Simple post on a sick day…


I don’t like to run out of things.  It’s not as if I live forty miles from the nearest mercantile store and only come into town for supplies once a month in a buckboard.  I live in a  small town (population approximately 17,000 ) with a very adequate grocery store and even a Wal-Mart if I get desperate.  A Trader Joe’s or Whole Foods Market would be nice, but that’s not going to happen here!  I just don’t want to run out of toilet paper, cat food, laundry detergent, coffee, olive oil, chardonnay, bread flour, etc. and have to run to the store for one item.  That’s why I keep a list on my refrigerator so I can add things as I need them and so I won’t forget!

What did I run out of?  A completed post for my blog.  I usually have one or two ready and several drafts in process, but mid-week I came down with something that has me congested and cranky.  Maybe it was caused by all the tassels falling from the live oaks or something else blowing in as spring comes early.  I only post once a week, but I couldn’t seem to get a draft completed.

So I have provided a link to a video that I received via e-mail a couple of weeks ago that I thought was worth sharing.  I love cats!  Enjoy!  I think I will have a sip of Wild Turkey American Honey - exceptionally smooth liqueur blended with pure honey and bourbon whisky – for medicinal purposes only instead of cough medicine.

http://www.slothster.com/3005-Worker-At-Lion-Park-Gets-Hugs-From-Sweet-Lion-Cubs.html

Here’s another link for more great cats.   http://nationalzoo.si.edu/Animals/GreatCats/LionUpdates/cubphotos.cfm

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