’t get me wrong, I make no assumptions or judgments about people. Or at least that is what I strive for. But there are those out there who do this as a side “job” I know. And I am often caught in that conundrum of thinking “should I or shouldn’t I” in case he is a junkie or alchie… but then I think well it is possible that he is… but on the other hand its equally possible that he isn’t.

So I usually just have to trust my instincts.

The man at the stopsign held a small cardboard sign. It was written on in big block letters and the words made me think.


Thats what the sign said. So I took a look at him. I saw it in his eyes. He did look hungry. To me he did.

Now, I don’t believe starving is the word for it, and I don’t think most of us here in the USA really have known much of hunger in our lifetimes. And yes, I am aware that locally we have several agencies where he could go, as well as two local food bank co-ops, but maybe he wasn’t local.

And I thought about us being able to go drop a twenty on my sons hair, when we COULD have just whacked it at home, I dunno prolly woulda taken the weedwhacker, but anyways. And then the nice new backpack. And I had picked up some more canning jars as well. I knew I had a good 3/4’s in the gastank for the week. And then I recalled all that fresh food we had just got, and at a good discount at the Grocery Outlet, one of our favorite stores.

So I brought my husbands attention to it. And he said yeah, poor guy! And I said we should maybe give him something. And he said mmmm. And I said we could give him a few of those fresh local organic apples we just got. I only need a few for my apple cider vinegar. Again he said yeah. Then I said, and maybe a few bananas.

Uh oh. Wrong thing to say.

You see, while we were at the stopsign and waiting for traffic and having our discussion and starting down the main road all the while saying how this poor guy was JUST HUNGRY… well my guys were hungry too!!!

Poor things… we were rushing home to get a late lunch. And I don’t know about your men, but my boys get GRUMPY!!! So talking about food, and stopping again and making it even longer until they get to eat was just making the situation worse.

Yeah, I get it NOW!!! Not really then. Cuz like I told them… I saw his eyes!!! He looked hungry! And I just kept insisting that! And I stated flatly and factually that there were probably very few people who were willing to humiliate themselves and sit there out in the hot sun and hold that sign with just the ground to sit on UNLESS they were really hungry.

Finally my son said “Never argue with a woman when she’s angry; you just cant win”.

Man, I love that kid. And I wasn’t angry at all. I was just insistent.

So we went maybe half a mile down the road still arguing about it all the way until I finally stopped and told my husband to jump back there, grab a bag, throw a few apples and bananas in it, along with a few dollar bills, and we will whip back over and just hand it out the window.

And he said “yes! Lets do it!”

So thats what we did. No I didnt want to see the gratitude from the man. I didnt need his thanks. I whipped around, did a quick “U’ ee” (how do ya spell that???) and let my husband hand him the bag from the passenger side.

As we drove away, I felt so much better, and not for the normal reasons. Just because I had let my convictions rule my actions. I did what I felt was right and necessary in the situation.

Now I see that I was also clearly being an excellent role model for my son. Even to the point of fighting with my whole family, I still managed to firmly and quietly get the point across.

After all, I told them… we all live in this world together. My Momma told me you gotta feed hungry people. And he was just hungry.

The Easy Way to Track a Cell Phone or Even to Track an Automobile


Thanks for the great post! Tons of useful information. I love how you told about the problem and your solutions… kudos! The prey sounds like a great app… definately looking into it for my sons laptop and cell… also think the instaboost sounds fabulous… going to that website now! Namaste!

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Do you want to add cell phone tracking to your phone for theft protection? That is easy to do with several different apps available for iPhones and Android phones. The app I installed recently is available free of charge. If the phone is lost or stolen, I can open a web browser on any computer and see where the phone is at this moment. I can then call the police and tell them precisely where the phone is located. It even works when the phone is not stolen but simply lost when it slipped down between the cushions in the living room couch. Even better, from my web browser I can lock the phone, erase all personal data on the phone, make the phone sound an alarm, and even display a message on the phone’s screen. Not bad for a free app!

