Today, I am thankful for cute kitty videos that cheer up your day!
30n30 day 18 December 3, 2008
No update on the Erica front. I’ve been checking her blog obsessively for some type of update from her friends or family. I can just hope that she is resting peacefully and no seizures or struggles. Tranquility is what I wish for her. As promised, I am not going to complain in the blog for the next couple of weeks.
Today, I am thankful for my husband and cats. I love them immensely.
30n30 day 15 case of the almost mondays November 30, 2008
About a 6 months ago, Niko and I adopted Lily from my sister, Leanna and her son Mathew. We were worried that she and Feynman (our cat of 8 years) wouldn’t get a long. As you can see from the picture above, they are getting along just fine. I woke up this morning to see them doing this. It was too precious and I couldn’t resist getting a picture of the two of them. Feynman is on the left, Lily is on the right. As you can tell from the picture, we definitely have to get our cats on diets. Before we left for vacation, the vet told me to put Lily on a diet when we got back. Feynman is usually a good eater, but I guess with us gone, he was just eating and eating and got a little “rounder” while we were away. Niko and I will work diligently to get them back in shape.
Tomorrow is cyber Monday – I’m looking forward to it. I’m sure that I’ll have a lot of work to do tomorrow, but I plan on spending my lunch hour surfing the internet for deals for my family. Niko is taking care of his side of the family and I’m responsible for mine. My mom and her husband are all shopped for (we got them a flat screen television). It’s just everyone else. Dad, Leanna, Mike, Doug, Alan and Mathew (and Niko, of course).
I don’t want to go back to work tomorrow. Vacation went by too quickly. However, Christmas / Winter vacation is coming up and we’re headed to San Francisco for a late honeymoon. A couple of years ago, we decided to do Christmas stuff on our own (so that we wouldn’t be travelling back and forth between our families over the holiday BREAK.) Last year we didn’t, but we will see for years to come.