Re: I can't get a minute
- From: "Granby" <spaz@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 16 Jul 2008 04:33:55 -0500
Between pets leaving for the bridge and children growing up, I know whereof
you speak. The things that can, for lack of a better word, annoy you, are
the things you will later miss the most.
"Gandalf" <g.gandalf@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
On Tue, 15 Jul 2008 21:47:02 -0400, "kilikini"
Gosh darn it. I hate to say it. I love my Miss Pua, but........ I can't
get a moment's peace! She is *so* my constant companion that I'll be at
toilet (I'm sick a lot) and she's right there crying at the door for
attention. I can't take a shower without her screaming to get into the
bathroom, and I can't even go outside and water the plants without her
going from window to window to watch me.......she's got to have me in
at all times.
It's very sweet, but it's getting to be a little troublesome lately. Does
anyone else have this problem with one of your dear ones?
I had a cat that really, really loved to be with me, as much as
possible. She was sooo very, very sweet.
But, she went to the Bridge on 6/9/1999.
I miss her terribly, each and every day.
I seem to have something in my eye....
~~~~~~~~~~~~ >^..^< >^.,.^<
"Life without cats would be only marginally worth living."
-TC, and the unmercifully, relentlessly, sweet calico kitty, Kenzie.
Every day is a treasure with Kenzie; I try to treat them that way. There
will only be so many, and then there will never, ever, be any more.
How you behave towards cats here below determines your status in Heaven.
- Robert Heinlein
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