Tuesday, January 06, 2009

When words don't matter


Here you go Sharon.
Now you'll have this colorful picture showing up on your blog next to my name.
It's an original too and I got it cheap for only the cost of a laptop, and a cheap one at that.

Today is just another ordinary rainy wet day here in the south. Not a typical winter day, but a good day nevertheless. I had something to say, but it escapes me now that I've logged in to write in my blog...Oh well, that's what happens when you get my age. Maybe I should walk back out of this room and see if I can remember what it was I was going to say here. It must not have been that important I guess.

Sharon emailed me this morning asking me to come over and check her kitten Molly. It seems that little miss Molly is possibly growing some pom poms and Sharon wanted me to come over and check if she's a she or NOT! I emailed her right back and suggested she use the same simple method that I use for establishing the sex of a cat...."wait til it has kittens or grows pom poms," that's how I do it, but the vet always has the final say.

Jimmy's hungry so I've got to go. He says we should go out and get something to eat before the ice storm gets here.

6 comments:

Jellyhead said...

An ice storm? That sounds worrying!! Hope you stay warm and safe.

Happy New Year Sandy!

JunieRose2005 said...

HAHA!


That's good advice about the kitty! It's my way of knowing too!


And I can sure relate to what you said about forgetting...(what was it you said, now?? Oh yah- forgetting what you wanted to blog about...) I just go with whatever pops into my head!

We're having a rainy day here also!

Take care and have a good day!


Junie

sharon said...

Thanks for the art,my blog page loves the fabulous colors and so do I.
The whole Molly story reminds me of the time when the kids were little and we separated their bunnies because mommy bunny was getting ready to give birth, she was pulling hair from her neck and making a nest.So we put her and her nest in a big nice cage and put daddy bunny in a little cage and we left for a trip over night and when we came back and ran to the garage to see if she had them the kids said,the daddy had the baby bunnies moma.
So I guess your tip is good for bunnies too. :)

Rachel said...

That is a bright colorful picture. Sir Scarlett is growing his pom poms! That is a good way to tell!

Did you get the ice? We got rain and lots of it!

... Paige said...

And you are doing?

Alipurr said...

very funny about the kitty, ha ha ha ha