Monthly Archives: January 2014

Silence!

After yesterday’s rant about blather, several readers counseled silence.  At your service, I aim only to oblige.  And anyway it was up to 66 F. today.  So it seemed the ideal time to seek out the local lake and meditate … Continue reading

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“The Little Wretches Are Out Of Temper”

Not the cats.  The cats are in temper.  Thank Bast for that. No.  I’m talking about words.  Words!  Those “little wretches.” I don’t know about you.  I have become absolute-zero intolerant of the shitstorm of words that surrounds us these … Continue reading

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Contentment Continued

A sunny Caturday.  Barney more back to normal. At rest, he likes his paws to be pushing up against something.  I like the fur growing back on his leg.  And the sweep and drama of that ear-curl.  Ear “furnishing,” I … Continue reading

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Contentment

Regular readers may have noticed that “contentment” and this blog just don’t seem to go together much.  Of all the things you could say about the life on which this blog reports, contentment just doesn’t spring to the forefront. So … Continue reading

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Medical Watch

Hello friends.  Coming to you after Barney’s sutures have been removed and we have been liberated from Base Camp Tenement Prison into the rest of the house hallelujah.  We have some lingering medical issues, about which I would sure appreciate … Continue reading

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Barney’s “Foreign Body”

About the portion of the Da Bird toy that Barney swallowed, the bit that Barney’s medical records refers to as a “foreign body.”  This was the top part of the Da Bird toy that attached to the wand. My beef … Continue reading

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Cat-astrophe Averted At Every Step

Our heartfelt thanks to all of you who have been so generous with your support and love.  You really know how to come through with top-grade empathy.  Try to imagine how grateful I am.  Without your presence, I would have … Continue reading

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