On the final Monday of July we finally went to the police. Not sure what fell from that...but come August 1st it got really quite and pleasant.
Today we came home from our weekly errand run to a note on the door. It was a drawing of us and a cloud nine. We called the good neighbours and asked if they put it on the door. They had. Apparently the renter from hell is out. Woo hoo. The good neighbours are coming over later this evening with the details.
My face hurts from smiling so much.
It would seem that absurd not to wonder about things all day long and really probably even while we sleep..our unconscious self all proned out dreaming. It is how there is such a tenuous ribbon of connection between the cells in our own body and how that connection places out in all of humankind. We are all on a collision course with the end game and some times our paths connect. Relationships...the one we have with ourself and one we construct with others shift and shape our lives in ways just not always readily apparent.
Sir Marsh Mellow loves this groove in the Lazy Boy recliner.
If I had known it was my awakening at an early hour was all it took to make it rain I would have done ages ago.
It is raining and we are giddy with delight. Hope it continues and it is a gentle soaking rain.
- Current Mood: giddy
It got interesting here yesterday. I should of taken some photos. For those of you who know where I live because you know me in real life may be aware that there are some forest/wild fires burning in the area. One in particular is not that far away as the crow flies. We woke yesterday to weird daylight. It was fairly yellow and rather post-apocalyptic sky. It was surprising to go outside and not be able to smell the of burnt vegetation. The air did and continues to have a throat irritant quality about itself no longer totally invisible quality.
We went for a drive last night and found just 2km further inland that the smoke was thick and visiblity was about 1 km.
It has changed slightly this afternoon at the house as we are getting normal light and some gunk colour in the sky.
We are good and keeping the windows shut. Thankfully we have also had a dip in the temperatures due to this forest fire haze...silver lining.
All of the people and animals in the house are thrilled.
So now we wait for lab reports as we go about our lives.
Seems I have been misdirected in my updating. Lady Ophelia Opus is good as new. She did get a shot on the 25th of May and another on the 5th of June. She is doing great and doesn't have to return to the vet until the 22nd of June so our plans to head to the OC have not been revised. Lady perked up with in a day of the first shot. All is well. The visit to the vet on the 22nd will be to take a urine sample and determine whether or not she needs a third a final antibiotic. This is good news.
We have two different people lined up to feed the fur monsters while we are away. This is good news. We may also have a third person who will come and spend some time hanging out with them a couple of times for a couple of hours every couple of days. It would be great but that is not a for sure.
For those of you in the OC who still read this hopefully a phone call at the very least and an in person visit will be coming your way. No promises, however. This is a visit to check in on Sweetie's parents in their own environment and see how they are doing as they are both past the 80 year mark now.
Waiting on word form the vet the next step. Which will likely be a shot which the resort to when kitty just won't go for the pill. Unfortunately they like to reserve giving a cat the shot because she is young and should she need antibiotics in the future they don't want to have her become resistance to the antibiotic.
Any cat pill giving tips?