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Green Truck
  1. People tailgating!

  2. Not lowering hi-beams at night.

  3. When your in the fast lane and want to move over but that one vehicle zooms up behind on the other side so quick it almost sideswipes 3 cars, including yours!!!

  4. In between 2 semi trucks, as well as following one and one comes up behind… In a V W Bug!!!

  5. The “you go ahead, … no, you go ahead” thing.

  6. The never ending redlight. Conversely, the one and a half second light.

  7. Cars that think parking lots are freeways.

  8. Nobody ever slows for bad weather or construction.

  9. Slow crawl whenever any police car is spotted.

  10. Taking up 2 parking spots. Also parking too close to other car doors.

Trip to Grocery Outlet on 4 19/15

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By Amazmerizing

How (and why) I grocery shop!

Spent $154.80
Saved $212.38 (According to their calculations comparing their prices with other popular retail pricing)

Cereal… full size boxes off brands but brands we know even some that are bonus sizes (like extra 20% free) 10 boxes between 1.59 and 1.99 each total $19.10 such a good price and sometimes the teenagers wont eat anything else 3 box marshmallow charms; 2 box frosty flakes; 1 box frosted mini wheat; 2 box apple jacks (Name brand); and 2 box hunny nut cheerios… SCORE!!!

Beef and cheese flour taquitos El Monterey 28 oz. 20 pack frozen $2.99 (hubbs and son love em esp w fresh guacamole… oh yep!)

California blend deluxe veg 5 lb frozen $5.99 (same price as walmart idk like broccoli carrots cauli) throw em in soup, stew, stirfry etc!

Mixed frozen bagged vegetables 2 @ .99 each total $1.98 ( the lazy days ;)

Fresh green and red bell peppers 8 @ 2/1.00 total $4.00 (use these in everything… slice, cube, ring em up etc. and freeze straight or saute fresh or stuff em or???)

1- 3 pk romaine hearts lettuce $2.69 ( my fave) gotta have my fresh green salads 2 or 3 x’s a week.

Young fresh green onions 2 bunches $1.00 (gonna grow these out).

Soft fresh Galbani Italian mozzarella cryovac in whey 8 oz each 9 @ 3/1.00 total $3.00 (…what the??? such a deal!!! took em home, drained off and saved the whey (whoohoo) and made up 3 quarts mozzarella in oil… YOWZA! What a deal!)

Young asparagus fresh 2 -1lb bundles @ 2/3.00 total $3.00 (YUMMZ!)

Splurge 1.25 gallon McColl’s strawberry swirl ice cream tub $5.99 (the boys’ fave)

Mexican organic heirloom grape tomato medley 2/$4.00 total $4.00

Mexican organic cherry tomato 2.00 (these are the small bubble packs I need to see if I find a distinct difference in flavor from these and the grape tomato)

Margarine blue bonnett 2 lb package 4 @.99 ea. total $3.96 for 8 pounds… heck yeah baby!!! (these are over 2 dollars each everywhere else) gonna make up some more ghee!

All natural Butterball oven roasted turkey breast 8 oz sliced 4 pks @ 1.49 each total $5.96 we love these in paninis and as coldcuts or on omelettes. Great straight from the freezer.

Daily honey bacon ends and pieces $6.49 I usually get a bit of a better deal but it was an extra big pack so I went for it… froze it. Its good, used it many times. Often there are really big meaty chunks of bacon my hubby swoons over. Sometimes I cook up the whole pack and freeze half and pack a mason jar with the rest along with an oxy absorber and it stays lovely in the fridge for weeks! Great on blt’s and over salads and in cheesy broccoli soup…MMMM!!!!

