Thursday, November 26, 2009

Another one bites the dust...Turkey that is.

Thanksgiving usually comes and goes and I'm not a huge fan. I don't overeat, I don't cook, I don't bake, and I don't enjoy the family all the time. WHAT A HUGE BITCH! So for some reason this year I was just happy, not manic happy but not depressed which is really happy in my world these days. I drove to my grammas early to clean her house before the family dinner. This year was no different from the rest with regard to the overeating and cooking but enjoying my family--I did.

When I arrived 4 hours early,I was kinda high from listening to my book on cd in the car (a love story). My gramma was sitting in a rocking chair outside, when she saw me she whispered, "Shhh there is a kittycat there." I gasped, "Yay!" My grandpa proceeded to tell me of this poor 4 month old kittycats unfortunate circumstances. Apparently someone dumped the kitty there and it was starving when they found her. She is so pretty. Grey with short hair that is soft as cashmere, and her eyes are bright yellow. I think I'll call her daisy. The chaos at my grammas house made daisy shy and I wasnt able to catch her but LSBoy promised me he would come meet her Sat. There is no way in hell LSBoy will be able to resist her.

Today I decided I might try to learn LSBoy's language and either surprise him --or never tell him so I can understand his conversations with his mother, I am not sure yet.

I havent started studying yet....and I am starting to panic!

1 comment:

Random Esquire said...

I hope your studying is going well! And Daisy sounds awesome; I'm sure you're right and LSBoy won't be able to resist the little grey ball of fur.

I wanted to come by and thank you for your recent comments. I truly do appreciate it - it's forced me to think more. And I think you have made a really good point.

Please, please don't ever hesitate to tell me when I seem to be making leaps in logic. It would be foolish of me to ever assume I couldn't learn anything from you - and so I think it would be foolish of you to think you have nothing to teach me.