Monthly Archives: May 2019

Frivolous Friday – Whisker Stress

We’ve talked about this before. Cats have whiskers for a reason—to help them navigate in dim light and to guide them in precarious situations. The theory is that a cat uses his whiskers as a guide in entering a narrow … Continue reading

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Thoughts for Thursday – Collections—a Joy or a Burden

Do you collect things—heart-shaped rocks, hat pins, Olympic emblems, anything with snails on it, or interesting vases? I think a lot of us have collections. I used to collect thimbles and I still have about 100 of them. At least … Continue reading

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Wild (and Sometimes Crazy) Wednesday – May Day Warning

Are you old enough to remember the Maypole—a pole with colored streamers hanging from it? At school, if you were a lucky one, you’d get to grab a streamer and dance around the Maypole weaving in and out among other … Continue reading

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