Pillsbury crescent rolls 2pk. 16 ct ea pk 3@$1.49 each total $4.47(can make tons of stuff with these …mmm crescent braid with my homemade ricotta and some o that mozza)

Mini brick kraft colby chedder mild 1lb 2 @1.99 ea total $3.98 (gonna wax these and store and will prolly get 2 more if they have em next time ;)

Cracker barrel x sharp cheddar 2 lbs. (yeah we were completely outta cheese… this is great for shreds and cheese balls and on salads and in cheese sauces and just chunked on toothpix mmm cheesie…) total $4.99

Greek vanilla kefir w honey (live active cultures) 24 oz bottles 2 @ $1.29 ea total $2. 58 with these I should be able to make up at least 3 good quarts from each bottle… mmm probiotic delishUSness!!!

1 pint Tillamook just plain fresh sour cream… prolly for dips and dressings and saucin total $.99.

1 tub plain Tillamook Greek yogurt… gonna separate the whey and get some fresh cream cheese… needed a lil more whey for my next batch o ricotta $1.49.

2 half gallons Silk vanilla almond milk $1.99 ea total $3.98.

2 boxes apricot gelatin… gonna make apricot mousse apple blossom jelly… 2 @ .39 ea total $.78.

Del Monte mango snack fruit cups 4pk 4 @ .99 each total $3.96 the hubby loves his mango!

2 bottles spicy brown mustard …cuz its good @ 99 each total $1.98

Cara Mia Marinated artichoke hearts…I FREEK’in love these things… 6 jars 6.5 oz each @$1.49 each $8.94.

fresh guatemala cantaloupe 2@ 2/5 total $5.00 made up some cantaloupe liqueur… gonna take way too long but so worth it!!!

Ripe avacados 6 @ 2/1 total $3.00 …we gotta have em!!!

Bagged sugar snap peas…yup an addiction too…of mine! $2.99

Fresh whole milk 2 gallons @ $2.79 ea total $5.58 (wow the price went down)

2 packs 18 medium eggs @ 1.99 each total $3.98 (flimsy cartons but I have saved good cartons at home… easy switch)

4-33oz (1 liter) clear swing-top (a.k.a. Grolsch ) bottles… of Cucina extra virgin olive oil 2 @ 6.99 each total 13.98 and Cucina balsamic vinegar 2 @ 4.99 ea total 9.98 These are a high value item for me because I use lots of both things, and the specialty bottles can be used for my homemade acv or sodas or oil infusions or ferments etc. BONUS!!!

Spent $154.80
Saved $212.38 (According to their calculations comparing their prices with other popular retail pricing)

Now I’m off… chicken en mole with my fresh green salad for dinner!

My comparisons in upcoming update!

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3000+ Following on Pinterest

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By Amazmerizing
Lady Nona Luna

Wow! The fact of making it to over THREE THOUSAND followers on Pinterest makes me almost giddy.
That’s quite an achievement even if I must say so myself. For those regular followers out there you all know I just really love my Pinterest. It is definitely one of my most favorite websites.

Yup, Pinterest easily trumps out Yahoo, Craigslist, Facebook and Twitter, Scrapbookflair, Hubpages, even Google and Myspace.

I do have to say though that Pinterest is only barely ahead of my beloved YouTube. Those DIY tutorials on there really cant be beat.

But still…it was a long process. And I was watching too. And waiting. And getting more and more impatient… until that super magical moment when I logged into my account and saw plain as day 3002 followers!!!

OHhhhh YEAhhhhh!!! Suh-WEET!!!


…From a forum on mushrooms…

The average age of the world’s greatest civilizations from the beginning of history has been about 200 years. During those 200 years, these nations always progressed through the following sequence:

From bondage to spiritual faith;
From spiritual faith to great courage;
From courage to liberty;
From liberty to abundance;
From abundance to selfishness;
From selfishness to complacency;
From complacency to apathy;
From apathy to dependence;
From dependence back into bondage.

Deep Waters

creek water

The first look into your eyes was the fall
To fall into them and swim
In the warm sweet waters.

Not the gentle bump of the clear window
Or the harsh wall of rebuke
Just a vast open ocean.

To surround me with no sound
But the cool breeze and gentle waves
The deep brown waters of love.

