Blog I had such plans So many things I was gonna accomplish this afternoon. Here’s me. Here’s the cat. He is lying on me. He has to move sometime…right? December 10, 2010 By Sara Nobody's A Full-Time Anything, Or Why I Think Everyone's Status Is "It's Complicated" The Orange Eats Creeps and the voices in my head You Might Also Like The most original thing a writer can do is write like himself. It is also his most difficult task. — Robertson Davies December 19, 2008 Let’s Talk About Let’s Talk About Love: a journey to the end of taste October 22, 2010 Okay, I know that this is a serious issue and everything March 9, 2006 kd December 10, 2010 at 3:27 pm LOVE THIS. LOL, maybe I can allow my dogs to lay up on me & keep me from the duties of the day. ;-) sarah-marie December 10, 2010 at 4:17 pm What happened to the cat?! I see a cone collar and a cut… Sara December 10, 2010 at 4:26 pm kd, yes it is an excellent strategy. sarah-marie, the working theory is that he tangled with a raccoon. He is less aggro than he once was but seemingly still occasionally feels compelled to assert his toughness in ways detrimental to his health and our bank accounts. (Oh, 24-hour emergency vet, we are ever grateful for your existence and expertise, but dang.) Lisa Nowak December 10, 2010 at 4:30 pm Everyone knows you can’t disturb a snoozing cat. That’s like one of the basic laws of the universe. One night last summer my husband and I were watching TV and wanted some ice cream. I had a trifecta. Bum knee, beanbag settled so it was perfectly comfortable, and Keelan had just gone to sleep in my lap. My husband didn’t even put up an argument about being the one to get our snack. He knows the rules.