Tiny Duckies

By Administrator on July 27th, 2014. This post has No Comments »

We had a beautiful Saturday with Mom, Rich, and Tim in Capitola. The Ukulele Klub has a new song. Keeping with our rubber ducky theme we created Tiny Duckies, sung to the tune of Tiny Bubbles. This song includes bonus special effects, created with toy duck calls. Papa Rich did an excellent job enhancing the song with his usual flair. After the ukulele session, we played Rummikub (mom won), and then Tim took us out to Chili’s to celebrate my birthday (still celebrating).





Last weekend, Mom and Rich surprised us by showing up at the Bargetto art and wine festival. I was tickled to see them and had no idea they were coming!



On the home front, I am happy to say that Squiggle is finally inside the house with the rest of the cats. Aside from being a little bit bite-crazy, he is a very kitty and adjusting well to life with the clowder.



In response to me having officially one dozen cats inside the home, my friend gave me a crazy cat lady action figure. Doesn’t she look like me?



Life is good, everyone. Suck it up!

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Is it a purse or a wallet

By Administrator on July 24th, 2014. This post has 1 Comment »

Toys – life’s little mood boosters. Check out my latest addition. Is it a purse? Is it a wallet? What exactly is it?

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CATSWARM

By Administrator on July 23rd, 2014. This post has No Comments »

Urgent emergency alert: cat swarm spotted in downtown Watsonville, near city center. Please remain calm and do NOT attempt to provoke the swarm. We believe the clowder is contained in a small older Victorian home. The following photos were captured by security surveillance cameras inside the home, shortly after 1pm on Wednesday, July 23, 2014. REMAIN CALM. *Please note, these images ARE suitable for all ages*

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The results are in

By Administrator on July 22nd, 2014. This post has No Comments »

The results from my biopsy are in: I have a macadamia nut in my boob! Benign (yay) but I’m going back in six months to see if it’s grown. We’ll have it easily removed in the event it thinks it wants to take center stage and start growing. Here is the video (applause, please) I took thirty seconds after my doctor called me with the results.

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