To look was to swim
And to swim with no fear
For there was I with no safety net.

Just an unknown body of water
Beckoning me, calling me, falling into
The deep waters!





My husband was out of town. The housework got a little backed up. It finally got to me. So I tackled it with gusto. Mainly the kitchen of course. It was so satisfying to see the end of the dishes… and I smiled feeling pleased with myself as I released the stopper to drain the sink…and went to switch the laundry. When I came back into the kitchen I was annoyed to see the water was still standing in the sink.

So I tackled it in my normal “hubby’s not home to fix it” fashion. I ran hot water into the still standing water… squirted in a few squirts of soap to release it… if it was a grease clog 8 out of 10 times this works.

A Half hour later checked and it was still clogged. Ran the hot water trick again… some have taken several tries. Now I was in full-on Powderpuff Plumber mode!!! That’s what I call my girlie approach to any issue I am not real familiar with… technically.

When I found the sink was being especially stubborn, I went for my next tool of the trade… so to speak. I went to the bottle of bleach. Usually this works really well to break up super stubborn clogs… just pour a cup or 2 down the drain and wait an hour or two before trying the hot water again. Unfortunately my son didn’t know I had a clog in the sink and so he ran some cold water into it. The trouble I have in my kitchen is I have a double sink, with only one drain… and its an old farmhouse. Yes plumbing is ever an issue.

So when the bleach failed as well I was not impressed. I decided maybe I had been tackling the wrong sink. So I repeated the aforementioned steps in the other side. Still clogged up, but I did manage to get it going at a slow drain. So each time I tried something else I had to wait awhile so the water could drain out.

Then I went for the plunger. The plunger I have is a black one with the extra pop down and it works real well for me. I plunged and ran hot water and squirted dish soap alternately about 3 sinkfuls, drain/ fill/ plunge/ drain/ fill/ plunge… And then I saw it… those MAGICAL tiny bubbles seeping up… so I plunged again… more bubbles and bigger… plunged again and lo….yes we have DRAINAGE!!!!!!!!


Ran the hot water into BOTH sides with more dish soap… and will continue to do so periodically throughout the day.

How much do you think I saved off a so-called Professional Plumber??? One hundred? More like 2 or 300 right?

You Go, PowderPuff Girl!!!

Field Notes: BlogHer PRO 2014

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Automatticians, the people who build WordPress.com, participate in events and projects around the world every day. Periodically, they report back on the exciting things they do when not in front of a computer — from talking about making great products to using design to tackle social challenges.

Recently, Story Wrangler Cheri Lucas Rowlands and Happiness Engineers Carolyn Sonnek, Deborah Beckett, and Jen Hooks attended the third annual BlogHer PRO ’14 conference, an event for professionally minded bloggers looking to take their blogs, brands, and businesses to the next level.

A conference is a great way to dive deeper into your passion of blogging. You invest in specific skills you want to hone and get inspired by big ideas, and also take a break from that glowing screen. It’s fun to immerse yourself in an inspiring setting where avatars become faces and Twitter handles become real people.

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DIY homemade modeling paste easy and cheap

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I am very excited because I have been playing around with homemade modeling paste.  It is quite fun to use stencils and slather on some white paste on a collage page and lift off the stencil and see the magical white impressions on the page.  I got this home made recipe from a video by gauchealchemy on you tube.  It works great and it saves soooo much money to make it yourself.  So here is the recipe ( you can also look up the video if you want to see it made)

one air tight container

one part white acrylic paint

one part talc powder baby powder ( $1 at the dollar store)

1/2 part white glue or mod  podge ( this is what I used)  It will end up with the consistency of frosting ( do not eat it lol)

stir a lot ….. put stencil down on heavy…

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This will inform you about the fabulous practice I have recently started called sprouting. What is it? How is it done? Why would you want to do it? I will explain all of this and more. Read on!~

Have you ever eaten any fresh sprouts; such as alfafa and bean sprouts? These are just the ones people seem to be the most familiar with. It is a way to grow your own sprouts such as these and many many more. AND it is so cheap, easy, and fast you won’t believe noone has shown you this before!

