One more hint before I tell the story. No fair looking ahead.
Hint, the word within the word. LAYOUGAHEAD
Kitty Chronicles: Continuing Confessions of Queen Cat's Captive!
Her Majesty hates the vacuum, but loves the
What fun playing catch the broom and redistribute the dirt. However when the vacuum is running the Queen runs and hides. Perhaps a good enough reason never to vacuum again.
New food = new gas odor eww hope she doesn't moon me tonight.
I think she knows her colors. I know she knows where I hide the treats. She leads me, (just as though I were the one on a leash), to the cabinet and meows treat. Miss Queen has her favorites. Of course I grab the yellow bag and offer her a piece. meowno says she and refusues to eat it. I go for the pink bag. That one doesn't work either. So blue it is. I give her a few pieces, they are quite small, she gobbles them down then quickly eats the pink and yellow too.
WALLAHALLA I know all about that Christmas tinsel decorating a cat's hind end. The Siamese we had when I was a kid loved to eat it too.
CARBMONSTERII, "try substituting a wand toy or string or another toy that gets her going"? I spent real money on cute dishes, pretty collars, one with a bell even, and special kitty toys. When I try to play toys with her she watches me like I am demented.
This seems to be her favorite place to sit when she wants to spend time with me.
Who found the word within the word? LAyoUGahEaD.
My Son wanted to learn to read even before he started school. He would spread the newspaper on the floor and pretend he was reading it. He memorized the Little Golden Books I read to him, then would entertain customers in my Beauty Salon by, "reading" to them. Once he started school we had reading lessons some evenings after other homework was finished. One such evening, I don't remember what we were reading but we came upon the word laughed. When he tried to phonetically sound it out, it sounded like "lay you ga head". to him. You can understand why it is a special memory to me.
Mom tells from her childhood. Her Father prayed long involved prayers before meals. I remember he still did this when I was a child also. It wasn't until I had my own child that I came to appreciate the beauty and sincerity of my Grandfather's prayers.
Mom's story goes like this. At the end of every meal time prayer her Dad would say and Lord please bless this food fritz and tender juice. Momma would look at all the food on the table trying to figure out which dish held the mystery of fritz and tender juice. It wasn't until she was older that she realized he was saying, "Bless this food for it's intended use." My Grandparents were raised Pennsylvania Dutch and carried the accent well into their senior years.
I have had a sleep disorder since 2011. The bed time Living The Good Life of the fall challenge helped me get a better nights rest, so I am continuing with that. I still don't sleep well but it's better than it was.
If you did the challenge what was your most beneficial LTGL?