Wordless Wednesday

What? We want to help put away the groceries.

Sorry if I don’t get to visit your blog today, I have jury duty. And Prancie is not doing well. She is eating less even with an appetite stimulant and anti nausea meds.

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  1. Eeew…Jury Duty! Did you kitties find anything good in the cages? Sending POTP to Prancie as well as purrs and prayers. XOCK, angel Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, angel Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth, Calista Jo, Cooper Murphy and Sawyer

  2. I’m so sorry Prancie is not doing well. Too bad the jury duty humans don’t let you stay home and just reschedule for another time – but I’m sure they don’t get it.

  3. Uhoh……jury duty….well, hopefully it doesn’t last a long time and I know you hate to be away from Prancie if she’s not doing well. I’m sure her Dad is taking super care of her….we are sending her a whole lot of POTP and prayers.

    Love, Pam and Teddy

  4. So sad to hear Prancie is not eating well. I am sending more prayers for her.
    Heck of a time to have to do jury duty. I had to go but got tuned loose out of the pool because I got caught making faces. It’s a long story. Just a tip, they don’t like people that are quirky and let their feelings be known with facial expressions.
    Hugs to you, Ellen.

  5. Prayers for Prancie and I hope you get excused quickly so you can get back home.

    Thank you for joining the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday. Big hug to you and healing scritches to Prancie. ♥

  6. I’m so sorry to hear about Prancie and sending purrs and blessings. I have never been called to jury duty until last year. In Georgia, if 70 and over you can opt out, which I did. I would have to go to Atlanta, which is 22 miles away. Nope!

  7. Ellen, my thoughts and prayers are with Prancie. I’m so sorry to hear she’s not doing well. I had jury duty in 2018, but got out of it after two days because the trial they were choosing us for involved a robbery/murder. There had been a robbery at my work, so I told the judge I couldn’t be impartial and was let go. I hope you get out of it and back to Prancie.

  8. We are sending our purrs and prayers of support at this sad time. Dear Prancie was a wonderful girl and we loved to visit and see her. She brought smiles to us and so very many everywhere. Fly free dear girl and we will meet again when it is our time. Enjoy the wonders of the Bridge and remember how much your family and all of us love you

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