Hi everyone. Thank you all for the kind words, prayers and purrs you left for us for Prancie. I knew when I left the house Wednesday morning to go to jury duty that it was the day Prancie would leave us. I was scraping the ice off my car windows and heard the Phoebe bird. I don’t usually hear it this time of year. I knew that meant Phoebe had come for her friend.
The next day, I was driving over to visit The Great One and Prancie’s song was on the radio. I know that was a sign too. Prancie’s song is a disco song from the 1970’s and is rarely on the radio. I have chosen that for my Mewsic this week. I used to change the words and sing to her ” Do a little dance……Prancie Pants”. Up until a few years ago, she did prance around like she was dancing.
Hi everyone! We are joining Comedy Plus’ Awww….Mondays. Thank you to everyone who has donated to Colehaus Cats and thank you to those praying and to all who shared yesterday’s post. I still have a Dr. Who catnip mat, one of Prancie’s books and several of Emmy’s available to anyone that donates at least $10. See yesterday’s post for details.
Today we want to wish my hubby a happy birthday! He is a great cat Dad.
He naps with the cats-
And is always willing to share his lunch with them too.
Hi everyone! We are joining Comedy Plus’ Awww….Mondays That is all we are joining this week because I have a cold and I am all tired out from the Christmas festivities.
As many of you know, Prancie appeared at our outdoor nativity in January 2005. It used to be on the other side of the house at a door we rarely use. This year, we put it by the main entrance to our house. Knowing it was going to be Prancie’s last Christmas, my hubby wanted a photo of her out there. She wanted no part of it and made for the house as quickly as possible, but I got one decent shot.
If you are not familiar with her book, you can click here to see it on Amazon.
Penny will be here with an important tip tomorrow. Plus she will be modeling her New Year’s Eve gown.
Hi everyone! Today is a special day in the blogging world. Mimi Lenox started Blog4Peace back in 2006 and it continues to grow. Every year we are asked to create a peace globe from the template offered or one you design yourself. This year’s theme is Climate Change.
I used a photo of Sammy to remind everyone to keep the heat down and put on a sweater instead.
To learn more about this and see more peace globes click here.