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Sunday, Sep. 25, 2016
Posted Sunday, September 18, at 4:31 PM
Barbie is from a litter of seven. Since two mothers are caring for them, I don't know if they are all together or two separate batches. One left us early and Barbie was brought outside two days ago. she was walking but weak and showed no e=real signs of distress until I picked her up. I could feel the rattle in her chest as she breathed...
Calgon, take me away.
By chance do you remember that advertising campaign? I believe it was in the 70's, maybe 80's as well. It showed a woman, at the end of a particularly rough day wistfully calling on the Calgon bath salts, crystals, powder to soak their troubles away...
With all the talk about health records, should we be looking closer at the Vice Presidential candidates?
There is a lot of chatter about health records and who is healthier. I don't wish ill health on anyone but should we be evaluating what one of the VPs becoming president? They both look normal. I don't see any outward sign of illness, but other than that, I know little about either one...
Dusty and Graham getting some cuddle time
The epidemic continues folks so any one who would like to adopt these guys PLEASE step forward. We have at least 10 new kittens of multi colors outside and I am not sure if the moms are starting to push them off on us. I can handle it if they are mostly weaned and potty trained, but I am not sure they are there yet. A few will "walk into" the food dish and come up with food-face, but I am not convinced so I bring them milk formula...
Are the National Anthem "demonstrations" well placed or off target?
My gut reaction is "way off base". And I still think that, except. I'll explain the except in a minute but first the "way off base". For the original reason stated by the original protestor, this Nation does everything it can to discourage racism, ESPECIALLY in government arenas...
Garden Club monthly meeting this Friday Sept. 9th
Where, When? Always glad you asked. At the Ag Extension office 2105 Midland Rd, Shelbyville starting at 6:30. Fall garden topics will be discussed, seeds and maybe plants swapped or given away (no need to have any of your own) and maybe some more winter squash/pumpkin so you can try one before you try growing them yourself...
So how is it going for Clinton and Trump?
I truly would like to hear from readers since I have been rather successful at keeping the barrage of political news out of my head. In fact, I have done so well that I almost forget this is an election year. Really!
I've been absent. I admit it.
Nothing physically wrong, but I was fed up with politics, it was too darn hot until last night to garden (yes, I went out to harvest, but....), the four kittens are wearing me out, we had family guests for a ew days and business has been unusually demanding...
Garden meeting topics for August 12th, TONIGHT!
The Weed'em and Reap Gardening club meeting is Friday August 12th at the Ag Extension office 2105 Midland Rd, Shelbyville starting at 6:30. Topics will be grape growing in our area, more on weeds that have medicinal or food value and brainstorming of garden issues brought in by attendees...
How about something a little closer to home?
The little I know will fill this sentence about Scott DesJarlais and Grant Starrett so I look forward to opinions on this race. Anyone have personal knowledge of either? Know the truth about the mud being slung? Have an opinion?
Another added to kitty I.C.U. (and another)
I noticed Dusty hanging around away from mom last night and when I picked her up she gave little to no resistance so I felt sure she was sick. I guess I need to get a rectal thermometer but she felt hot compared to the others, so she is now on antibiotics and her own kitty formula. ...
Invasion of the squash.
It was expected and here they come. After holding off the Johnson grass for half a season, I gave up weeding and am now letting the runners exit the grass to take over the lawn. Pictured are some of the varieties, all winter except the last: Red Kuri Hokkaido...
DNC Convention. Now the National Democrats have their days!
Yes, I was intentional with that headline. Many of the local "Democrats" vote Republican Nationally and vice-versa, many National Republicans vote Democratic when it comes to local offices. I have to admit this one is starting with some interesting stuff. The supposedly neutral National Convention is not so neutral and Russia now wanting to help Trump? Has Hollywood written this script? Is there a pattern with emails here? Should we go back to paper?...
Continuing saga of Snowflake and Grahmi and.... another.
Not sure if the Grahmi name will stick but after I realized that Graham was not a boy, we had to alter things a bit. That is how one of our black cats became a Sammy instead of Samantha. It may seem strange that someone who handles as many cats as we do that we don't recognize boy from girl right away but it does not mater to us at first and we do not do a close up analysis until later...
Weed'em & Reap "The Social" (garden club) this coming Friday
According to ChefGrape "It's final, this coming Friday July 22nd at 6:30 pm will be our next "Social" and it will be at the "El Mexico Restaurant" on Madison st." in beautiful Shelbyville TN. If you want to RSVP or learn more, or join our FaceBook group, or.... well, here is the link https://www.facebook.com/groups/Weede.and.Reap/...
OK the Republican convention is now in full swing so....
No, I am not watching it, nor will I watch the Democratic convention. I have enough reasons to get a queasy stomach without encouraging it by watching political rallies of any kind. But, I am sure you folks have opinions and without really trying I have already read some of them and I could not help but be amazed more at the pundits than any words spoken by political candidates...
What can be said. France, you are in our prayers.
Lord hear our prayers to comfort those in France who have suffered and lost to fanatics who prey on the innocents. Give us the answer to stop this insanity, while maintaining our humanity.
These two were in the process of being abandoned by their new mothers. I am not sure if they have the same mamma but they were in the same proximity and no more than a few days apart although one is a half-time bigger. But the bigger one is also healthier and the white one (Snowflake) seemed to have been abandoned because of health issues. I cleaned her up once yesterday and returned her to the group of mothers but found her again on a high shelf in the garage and no one around...
Where was this man during the Republican selection process? Dr. Ben Carson
I know he was running, but the clips I saw in the press were less than flattering, less than the energetic, articulate man I see here. THIS Dr. Ben Carson should have won the nomination. https://www.facebook.com/RunBenRun.org/videos/1174760479252847/...
Meanderings but mainly of the feline kind.
I have not posted one of my meandering blogs for a while and this morning seemed like a good time. Do you like taking showers? I was lucky enough to take two within about an hour's time. Walking outside is good enough to cause that (how did we live for fours years without AC) but this morning after my morning shower I fed the cats. One in particular was missing from the outside clan so when I heard meowing about 50 yards into the woods I had to check it out...
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So how is it going for Clinton and Trump?
Calgon, take me away.