And we are here to encourage and welcome it with open arms and heart!
We give it our blessings so it
grows wise and wonderful
ages peacefully and quietly
enriches lives all over the world.
Wake up little one.
We are here all waiting for your
eyes to open.
We await your
first smile, first word and
We also respectfully say good bye and thanks to the old year
who worked so hard for the world to survive
so it could pass it's staff to the next one in line.
HAPPY NEW YEAR EVERY ONE!!!
2011 we lost a cat and a dog to old age.
Tatty was close to 18 and Nugget was 15.
Now we still have Precious who my son found down town and brought home
She stayed in the bathroom 5 days before any one noticed she was there lol
She was a tiny thing.
She grew up in Tatty's shadow and loved him so much.
If ever there was another cat near her she would scream blue murder and Tatty would come running to her rescue. He was her hero.
Well Tatty is gone and she has only herself to depend on now.
She was always a timid cat and never listened to anything anyone said to her... till today.
Now when she wants to eat she meows at the front door to be let in and meows to be let out.
When its cold she comes to the back door to scratch on it like Tatty did and then the back window.
When I wave to her to go to the front door, it took her a while but she figured it out and runs back to the front door to be let in.
When one has to, even old dogs can learn new tricks.
'Yes I am' replies the drunk, so the preacher grabs him and dunks him in the river.
asks again, 'Have you found Jesus, my brother?'
The drunk again answers, 'No, I have not found Jesus.'
By this time the preacher is at his wits end so he dunks the drunk in the water again, but this time he holds him down for about 30
When the drunk begins kicking his arms and legs, the preacher pulls him up.
The drunk wipes his eyes and catches his breath and says to the preacher,
'Are you sure this is where he fell in?’