I'm sorry I didnt get back to u sooner. I'm trying to get a fun art party for kids. I'm on disability so I can't do alot. I haven't been much success in my art indeverers lately . and I really need to find some other way to make more money for both me and the furpeople at the shelter. I''m prayimg that something will hsppen to help. last year I was down to my last $5.00's. I was at Wall-mart trying to decide do I get gas or do I get food. As I was going down the theeles
C'mon now Georgette, how am I going to take care of all the other kitties if I have to spend seven hours a day strolling one cat at a time? What about all the new little ones, they would have to have a turn also!! I think I am going to have to find a twin baby stroller with a rumble seat and convert it to a cat stroller to handle at least six at a time lol. You and I both have had pets for a long time and when you have a lot you also have to face losing a lot of them over the years. I can still remember the first cat I ever had at five years old, she was killed by a car when I was sixteen, her name was Spot Tail. My first dog was an Eskimo Spitz and was also killed by a car when I was around eighteen. Hugs and head bonks, Y.O.M.
I think almost all little boys think they automatically know how to drive anything with a motor. My brother did. We had a Farmall Cub tractor that my Grandad used as a demonstration tractor for a spray rig he invented. Stephen could drive it at 5 years old, and Grandad let him! My Dad was a mechanic, and he built a go cart for Stephen. He drove Dad's truck down the turn rows, and Heaven help you if you left the keys in any vehicle. He didn't mean to be bad. He was just drawn to things with motors. The last few years he lived he drove semis cross country and loved it, and he also worked for local farmers who needed drivers. On the other hand, I didn't get my driver's license until I was 18. I was a late bloomer, I guess. Your grandson is a cutie, and I know you think so, too.
One of the things I hate is that household countertops were 'standardized' when the avg height of a woman was 5'2". I am 5'10". You can just imagine how much my back hurts because of how far over I must bend in order to do anything.
I know small people have lots more to deal with. You're not taken 'seriously' treated as 'cute', or children, or 'slow'. People try to 'push' you by literally looking down on you. We've already covered the claustrophobia and smell angles.
Those Lols with a series of pics are made with the Comix Builder. If you go to the main ICHC page and then look in the upper right hand corner you'll see the "create" button next to profile link. Click on "Create" and the last one on the right of the Make a MEME section says "make a comic strip." Click there and select a picture the way you would in a regular builder. It will load that picture into a tool you haven't seen before but one that's reasonably intuitive. You can use up to five pictures. It is tough to take pics of pets if your camera has much shutter lag. My old camera had a real problem with that but I don't have that problem nearly as much since I got the new camera a couple years back. I love the fact that Mille is so enamored of her new ride and wants to go out all the time now. I can't say as I blame her.
My grandparents had a picture where he's holding his arm out from his side, and she's standing underneath it. (I'm about 10 inches taller than you) Finding clothes that are long enough is a pain, and you tend to whang yourself in the head a lot. On the plus side- it's a lot easier to find someone in a crowd, and you're less likely to feel claustrophobic. (And you're not stuck at everyone's armpit level.)
So far I haven't introduced them. Waldo still has an hole in the right side of his neck where there was an abscess. I want that to close first. The Bitty Boys like to wrestle, and I don't think he'd like that with a sore neck. I guess we'll have to make a movie about "Driving Miss Millie" now. I don't know if we can afford Morgan Freeman though! Linda
Hi. The cat tree is very much higher than my head! Opie helped me put it together. He was into everything and was the first one to check out the teepee (you'll know what I mean when I get pics made). Waldo was supervising engineer on the project. He was asleep in the recliner and maybe opened his eyes twice in the two hours it took to get it assembled. Bette just sat on the windowsill and looked cute. She thinks that's her only duty every day. I think Millie is one smart kitty. She knows what she wants and makes no bones about it. She loves those stroller rides and wants you to understand clearly. Hugs, Linda
Fankees darlin! Ai had a great day several days in a row! As for keeping track of b-days, what I did was go through my entire friends list and write their names and date down under a separate 12 page list of months. It took a long time, true. I still need to remember to update it with new friends. If you have the computer skills you could just make a spreadsheet. I have still managed to be late for a b-day due to not checking my little notebook often enough...
Hop-a-long-Hannah says hi! I walk with my foot sideways, which much look very funny, but I can walk. The 15 minutes advice was perfect because that was damn cold water. My little tootsies would have frozen and fall off. My, my. We have our own little magic maker on Cheezeboogurs. You are looking out for everybody. Who looks out for you?
At my age and as many cats as I have had to die over the years you would not finish tributes for quite a while. I went through a lot with Fat Cat, the Vet would drain the fluid from his lungs and they would fill right back up the next day. I thought I had sent you the tribute my Grandson made for him, if you want to see it I will send the link to the video. Y.O.M.