A Classic Case of Whodunnit

THE CRIME:  Dog food scattered throughout the kitchen and living room.CLUES:  Whole and partially chewed food particles, droplets of water, and a small leaf from a backyard tree.  Not a pet in sight.  No witnesses.THE SUSPECTS1.  Oliver.  Domestic short hair orange cat.  Age: 4.  Height:  13.5 inches.  Weight: 16 lbs.Known for late-night and pre-dawn solo … Continue reading A Classic Case of Whodunnit

How To Tell Your Cat’s An Asshole

Meows for food, takes 2-3 bites, and leaves his food bowl for the dogs to finish.  Ten minutes later, he’s back for more.  As in – 2 bites more.  It’s the game that keeps going and going and going….Wants nothing to do with you all day, until 4 o’clock in the morning.  Then paws your … Continue reading How To Tell Your Cat’s An Asshole

The Employment Odyssey And Why I’ll Never Look At LOL the Same Way Again

The BackstoryMany years ago, when I was a stay-at-home mom who wasn’t allowed to work outside the home, whose then 2-year-old daughter would be diagnosed with type 1 diabetes (thus presenting yet another argument for staying home), I began looking into ways to earn without having to leave home.  I had already taken on the … Continue reading The Employment Odyssey And Why I’ll Never Look At LOL the Same Way Again