Thursday, March 2, 2017

Well

That big gray and white feral cat got in the house last night and he and Jack fought all over the place with wild yowls and howls and knocking of doors and spilling of things and now my house reeks of cat piss and Mr. Moon says it looks like a rabbit was skinned upstairs.

Plus, I have to go get my teeth cleaned.

I do not have great hopes for this day.

Jack looks good though. No obvious wounds.
So at least there's that.
And I just went to let the chickens out and after a three day absence, little Miss Violet is suddenly back with the flock.

Still, you have no idea how much I just want to go back to bed. Although, actually, the vile and weird dream I was having when I woke up is not anything I'd care to revisit.
It's unbelievable to me that I hold such bizarre thoughts in my head which spill over and reveal themselves as I slumber.







11 comments:

  1. well, I hope Jack thumped him good and so he won't be back. I have more shoveling of dirt today, too tired at night to dream.

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  2. Were you there when the cat got in?! That must have made a racket! Sorry about the dream. Human brains harbor all sorts of strangeness.

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    1. (I'm not saying you're strange -- no stranger than any of us, anyway!)

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    2. Yes. I was in bed when the cat got in. Glen got up to deal with it but Jack was doing a pretty good job on his own.
      According to what falls out of my brain as I sleep I am pretty strange.

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  3. May your day get better from here dear Mary.

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    1. It was...okay. Especially the nap part.

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  4. I see a brighter day on the horizon.

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  5. Go, Jack! Where was Maurice during all of this.
    Your dentist post reminded me that I need to fill my Rx. for Ativan. It took me 6 months to go through 30 and I used to take at least one a day. Not that I'm any less anxious.

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    1. Maurice was crying at the window of our bedroom trying to get us to get up and open the door instead of coming around through the cat door. Lazy cat.
      Yeah. I'm not sure how much Ativan helps. Maybe. Some.

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  6. If I may suggest... Speaking from personal experience with fighting cats... Keep a close eye on Jack. Sometimes they bite each other and you don't see the little puncture wound. But those bites
    Can result in horrible infections and abscesses

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