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Category Archives: Simple Sunday
Recently I did a bit of organizing in our kitchen. Chloe decided to help me. I think she is eyeing the miniature Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups. So was I. Smart cat!
This is what happens when I take the mattress protector off to wash it. How do they know?
Sasha is very good at snoozing. Just looking at her makes me tired. *yawn*
Sasha fancies herself to be a cat, even though she is clearly not a cat. She greatly enjoys sneaking up onto the back of our couch cushions, straddling them, and then falling asleep. She knows the word “off” and will … Continue reading
Husband did some research and then a seven dollar part and a couple hours later my computer was back. This was my laptop on Thursday. It had been acting up – randomly making chargers unusable (yes, more than one), slowing … Continue reading
You know when your cat comes over and lays down next to you wanting to nap, but he is so cute that you can’t stop petting him? That happened to James today. Poor baby James.
Celebrations, big and small. We awoke to unexpected rain. Here in the desert, bonus rain is always something to celebrate. Husband and I walked the dogs while the boys road their bikes ahead of us. The cloudy weather made the … Continue reading
Carter created these, one for each member of our family (pets included, of course). Top row: Husband, Haley, yours truly Middle row: Chloe, Sasha, James Bottom row: Carter*, Leia, Cody** *And no, we don’t let Carter smoke in real life. … Continue reading
It has been thirty-seven days since we left the house as a family to go somewhere, actually getting out of the car. (I’m not counting going for a sanity drive, as going somewhere, nor am I counting walks.) I’m feeling … Continue reading
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