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Saturday, April 7, 2012

Girl's Night Out

I looked out the window today and Susie was on the garbage can taking a bath. Well I taught that girl one thing. She had burrs in her tail and was walking with a limp, not to mention hungry as if she had been stranded on an island for a month. Later in the day Daisy made an appearance. She looked thin and crosseyed. Looking at me as if she was trying to clear the cobwebs from her brain. They are both full as a tick and still home so far tonight. The tom cats are circling and meowling though. I'm sorry to disappoint them but Susie was spayed years ago and she is old. I'm trying to get her to spend the night in the garage but she doesn't want to. Memories of her younger and wilder years perhaps?

8 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

spring fever even effects the girls, apparently!

Chatty Crone said...

Have a blessed Easter. Sandie

jack69 said...

We all love these tales, although in your autumn you are gettin a little Risque! hahahahahahaha.

You just cannot keep a good cat down!!!!
Love the entry, you are the 'Cat's Meow' as we used to say!!!!

jack69 said...

Have I just been missing it, or is the header new? Beautiful!!!!

Jill said...

Oh I am glad they are home!

john wingo said...

Well, I'm glad they made it home...in spitr of our good intentions, Mother Nature is going to have her way.

Lori said...

I'm so glad they both came home safely!

Fernan said...

Hi Paula:
Hey look at me. I do believe I've finally made it in. Goofy computers have there days also just like me (you and me both maybe). Someday's totally uncooperative.
Hey I finally get to say I continue to enjoy your posts and the lovely scenery pictures. John's calves are a delightful treat to see.
Say hello to the turtles for me. Haven't seen any of ours bounding over the turtle crossing as yet.
Your eating strawberries, you shure know how to put a redneck hurting on us yankees. (Grin)
If you haven't already guessed we're busier than all get out up here. Calvens, wood choppens, machinery repairs and preparedness's. Our hay fields are growing like it were Summer already. Won't be long we'll be making hay and planting second crops.
Take care I'll try and do a better bouncing on the rebounds.
Lollipops
Fernan