I still don't quite believe it. I think I need to start packing the suitcases and create an Excel spread sheet for myself. I just will not feel prepared for this vacation until I have the itinerary in Excel. Hmm, I know there is an app for that but I have it in my head that I' m going to map this all out. Prepping for Disney is not relaxing but I'm hoping being there is. I can't wait to put my mouse ears on and take a deep breath at the happiest place on earth.
Wednesday, April 8, 2015
Tuesday, April 7, 2015
I'm still in a North Face Parker this morning on the train but Spring is here. It's actually been here almost three weeks but it's finally pushing Winter aside and showing it's stuff. The crocuses are out, the daffodils are catching up and I need to handwash all of my winter sweaters and pack them up. We'll not everything is great about Spring.
I'll pay the price of Spring cleaning to enjoy warm days again.
Spring finds us:
Suffering from miserable colds
Prepping for a trip to Disney
Reading lots of mystery books (mysterious since mysteries aren't really our thing or are they?)
Working to cure our local fox of mange
Working on good habits
Loving Stampy Cat
Celebrating Cleo's 1st birthday
Not a bad start.
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Wednesday, February 18, 2015
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Me love you too monkey!
Monday, June 23, 2014
I would ask myself how did this happen but I know it was just a question of odds. You visit the shelter enough to look at the cats and eventually you end up surrendering your credit card instead of the dollars five and leave with a big card board box full of cat and a goody bag with kitty toys and fish treats.
Head to the pet store where you surrender your credit card again to cover the sequined collar, fancy litter box, kitten food, litter and plenty of cat toys. Throw in a new scratching post as a consolation prize for your existing cat. Luckily you still have that five dollar bill in your pocket.
And so Cleopatra (Cleo almost named Pineapple) Moffitt joins a long line of cats who have found their way into our home and lives.
I feel our the first day of summer was like living in a Visa commercial. Price of adopting a kitten and supplies $ 245.00. Look on six year old daughters face when you tell her she can adopt a kitten -priceless.
Sunday, June 22, 2014
Monday, June 16, 2014
Lucky too perhaps, the Ferris Wheel was not working. I had bought the tickets and was all ready to brave the heights of the miniature wheel, but when we got on line, workers were working on the cables. It only took a few minutes of watching these low tech adjustments to steer the little over to the bouncy castles. I'll face my fears another day when the delicate workings are not laid bare.
Happily, bouncy castles and little for engines still pass muster with a six year old and there was a little money left over for an eggplant sandwich.