Friday, May 14, 2010


Have I told you how much I love Fridays?? I live for them. Which I shouldn't do but shoot...we need something to live for huh? LOL

It's kind of quiet this morning in my work world. What's up with that?? Oh crud...shouldn't have said anything...the printer just went off. I think I'm's probably a 'no data found' sheet. YEP! I have a few minutes to ramble.

I find it odd that when I get here that sometimes I can't think of what to type, but when I am driving to work, driving home, sitting crocheting, I can think of things that I could talk about that you may be interested in. So then you'd think that I'd remember what it was I was thinking but's escaped me yet again.

One thing I did want to remind you about is tomorrow is Armed Forces Day. Please remember those who have served for their country and us, and those who have not come home from serving their country. Remember that our freedom is not free - they gave their life for us to be able to live like we do now. Keep them and their families in your thoughts and never forget that some have sacrificed much more than a lot of us have. Thank a vet, thank a soldier, thank the families who have had to do without their loved ones and thank a family that has lost their loved ones. Let them know you appreciate what their loved one did for our country and that it was not in vain and that we are proud of them. Let them all know we appreciate them and their sacrifices and that we are very proud of them. That's not so hard to do is it?

Happy Friday to you all! Have a lovely weekend where ever you are. :o)
Kat xoxo

PS/I forgot to mention in my last post that I have finally finished Pee's grave. It's taken me almost 3 months to get myself outside the fence to do this. I finished his cross last week and made myself go out there Sunday morning to get it put up. I still cried...buckets of tears for my little bull in the china shop. I miss him very much. This is a pic of him and Leo laying on the couch together. I think this was one day when Leo knew that Pee was not feeling good and getting close to his time to go to Rainbow Bridge. I'll have to take a pic of his and Misty's graves together to show you.


  1. Isn't it amazing how they know when it is time? When my Sheba was dying . . she was having mini-convulsions as I held her on my chest, her brothers and sisters came up and said good-bye.

    Then, again, when we brought Tavish home, I laid her on the bed in her blanket. Matthew came up and just nuzzled up to her. Then she laid down beside her sister . . like she was going to protect her.

    Their bonds go so deep with each other.

  2. brave, all those who serve, kat...

    sad time whenever a part of the family dies :(

    blessings to you and yours

  3. Paula - Yes, I am truly amazed at how astute dogs really are. I'm sure cats are the same. I will probably have a cat or two later on.

    wolfie - those who serve are THE bravest. And yes, it's very sad when a part of the family dies. I still have a hard time with it...

  4. would think you heartless, otherwise...


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