We are happy you are here for another week of friendly sharing! As always, you can find the fill-ins here and at 15andmeowing.com each Thursday. On Fridays, we post the link for sharing. Please link your post as directed. Try to visit other blogs, if possible. And, have fun!
Well, we are at the end of April. If the weather holds out, we will be Spring cleaning out in the yard this weekend. Last week we had two ice storms bringing over 4” of snow and ice. Next week is supposed to get up to 80°.
I am so proud that all of our furkids are so good with each other and with all of our rescues, too. We are blessed. Bee and Clyde are kept busy with Stormie. But, she interacts with everyone. She is fierce.
Chloe Jo is not doing as well as we had hoped. She has days where she just sleeps. Other days, she is restless and unhappy. Sometimes she wants to be held but is in pain. I have always been able to fix her problems, but I cannot fix this. It wrecks me.
We will be at a John Prine concert tonight. We are both very excited. He just released his new album last week. The Tree of Forgiveness is exceptional. John Prine is truly one of the greats.
Please join us for Sparks on Monday. The positive energy there will carry you all week. I know, because it has really been helpful to me. Share what helps you. Namaste.
We hope you have a wonderful weekend. Enjoy it with your loved ones. Here are my completed fill-ins:
I could really use another day in the week. I would schedule it with things that escape me the other seven days. But, as Grampy used to say, that day would fill up, too. Life is for living. And, so we do.
2. A small, local organization is a charity that I like to support. I like to see donations go to the community where I live. Charity begins at home, as the proverb states. It does not make a lot of sense to give to distant charities if we are neglecting our direct neighbors, both human and animal. If each community were to begin by taking care of its own, they could then care for others.
3. One time, I broke down a fence with a runaway car, and I had to face my neighbor to tell him. It was quite an event.
4. I wish that I had finished college when I was young. I really love learning. I got busy with life and plans changed. I cannot help but wonder how different things might be if I had finished college. It isn’t a regret, but more of a “What if…?”.
~Whatever you do this weekend, make it fun!~
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