The tale of the Twister….
So I come downstairs this morning after getting to sleep in a bit and I see this:
Since I was so bleary-eyed from actually getting to SLEEP for a few hours, I couldn’t see what Ang’s cat Twister was messing with until he moved a little bit, and to me, it looked like he had a piece of chicken.
But I got down a little closer and I could see that it was a cookie. A peanut butter cookie, to be exact. Made with rapeseed oil-free peanut butter, which is considerably more expensive than the regular kind. And therefore not something for a cat to consume (not that chicken was a better alternative.) It appears that Ang’s cat Twister has become adept at un-lidding the cookie container and extracting one for himself.
He didn’t eat all of it. He just ate the bottom part off it and left a bunch of crumbs in his wake. The girls are refusing to clean it up. They say I should have grabbed that cookie away from him as soon as I saw it. I told them I thought it was chicken. They reminded me it’s been the better part of a week since we’ve had chicken, so how could it be chicken!?
Anyway, Twister departed the room as this exchange was going on, and as I went into the office so we could get to work on Ang’s book photos, I observed this:
The little monster.
So that’s how my day is going….we’re fighting with the scanner….we’ve lost some important photos, as in, lost in the move back in the spring; who knows where they are, can’t be reproduced, they are of dead people (well, they’re dead now.) So we’re trying to avoid a high-speed comeapart over these unforeseen things, trying to make it work….there’s not a lot of news happening right now, and we’re getting ready to go into writing week so what news there has been or will be will appear in the print version, on stands November 2. If you haven’t renewed and don’t think you have time to get your check or money order in, you can always hit the PayPal link here at the site; whatever you do, renew or subscribe, because our subscriptions are part of what keeps this little operation afloat, and we want to keep bringing you the REAL stories behind the stories in southern Illinois!
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