First, I want you to know Miss Victoria thanks you very much for your prayers on her behalf. She is completely back to normal. I have already stepped on her tail once as she followed me around in the kitchen while I cooked and "talked" to me about some very important kitty problem.
She has gotten into trouble a few times and her youngest human (the twenty year old whom she thinks she owns) has had to tell us... as if he was talking about a toddler... "You have got to discipline THAT cat!". Yes, Victoria is back to her colorful and curious self. :)
I'm in the midst of family stuff as my brother-in-law's funeral will be taking place (delayed due to bad weather preventing their youngest daughter to arrive), we're getting used to a new University schedule, and I have a couple of appointments this week.
I thought it a good time to re-post some of my old Recession Ponderings posts (try saying that three times quickly). This is a series of five posts I wrote in March, 2008 while we were in the midst of the national economic crisis. While I hear nationally some economic forecasts are getting better, I don't see it as much where I live.
The first re-post should have preceded this one by just a moment or so. There will be one re-post each day through Saturday. I'm here and reading, just allowing these to re-post each day until I write again on Sunday. :)
I have two recent comments about favorite books that I haven't "published", yet. Only because I need to write down the favorites. Then they will join the others. If you have a recent favorite that makes you feel all warm and cozy (title or author), then you can leave a comment on this post. It won't be published right away but it will be here for me to copy as I type out the Recommendations list... on the dining room table with the laptop. :)
Yes, that means it should be ready to go next week. I'm giving up on the perfect, the ideal I wanted it to look like which is only possible if I typed it into Word first. We don't have the desktop back. Instead, it will get typed and published right away.