I got Dobby as a kitten in 2005. Mark got Kimba as a kitten in 2006. They are old and they are beginning to have health issues. The most sane thing we could do would be to leave them in peace until they go to that big litter box in the sky. Continue reading
I last wrote on Monday and so much has happened since then… Continue reading
When I was a kid, my friends and I used to sing a spoof on the National Anthem:
O say can you see any bed bugs on me?
If you can, pick a few, for I got them from you!
When I wrote about Mark being electrocuted last night, we had not yet tried to give Kimba a flea bath. Poor Mark is taking a beating! Continue reading
I don’t have a lot to report, but I do have a few pictures to share… Continue reading
Last week when I went to meet with Liuda for an English lesson, I met her daughter driving her out of the driveway. Liuda had forgotten I was coming. Her daughter had a day off work and had offered to take her to the DMV to get her learner’s permit. Liuda passed! Continue reading
This has to be quick because I need to get to bed, but I talked with Mark this evening and he is in Sturgeon Bay. He’s hooked up to the milk house of a couple from my church there in Sturgeon Bay who invited him to stay on their property for a couple weeks. He says they have horses, goats, and chickens, and the cats are fascinated! He sent me a picture with a joyous message: Continue reading
I spoke with Mark this evening. Here are the highlights of his day: Continue reading
So much to do, so little time! We wanted to go to the Christmas Eve service at church last night, but we were busy doing our last minute shopping and wrapping for each other after spending a day catching up on laundry and trying to get ready for Monday. We wanted to go to the Christmas day service this morning, but we were getting dressed, having breakfast, and opening our presents before going over to my older sister’s house for Christmas dinner. We had to leave her place early to continue getting ready for our big moves tomorrow. Still, we read the Christmas story and listened to “real” Christmas carols about Christ’s birth. It was a good day.