Life in transition with Ray but without Rochelle, Rebecca, and Elcie. The blog title is taken from the girls' names but "roc" and "rebel" works for me too.
adorable! I see why you kept her... or him... :)))
I take your are talking about that beautiful dryer. I would have kept it too. HAHHAHHHAHAA! I lurve the witty kitty!!
OH! I'm in love.
Oh, Ann! I'm sure the package will arrive any day. I sent them all at the same time, and Marigoldie's arrived way before Meagan's. The Czech postal system...who knows.
Ahh he's so cute!!!
What a sweetie! I love black kitties. I have 2 of them now. They say that black kitties are always the last ones to be adopted from shelters, so we pick them on purpose now.
granny, that scares me. i trained my cats not to get in the dryer, because i was so scared they would get shut in there and die. those darned little things don't have any fear. darn it.
too cute!!!I miss our cat. We had to find her a new home when our new apartment had a no pet rule. damn
Fidgets home is your black cats place Rays retired, no new opera will he face Kids are all home rejoice they are well Tosca reveals another life of pure hellTime for reflection, a quiet time of the night The day has long ended, a night owl is in flight Time for contentment to store all your love Hasten a bedtime as light shines from above
Hi Ann,He's so cute! What's he doing? playing with the lint trap?Janice~
Aw, cats are so neat.
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