Saturday, July 30, 2011
Caturday with Emma
Karen Jo: I noticed that neither of you think of stuffies as toys. I even bought one just for you to play with and it always gets ignored when I get it out. Maybe I need to roll it around in nip or something.
It has been forever since you put some new nip out.
Karen Jo: The two of you don't seem to need it. You are lively enough as it is. I will try to remember to put some out on Sunday, though.
There is this very interesting smell in the kitchen.
Karen Jo: I am finally cooking the chicken. I used the recipe that Herman likes -- the one with the Swiss cheese.
I noticed Herman in the kitchen earlier, meowing at you.
Karen Jo: He wanted some cheese, so I gave him a little.
You didn't give me any.
Karen Jo: You didn't ask for any.
I probably wouldn't like it anyway. Herman has started chasing me again. I like it when he will play. I have been very playful. I got one of the balls out of the toy box with holes and knocked it halfway down the hall. Even Herman has been fishing toys out of that box and playing with them. It's fun.
Karen Jo: I am really glad that the two of you are enjoying that toy box so much. At first I wasn't sure that Herman would like it. I knew that you would, though.
I still like Da Bird the best.
Karen Jo: You are certainly putting some wear on it. The feathers are looking pretty scraggly. You don't mind that a bit, so there is no point in getting a new Bird for it yet.
I am glad that you started feeding the birds outside again. I like to watch them.
Karen Jo: I enjoy the chirping. There are definite signs of wildlife coming into town. I saw a bunny on my way to work a couple of days ago and I saw a coyote while I was coming home from work tonight. The paper had a story about a mother black bear and her cub who were in someone's back yard. The fire burned up a lot of their food, poor things. At least the fire is almost out now. The rains have really helped.