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Sunday, December 16, 2007

No Ice That I Can Tell!

Worried enough, I was last night, that I really dreaded going to my client's Christmas Party. I went. It was just raining...cold. I was dreading coming out to freezing rain. But on the way home, the temperature had risen. (Now, mind you, I don't go in much for office Christmas parties, especially when they're held where alcohol is prevalent, so I didn't stay late.)

Besides, I knew I had to spend most of today on my client's books, so I didn't want to be fuzzy-headed!

The feline members of my family do not realize that when I have these workdays at home, they are the ones who REALLY reap the benefit of my association with my client. She is their vet.

I don't think they care. They'd be perfectly happy if they never had to see the vet again. lol

So I was amused to discover that The Meezer finally gave up on trying hard to sit on the computer and reorient my attention to her, and instead, went to curl up on the unmade bed...this is where I found her some hours later...

hmmm...who are you?

mmmmm.....whaddayawant?

Oh. Hi, Mommie

Rub belly, please?

I guess she forgave me, huh?

Now, it's back to holiday gift knitting and, of course, sewing.

But yesterday in advance of the storm, I made a scrumptious chicken "soup." No, really. I cooked. Of course, if you saw it, you'd argue the name for it. Most folks think it's stew. But I just like thick soup.

And garlic bread...and brownies.
(((Hugs)))
Stay Warm!

4 Comments:

Blogger Chris said...

Sounds yummy, that "stew." And glad you didn't encounter the ice!

3:52 PM  
Blogger Debi said...

Sounds yummy...when's dinner? :)

9:08 PM  
Blogger Opal said...

Oh that "soup" sounds delicious. That Meezer is such a pin-up gal. :)

2:04 PM  
Anonymous Mr. Cheddar and Ms. Mitz said...

Meezer you are LOOKING GOOD!!! We love belly rubs and head pats too....

Merry Christmas to you, your mom and all the gang!!

Mr. Cheddar and Ms. Mitz.

1:26 PM  

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