rejectomorph (flying_blind) wrote,


The feral cats enjoyed the first of the four mild days in a row we'll be getting. Toward afternoon they moved from the sunny spots where they'd been napping into the shade. The air was brisk enough, but the direct sunlight felt hot. There was also a soft, dry breeze from the north for much of the day, which will help dry things out. My soggy back porch doormat would probably have dried out completely if I'd remembered to hang it over the fence sooner. I didn't get it up there until about three o'clock, though, so it's going to take another day to get dry.

I'm doing triage on my shopping list for tomorrow because the nephew who owes me money (again) didn't come through, and probably won't before I go to the stores. In fact I'll be lucky if he comes through before next weeks shopping trip. Lucky for him I bought well ahead on cat food, because if I ran out of that I'd have to feed him to the cats.

My appointment with the chiropractor is Tuesday, as far as I know. Nobody has called to cancel it, at any rate. It's not a moment too soon, as I haven't had an adjustment for eight weeks, and I really need it. But I just realized that it's going to be on Valentine's Day. I'm not clear on how that holiday works. If I go to the chiropractor on Valentine's Day does that mean I have to take him chocolate or flowers, or even both? Or can I get away with giving him just a card and a kiss? These Christian customs are so confusing to me.

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