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Category Archive: catblogging

Dec 10 2012

Karen Locke, the Introduction

Rocky and Paddy 2012

Hello all!  Dana claims that snagging me for an occasional guest post is a great success on her part, but the truth is I’ve been wanting a blogging outlet for a long time; I just don’t have enough to say to write my own blog (or enough time to say it).  I’m really honored that …

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Nov 14 2012

Kitteh in Winter Sunbeam

Kitteh in Rare Winter

Because, you know, I’m infected by parasites. You all get to suffer. We had a rare interlude of sunshine, which my kitteh enjoyed immensely. She’s elderly, and on these days, I tend to go a bit overboard on the pictures, knowing each and every slight variation in her posture will bring back warm memories one …

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Jun 30 2012

CFI’s Policy, SSA’s Press, and Cromm’s Doom – Happy Caturday, Everyone!

I haz a happee. And it’s not just because I spent all last night and this morning in bed with science, although taking some time to devour a book on random bits of science and reading some nummy posts was excellent. So was having a purring felid curled up with me. But I iz happee …

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Feb 17 2012

Mother’s Little Helper and Other Stories

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I’ve got nothing, really. I was supposed to be watching a movie with a friend who’s in from out of town, but his family kidnapped him. I’ve spent the time finishing The Circular Staircase by Mary Roberts Rhinehart, who has somewhat restored my faith in mystery novels written by late 19th – early 20th century …

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Jan 19 2012

Scenes from Snowpocalyse 2012

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This bird’s arse illustrates how I feel about yesterday: We’re snowed in. I took the day off, and spoke to various relatives regarding deceased and mentally disabled relatives, and prepared to put out a few brush fires which I shall tell you about when we know whether they’re truly out or liable to erupt into …

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Dec 18 2011

Interlude with Cat: Le Miewse

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Yes, that’s the best title I can come up with. It’s late, Aunty Flow’s here, I’m on a variety of OTC painkillers, I’ve been reading for Los Links and also reading a rather mind-bending book by Oliver Sacks, and I think my brain has quietly slipped out the back door and legged it down an …

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Nov 30 2011

I’m Unexpectedly Entertaining

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Not like funny ha ha or dramatic or anything like that sort of entertaining, alas. A very dear friend from Oregon has arrived, and I haven’t got anything pre-written, so I’m afraid it’s the cat for you lot again. I got her with her eyes open, for once: It was a sunbeam sort of day. …

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Nov 28 2011

I’m Running Late. Have a Cat.

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I’ve spent most of the day on the phone with various family members. The problem with getting in touch with people you haven’t spoken to in years is that you get caught up in catching up, and then all your cunning plans for finishing Los Links go right out the door. I could do it …

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Nov 20 2011

Interlude with Cat III: Winter Sunshine

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Our server’s acting the idiot again, and I have to work on my usual day off, plus I’m needing to get some reading done for Los links, so I’m afraid there won’t be substantial posting today. Here. Have a kitty in the sunshine: She’s enjoying one of those rare winter mornings where bouncing sunshine hurls …

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Nov 18 2011

Interlude with Cat II: Moar Labradorite

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Running behind again, I’m afraid. Let me distract you with a cute cat and shiny rock: Okay, one more:

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