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Official Warning

This is your official warning, internet. I woke up this morning singing “White Christmas” and lit up a gingerbread-scented candle.

Be afraid.

And have a picture of my cat. (Okay, he’s really Kevin’s cat now. I know when I’m beat.)

littleorange

I am little! And orange! And compact!

That’s Ben in the background, but in his defense, he is laying at one of those weird angles and is actually made primarily of muscle and entitlement.

Also, I wrote a gardening post over at Beautiful Wildlife Garden, about a low-maintenance garden I don’t actually own, which, which not quite as amusing as my Plea For A Better Class Of Knick-Knacks,still has some pretty good plant lists for our area.

ETA: Thanks for everybody who asked about Ben! He's doing great. The last big flare-up after his back teeth got pulled---which had put me in the oh-god-this-is-it mode---really was the last one. He's been fine since, and continues to run the household and bully everyone except occasionally Kevin.

Originally published at Tea with the Squash God. You can comment here or there.



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They make it so hard to get out of bed when they're all curled up cute like that - my boys do it on purpose to make me stay in bed, I'm sure. "Come cuddle with us, mum! See how adorable and fuzzy we are!"

Also, "made primarily of muscle and entitlement" is a wonderful description of a big, boofy cat. I have one of those, although it's less "entitlement" and more "is a giant, heavy woobie".

Edited at 2012-10-15 02:39 pm (UTC)

Yes, "muscle and entitlement" is a wonderful description.

With my husband and I, giant cat is "muscle and entitlement, with our daughter, he is the biggest woobie of them all.

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