First of all it is so much simpler than like 98% of the DIY projects I get roped into trying. This alone makes it a winner in my book!

And no strange chemicals. And so good for you. Healthy and 100% organic!!! Yeah, I know whats in there!!! SPROUTS!!! Is there a down side??? I don’t think so! Read the whole thing through before you start and you will be ready!

People may tell you to get specialized equipment and follow charts and use special additives. Well I have had super success, and even on my very first try I got a great crop of beautiful red bean sprouts and lentil sprouts. I gotta tell ya even my super picky teen son ate one… and kept on asking for another and another. I was over the moon. Yeah!!! My first try!!!

Theres only about 3 or 4 steps, in my opinion that you should focus on. And other than that you just have to figure out how to sprout the ones you like best. What can you sprout in this manner? I think most dry nuts, beans, and seeds. Although I’m not positive. There are charts available all over the web. But again I would say it depends on how long you want to sprout them for the flavor you like. And different sprouts grow at different rates.

Honestly, I just jumped in… and never looked back.

  1. Get a clean Quart sized (at least) jar with a lid. If you dont have a Mason jar with a ring an old pickle or mayo jar will suffice. You will need something porous to cover the jar opening yet still let air in. I have seen a piece of clean screening cut to size. I suppose I can just put pinholes through a Mason jar lid… I used a new paper dishcloth and just cut it to cover the opening and secured it closed with the ring. A layer or 2 of paper towels may work or plastic wrap or ziplock or wax paper with some pinholes for air. Did I mention cheap?
  2. Find and wash and sort your dried beans, nuts, seeds, etc. Rinse them well and sort through removing any rocks or malformed or bad ones. Be sure to do this step, as they can contaminate the developing sprouts. I never got mold but I have heard several others did. Most take a few tablespoons full. I used 1 measuring cup of dried red beans for a full Quart of sprouts in 5 days. I also used a quarter of a cup of lentils on my first try, as I was assured they were fast and super easy. Also I had some.

  3. Put the prepared sproutees into the clean Mason or other jar and cover completely plus 2 or 3 inches of water. Use your regular drinking water, it’s great!!! Put your lid on, again make sure the sproutees will be able to get and expel air… that’s what makes them grow. Soak sproutees overnight, 6 to 8 hours is normal. Yeah it is real hard to do… but hang on!

NOTE: Some people add things to the water here at this stage. I did not. However I may add a few tablespoons of lemon or vinegar to the water in the future if I plan on sprouting things for several weeks. Just mainly to retard the growth of mold.

4.In the morning, don’t remove the lid but just let the water sieve through it, pouring it out, and rinse the sproutees. Rinse several times to be sure they are well rinsed and re-saturated. Then drain the water all back out, leaving the jar with the sproutees, and no water. Place them propped on a downward angle till the evening, out of the sun.

  1. I lied… theres 5 steps. Repeat step 4. Reprop until morning.
  • Again, I’m a liar. Repeat step 4 the next morning.

  • Why do you believe me? I said I am a liar. Step 4 in the evening.

  • Step 4 morning, step 4 evening.

  • Continue. You will see sprouts very quickly.

  • Final rinse after the sprouts are fully developed, leggy and fancy tails, and green new SPROUTS!!! Yes, you did it!!! I know, sweated that one!

  • And thats pretty much it! It costs like 1.50 for a pound of beans. How much is a cup? Maybe 25 cents? How much do alfalfa sprouts cost? UM… more than that. And the amount you get… A quart jar versus a small 4 oz. container… well, I’m over that!

    So what do we do with our new sprouts??? Salads. Snackin. Stir fry… any other things that start with “s” seem to work for me… smoothies and soups and…..

    There are some great charts and further tips, diy’s etc on my Pinterest boards

    Next I want to try soybeans. I saw a great youtube video.


