Saturday, December 28, 2019

A Good Night's Sleep

I slept through the night without waking up until 4:00AM. Then I went to the bathroom, took my thyroid med and went back to bed. I slept until 5:30AM when I finally got up, dressed and got myself ready for the day and had my oatmeal and coffee. I am working on my Chai now. I fed the cats again. This time none tried to come in. There are three out there now. The yellow tom cat and the yellow half grown kitten and the gray mama cat. I have the cat dish and three plastic bowls out there.

I ran out of ink for my printer yesterday evening. That cartridge didn't last long. Maybe I'll go back to two cartridges again. I have just been using one color cartridge for ages. They usually last longer then this one did.

I don't know how long it will take Hillary to get those letters finished. She has her work for Four County Mental Health as her first priority. She will call me or Leslie when she is finished and I will go up to Independence to pick them up and pay for the job.

More later....

I picked up Nancy at 9:45AM and we went to Copan Restaurant for lunch. We brought home about half our lunch. I will have the rest of mine tomorrow or Monday. We went on the the Walmart at Bartlesville because I needed some ink cartridges for my printer. Nancy bought some bananas but after I got my ink cartridges, I also bought some coffeecake mixes and oatmeal and cat food.

Then we came back home to Caney. I went in and visited with her for awhile and Jess came and visited with her too. When I got home I put away my groceries and checked my mail. I had a package. Scott sent me the photo of him and me taken on the cruise we took a couple of years ago with Ginger and her family. It was nicely framed too so I put it on my dresser. That was so nice of him.

More later....I am going to try to find the Ohio State game on the computer.

I watched the Ohio State/ Clemson football game  until 11:00PM and Ohio State finally lost by one touchdown. They ran out of time.

I went to bed at 11:00PM

5 comments:

Laurie said...

I wonder if you could feed them farther from your door,, it’s so good of you to do this, My cat died not long soon and I still miss her so much,, it pains me to see so many abandoned cats. Thank you for sharing your days,

Margie's Musings said...

I have a tiny little porch area with an adjoining sidewalk. If it rains, like it did today, the cat food would be full of water. So, I have no place else to feed them.

Margie's Musings said...

I know exactly what you mean Laurie. I had a 16 year old cat that I had to have put down two weeks before Christmas last year. I was devastated! She was sick and had a growth in her throat and wouldn't survived a surgery at her age. I still miss Missy every day. She had so much personality. She made me laugh every day.

Laurie said...

Oh Margie I read that post,, so very sad,
. I think you , my daughter and I have a tremendous soft spot for cats . I know they certainly become part of our family .

Margie's Musings said...

Yes, they do! I loved Missy just like family!