I brought the little house home for Gwyn. Oh, I know she can't eat it but she can look at it and it can sit under her tree for now. I kept it wrapped since her parents will devour it after Christmas. :)
Did I mention this little beauty is teething now.
They are in-between blue and brown. We aren't quite sure what colour they will end up.
But no matter...they are gorgeous.
Audrey's favorite ornament.
Hence the crooked glasses. :)
Life has a way of grabbing you by the ankles and dragging you along. It has taken on a fast pace now as there is shopping, wrapping, planning, cat-sitting and making time for family.
It's a must that I get things organized ahead of time because the cat-sitting takes up much of my time starting this weekend. I have been caring for a few cats this week; a beautiful tabby, a tuxedo and a vibrant calico.
Dear old Twinkle has been getting an abundance of hugs the last few days. When I hold him his thin spine and rigid legs remind me of Ed. It's not easy. He purrs in my arms and lays his head on my shoulder. I told him today his family are soon home and life will get back to normal for him. He has done so well on his own with my visits and I will really miss him.
I am looking forward to the hustle and bustle of Christmas.
Lily is doing ok
Everyone, including the cats, are working overtime to give her extra care and attention.
She misses him, we all do, but I truly feel each day we will see her improve.
The retired-guy keeps the wood-stove stoked which brings all the cats together.
Well, all but Sierra. She's watching out the window for the mail-man. I haven't told her yet about the news that Canada Post will be stopping home-delivery of mail in the near future. I'll save that for the new year. :(
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Wishing you well and a happy weekend.