Wednesday, August 2, 2017


I have no clue what is going on with my blog. I've posted to the blogger help forum to find out why  my laptop view has changed to mobile. I checked settings and they are fine so we'll see what the folks in the help forum can tell me. In the mean time, all of my links are at the very bottom of the blog. Grrr.

UPDATE: As soon as I hit post, I saw that my blog had reset and now everything is where it should be. Thank you, Blogger!

UPDATED UPDATE: Just in case the helpers at Blogger are checking this out. If I open the main page then I have no sidebar.. they're all at the bottom. BUT... if I click on an individual post - where only one is showing per page, then I have my sidebar.

Anyone know how to fix? LOL

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In the mean time, the girls and I are still having fun. I'm not working as much as I should be, which disappoints my boss to no end. Thankfully, I do not need this job (did I mention I do it for free!) so if I lose the position, so be it. I just hate going out the door that way, you know? But family will ALWAYS come first. In the end, they are all you have.

The girls love it here. They can go outside whenever they want without fear of being snatched. Yesterday afternoon while I finished up some business on-line, they went out to play in the yard. Adrian pretty much lives in the garden. Girly Girl Abby will follow her sister everywhere but getting dirty really isn't in her plans.

So imagine my surprise when I went outside to see what they were up to and found this:

If you look at the feet on the right, you'll see a small mud hole. Those are Abby's feet - my Girly Girl. Her older sister, Adrian, is the culprit with the duck watering can.

Abby quite proud of her mud accessories.

Abby did a good job getting Adrian back.

The final result... with a new addition to the yard ::: sigh :::

We've named her Tabby. She's a very delicate young lady. She's a bit on the wild side but as you can see, she is warming up to us very quickly. Tabby is very young but may be carrying her first litter. I hope to get her into a carrier and into the vet this week. Sadly, that means I'd have to bring her into the house for the first couple of days and that is NOT something I want to do. Might have to do some housecleaning in the garden shed and make her a space. ::: sigh ::: until she's healed.

So if you wonder why the lack of creative activity... now you know. LOL