Again with the Hamilton references! But, really, that score is so relatable sometimes. The house is, indeed, a lot quieter. We've lost our grouchy, talkative, always-underfoot fuzz butt, and it's tough to do much more than mope on the couch and force repeated snuggles on his brother. [Raven is sort of up in the air … Continue reading It’s Quiet Uptown
So, that last post was a bit of a downer. Not that I'm sorry about it. Life is full of both the joys and the sorrows, and I think it's a mistake to avoid talking about tough situations and topics. That being said, this post will likely be a lot cheerier. With pictures! (instead of … Continue reading What To Do In the Meantime
We've been playing a long game of "try this and see" with Alvin's health for the past eight months. He's been on and off liver supplements, antibiotics, steroids, Vitamin B12 shots, and so much more since August, when he first started losing weight and acting differently. In January, we even had to take him in … Continue reading When Bad News Is Good News
If coffee were to disappear from the face of the earth tomorrow, I would not be alarmed. I rarely drink the stuff. When I do, it's in the rare form of a mocha or similar drink. The disappearance of tea, however, would be a disaster. I love tea. Which is fairly obvious to anyone who … Continue reading Tea’s Up!
As is very clear on this blog (and probably within about 15 minutes of meeting me...less, if Alvin has bid me farewell that morning by rubbing against my pant leg), I live with cats. Two of them. Alvin is featured quite heavily here, and on Facebook, largely due to the fact that he does so … Continue reading The Love of a Good Cat