This week in cat antics: If you follow me on Instagram, you saw this picture from last night
"But Mommm, if you're in the kitchen
that can only mean it's time for ME to eat!" #idontcookoften
(That cupboard is where the food is kept.)
Then he recruited reinforcements:
Speaking of pets, did you hear about the first litter of in-vitro puppies born at Cornell University? I was baffled by this until I read that it's not about puppies; it's about potentially saving other animal species. Still, if Michael Crichton were alive, he could write some scary book about it a la Jurassic Park.
Last Sunday at church, our children's choirs presented their annual Christmas musical. Every year I intend to go and don't, but this year I dragged my lazy self out of the house, and I'm so glad I did! The director of children's music, Sally Beske, writes the words and music and this is the 20th year of these original productions. The theme was finding peace, and the lesson was that we all need to allow ourselves time to rest and to play, in order to make peaceful decisions. I can think of quite a few people who could stand to learn that lesson. We all received permission slips with an affirmation on the opposite side (written by the children). This may have been the best Christmas gift! I don't know that video will do it justice, but you can watch it here.
|(borrowed from a friend's Facebook post)|
I’m refraining from talking politics (at least for today) because I'm trying to keep this post happy, but I do love this meme: