Saturday, February 26, 2011

I'm back!
Hello everyone. I have been out for a while but I am alive and well. My life gets a little over loaded sometimes and I need to take and break. I'm sure you all can understand. I needed a little me time. Just a Little!
Sometimes it all gets very tiresome always being happy and up lifting for everyone around me. I would just like somebody to ask how I'm feeling. There has got to be more to life than:
Ok, that's enough. I'm a mom and I will carry on. Sorry about that.
Now a cat story....
I've been debating on whether I would introduce our cat or not. I decided that since she is such a big part of our life that I would share her with you all.
Ladies and gentlemen, this is Eleanor:
Eleanor came into our lives one dark and rainy summer night. We had an ordinary family with three kids, a dog and a cat. We were fine. We didn't need another animal.
My oldest son was dating a girl that loved to pick up stray animals. So when they found this little cold wet thing they brought it to our house. (I always wondered why she didn't take it to her house.) Well the other kids insisted we keep the poor little wet thing. Within a couple of days it had been named. That was over four years ago. She was a petite thing with long fur. The fur in her ears is really long and her tail is long and fluffy.
Isn't she pretty. Yes I know, beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Look at those eyes. We all think she looks put off. Like she's just annoyed with everything. I think she is annoyed. Or she's just deranged. Ha ha!
One small problem I have with her is that she meow's alot! First she wants in, then she wants out, then she wants out again! The meows get louder and louder! The one thing she wants is more and more food. You would think she would get fat. I don't think she's fat. Can't tell with all that hair. Ha ha! My son and I think she is bulimic. We think she binges on cat food and then goes out to throw up. Sounds weird I know.
I hope you enjoyed meeting Eleanor.
Have a great day.


Bonnie said...

That is one fuzzy cat! She is really cute! That's funny how the meowing gets louder until you do what she wants like open the door for her!! Of course, it's funny to me, cause I don't have to live with it! Hee Hee! So cute!!

Melanie said...

Glad you are back. .Sometimes being called to be the one to keep it all together is a tough and under appreciated job!! But with great rewards. .keep it up!!