Monday, October 15, 2018

We're Baacckkkkk

Well, I am. The cats went to the vet today to be boarded because it got too hot.
BUT as we now have power - Praise God! - they get to sleep at home tonight.

Five days without power. Narrowly avoided the fate of Panama City, Marianna and Mexico Beach.
I am beyond tired. The entire experience wasn't horrible, but the bad parts were very, very bad. Without power and a way to really communicate with the outside world, I felt very disconnected, as though I'd lost me. I really wanted my life back.

By the way, those lists they print before a big bad event is coming - what to get - GET IT.
Get more than you think you would need. Some day will be the one where you really do need it.

I missed my blogging friends. I'm glad to be back.


PS: Toby saw MONSTERS! He can't wait to meow all the details later this week.

Friday, October 12, 2018

Quick Update.

We're ok. No power, could be a week. Michael made a huge mess of our City of Trees. Nearly everyone without power.

Concerned about overheating cats. Today and tomorrow, cool weather. Sunday heats up again.

Wednesday, October 10, 2018

Waiting on a Hurricane



Wednesday at 4:49 am

Michael is due to make landfall this afternoon. Currently it's expected to be a Cat. 4 when it does come ashore. Even at this point, there are still a lot of variables that will affect exactly what happens in my area.

All kinds of words are being tossed around: monstrous, historic, etc. etc. They said much the same of Irma last year about this time. I've done all I can and now there is just the waiting, waiting, waiting. I'm very much like my cats - I like my routine, and would much rather be going to work tomorrow instead of doing this waiting.

Since I have done all I can, I'm starting to wear out on the news reports. It's increasing my anxiety without giving me any more options or resources. It's in God's hands now.

See you soon!!!!

Monday, October 8, 2018

Monday, Monday!!


As you can see, we are relaxing on this Monday, but mom is a bit tense. Apparently there is a hurricane brewing, Michael. Coming straight for us here at Tallahassee.

Or maybe it will land at Pensacola or Panama City. If so, that's the best case for us, but then it sucks to be them. It's very hard to wish a storm goes elsewhere, because we don't want to see anyone get hurt. But we really really don't want it here.

Anyway, we may be missing for a few days starting Wednesday, and if so, the power outage will be why. Please keep your paws crossed for anyone caught in the path.

Thursday, October 4, 2018

A Very Special Review!

We've reviewed a number of things here on our blog, 
but today's review kicks litter dust over all of them!


Presenting.... 

Oh, and her mom Ellen helped just a bit too, we hear.

This book has EVERYTHING. 

A dramatic beginning,


 a nail-biter middle, 
and the big question of will they or won't they, 


and finally, the heartwarming ending.

It also has gorgeous and talented illustrations, too. We were very impressed by those.

Prancie, you told your story so well! 

This book can be found at Amazon, among other places.

Just in time for Chrissymouse gifts, too.

Friday, September 21, 2018

The Case of the Airplane Ears


Dear furriends,

Last night mom saw my ear innards were looking a little... well... grungy. I tried to tell her I was cool with it and to leave them alone, ok? 

Yeah. You already know how that story turned out.

After, I had the WORST case of airplane ears! So I got on the bed to recover, after a good head shake. Mom asked if I wanted to snuggle. I was torn.... I mean, she did this to me, but she's also the one who makes me feel better. So after I changed my mind a couple of times, we did settle down for some quality time.

Still. All is NOT forgiven! 



PS: baby orange Graham from Tails from the Foster Kittens is having difficulty right now. Please visit... kitty blog.net. 

Tuesday, September 18, 2018

Meowwy Tuesday

Mom wanted to post something funny she saw on an online t-shirt, and we wanted to sleep, so we told her to go for it.


 In my defense, the moon was full 
and I was left unsupervised.


PS: kittehs, never let your peeps be unsupervised!