Nights have turned cool, allowing the attic to vent the days heat before the next day begins. I haven't had to use the air conditioner. That means a lower bill, which leaves more money to buy cat food. Instead of being impoverished by the utility company, I'll be impoverished by the exploding population of cats. For the last couple of days, mom cat, small gray cat, and Farrah have all been hanging out in my back yard. Alger shows up once or twice, usually late evening and early morning before dawn. I haven't seen the three new kittens for a couple of days , though. I don't know if they are hiding somewhere nearby or if something has happened to them. Food does disappear rapidly though, so maybe they are coming to eat while I'm not around. Unless raccoons are eating it.
It's the weekend already. I'll have to go shopping again. I continue to be gravely disappointed by the failure of science to invent those pills we were promised that would serve as a substitute for meals. If they existed I wouldn't have to shop for anything but beer and snacks, saving two hours a week. Popular Mechanics lied to me when I was a kid! I never got my hovercraft either. And where are the damned monorails? All I've got is this lousy computer. I have seen the future, and it's a disappointment.