    I’ve Been anxiously awaiting the magical milestone of reaching one thousand followers on my Pinterest account.

    I just love this site. It has so many things… I never get bored or frustrated with it. It is one of the best and easiest websites to use online. It also works fabulously on my tablet PC… BONUS!!!

    As of a few moments ago I almost got there. 



    We wanna have a Pinterest party. Where everything is stuff I have found on Pinterest. I plan on making a crescent braid. It will be so YUMMZ!!!

    UPDATE: YAYYYYyyyyy Got 1,013 as of a moment ago WHOOT WHOOT!!! Thanks guys… I guess everyone likes Pinterest!!! I have such a pinteresting feeling!!! ;)

    PNSN Recent Events | Pacific Northwest Seismic Network

    PNSN Recent Events | Pacific Northwest Seismic Network.

    Thursday May 15, 2014
    Im pretty sure this must be what woke me at 3:30 this morning (or last night) It was freaky.

    My slumber was definately interrupted. At first I didnt know why. But then I felt it. A little shimmy. Then another. Then a longer one which lasted several seconds. It is scary to have naturally occuring phenomena we have absolutely no control over. I wonder if anyone else felt it?

    4 big reasons you look fat in photographs.


    OMG You just have to read this photography post…

    Originally posted on The Haute Girl:

    4 Big Reasons You look FAT in Photographs

    Update: You know how you read buzz feed or something like that and there is this really shocking title, but when you go to read it its nothing about what you thought it was going to be? and it ticks you off? Well this article is not like that, but the title is like that for a reason. It’s what brought you to read this today. I had some unsavory comments about people not liking that I used the word fat, or upset that I would use this word in a negative context. Just to be honest – a man responded to this article saying ” or start working out and don’t be fat ” Ouch. I don’t think anyone wants to be called that, and nor have I been ever called fat as a compliment ( maybe P-H-A-T ;) ) In any event, this article is about looking your most…

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    My second son is living in Nevada with his new young wife and they have been so worried they would not be able to have a child. At least thats what they told me back in 2009 when I went down there for vacation.

    Well they are about 7 months along now and we are all getting so excited. This will be my second “official” grandson. Well that is what they all keep telling me.

    What I mean by that is I have 6 more that are not technically related by blood but so way mine by marraige. And love!!!

    She has asked me to come down and stay for the end at least… and it is so hot there. I’m quite worried for them. The big day is said to be JULY 11th until we get the ultrasound results.

    Hopefully all goes well. Say some prayers for us if you got any! ;)





    There she is hiding up there... 5 stars if you can find her ;)

    There she is hiding up there… 5 stars if you can find her ;)


    Well thats about the size of it…

    No, really… I think it’s true. You see, for awhile when she was young no other cats came around… And then she “blossomed” and overnight there were guys all over the place! Man we had a new guy over here at least once a week.

    Then for awhile there was just one…he was a gorgeous boy too! All fluffy and gunmetal grey. He was so timid though; we think he was abused…


    Well my cat fairly “tolerated” him although truth be told she’s not one to be up for much company… She is a blue-eyed Snowshoe Siamese which is famous for being temperamental. And boy is she ever.. and she don’t even like us…much. Even though I am her so-called favorite…my scratches and various snubs and abuses belie that fact.

    So now when guys come around she knows what to do if she don’t like them. But recently I have had my suspicions that all is not well in the cat world. So I have kept my eyes open. Sure enough there are many new faces wandering around… and some definately don’t wanna take no for an answer. One young boy in particular has my girl hissin at him!!! And thats from upon her queenly perch above us all on her apple tree branch…

    You would think he would get the hint and stay away… but no… Time and time again I chased him away only to see him back later on.

    So now I keep callin my baby and shes a no show.. but not like normal… but for like hours!!! Well so naturally I am worried shes been taken hostage by that boy. Why oh why do girls always go for the bad boys???

    And where do we go to get our kits outta the cat prostitute union??? Hey, has anyone got that number???



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