Tuesday, July 21, 2015

Hot Town

Back from my walk, didn't die.
PHEW! Once again!
Jessie's coming out and we're going to have a little Jefferson county adventure, perhaps a dip in the river, a little lunch, a little antique shopping. Who could ask for better than that?

Last night after getting up with Maurice twice, I just ignored all of her meows and scratching and she finally gave it up, got in bed with me and slept the rest of the night.
Is it possible to train a cat?
We shall see.

I am so grateful for this light-filled life, for all of the love and joy in it.

And for you.

May all be well. May you be at peace.

Love...Ms. Moon


  1. It's definitely possible to train a cat. And the thought you must hold onto is that their undesired behavior reaches a peak just before it recedes. So you might need a lot of patience. But it will be worth it, because they are very much creatures of habit, and once you get the new habit established, it will be retained.

  2. Jenny_o said it first and best. Repeated behavior works for cats, dogs and children. Either theirs or yours. When she can't regulate yours, she'll regulate hers. I do love that cat; she's a sly devil.

  3. Mary that's so funny. I always write I left the house and did not die or went to the store or the doctor etc. always ending with and I did not die.


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