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More Scrapbooking!

Yep, I opted to do more scrapbooking today. I've been going through my stuff, re-organizing and did a few pages.Now I'm just waiting for the hubby and kids to get home from Senior Day at K-State. They didn't get out until after 3, so they should be home soon.

I love animals, I truly do - but our 3 cats and dog have been driving me crazy since I've been home by myself for 2 days. Cinnamon - our big baby Chow/Husky, has been in the house the last 2 nights because of the wind. She has ear problems occasionally, so really strong wind bothers her. Anyway, getting up in the middle of the night and letting her out, letting her in, letting her out (you get the picture) makes me feel like I have a baby again! The outdoor cat, Sugar, has been all over me any time I go outside. She even tries to bite my toes. Weird! Abby - she has taken to springing out into the garage whenever you open the door. Not a good thing if Sugar happens to be in the garage. When she did it this afternoon right before I went to the grocery store, I just left her out there. The door was closed and Sugar was outside, so I figured I'd let her see the "rougher" side of a kitty cat's life! By the time I got home from the store, she shot back in the house! Doubt it will teach her a lesson though. And Muffin - she's been the queen of the pets. No problem! Just a loving, less needy, animal!

Back to work tomorrow - UGH!

Comments

Lenore said…
One cat keeps us busy enough - I can't imagine having any more!
Chris said…
Glad you got some good "me" time, even though you had those pesky animals to take care of. It's sans pets everyday at my house!

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