Archive | April, 2021

Let’s talk about Ralph

April 28, 2021

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Well, it seems that I can’t have a set of cats without one of them have their urinary system break down. This round – it’s Ralph. He’s always been a hefty chonker, and over the last year or so, he’s really been sucking down the water in addition to inhaling food. The past few months, […]

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I feel terrible now.

April 27, 2021

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I feel terrible now.

Backstory: The Toaster had been parked in front our our entry steps since last fall. (I stopped driving it when it tried to murder me on the highway, if you’ll remember.) However, some little neighbor girls have been riding their scooters on the sidewalk since the weather has warmed up, and I was sure that […]

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A little weekend work

April 25, 2021

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A little weekend work

Saturday was ‘clean up Seward, for cryin’ out loud’ day, or something like that related to Earth day, so Lloyd and I did some errands. We took a bunch of ancient bank records and such to the shredding truck, then some regular errands (shopping, post office, bank deposits). It was a productive day. On Sunday, […]

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Overnight in Dallas

April 21, 2021

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Ok, so I said that I was stuck in Dallas overnight, and I also said that I watch a LOT of YouTube videos regarding capsule hotels and tiny spaces, but you honestly can’t understand how deep that rabbit hole goes. Once I realized that there was a chance to sleep in a tiny space in […]

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The airport adventures

April 20, 2021

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The family stuff is a little too private for me to write about on the interwebs, so I’ll just tell you about my airport adventures. First of all, when I told Lloyd I was going to go to Colorado (thank you, negative COVID test for easing my mind), he purchased tickets for the wrong dates. […]

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Introductory Report

April 20, 2021

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I went to Colorado this weekend to be with my folks for a little while. I’ll do a complete write-up later to tell you a little more, but for now I can just tell you that prayers are still welcome. Mom’s jaw is still swollen and sore, and the medications she takes make her exhausted. […]

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