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Certainty is Not Biologically Justifiable. I’m Sure About That.

Pattie’s comment to my last post springs from our musings about Mystery on the one hand and, on the other, the up- and down-sides of Certainty. For an advance hint of which side I favor, let me describe a cartoon … Continue reading

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Only a Matter of Time

It has come to this.  Just five days into the life of this blog, we have arrived at the inevitable, the perennial issue of mothers and children — raised in yesterday’s post re Kevin’s website and Darla’s comment.  I suppose … Continue reading

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Don’t Try This At Home

My heart thus lightened by empathy dawning, the compassionate universe also led me to Kevin Richardson’s book PART OF THE PRIDE.  This guy describes trauma experiences similar to mine with young Bugs, except the claws he writes about are attached … Continue reading

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Tinkering With the Ecosystem

So instead of the shelter, it was a beeline to the corner pet store. First question:  Boy or girl?  Pet-Guy Sherlock lifted up the walking ecosystem that was Cat and deduced:  No tackle, therefore girl.  (So much for logical reasoning.  … Continue reading

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One Year Ago

To this very day – that’s when Bugs showed up. It was the Thanksgiving weekend.  Saturday, November 28, 2009.  One year ago, to this very date. It was the second anniversary of the death of a friend from ALS.  I’d … Continue reading

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Who We Are

So we can begin this conversation properly introduced. The Cat is the personage you see up there in the masthead.  Here’s another pic right here.  The name is Monsieur Bougarabou O. Hooligan, “Bugs” to you. painting by the magnificent Ouida … Continue reading

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