She certainly has plumped up, hasn't she? Let's hope it is all that good food she's been getting, and nothing else, at least not until spring.
She is pressuring me to accept what I cannot change. Me. Can you believe that?
I can't catch her. She lets me get within 5 feet, and no closer. She sleeps in the barn, eats on the porch, lounges in the sun in one of a few places around the barn, and she is obviously content to live there. But soon, those hormones will kick in, and there will be kittens. I want to protect her, and prevent the addition of more feral kitties, but she is not cooperating.
So I am left with what I CAN do, not what I WANT to do.
Acceptance is the answer to all my problems today........
On the home front, my Eddie is recovering from his surgery nicely.
Last night was the first night he was able to jump up on the bed, but he did it nicely.
What a relief!
I am still dealing with this cold, and hoping that I feel better by Christmas. I have left the studio early a couple of days now, trying to take it easy.
But just so I don't have any symptoms of withdrawal, I have this little corner at home, where I can get my fix.
Yup, I'm bad, I know it.
I don't have a lot going on this week, and that's good. I am going to take some time to finish my Christmas shopping, and then time to make some pies. And hopefully, nurse this cold at the same time.
If you are anything like me, you don't care for the crowds, the craziness, or the commercialism of the holidays.
But keep the real meaning in your heart. And don't lose sight of it.
And the craziness will glide right on by.