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We live in a world of out-of-control, in-your-face, over-my-dead-body, I dare ya, extremism salted with flagrant I’m-not-doing-that, I deserve better, where’s mine? kinda chumps.Lovely.So glad to know you.I prefer in-control, space respecting, join me won’t you?, inclusionism (is that a word?) sugared with fragrant I’ll handle-that put your dogs up, you deserve better, let’s share […]

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  • michelle - Inclusionism? Is that a word? Well, it is now (if it wasn’t before, and I’m too lazy to Google it…)
    Ha! You made me feel kinda guilty with mention of those things to remember to do… which is a good thing…

    • A Pleasant House - Well, you’re a busy beaver here this morning- and I’m THRILLED! GUILT is a powerful tool don’t ya know! Hahahaaa.ReplyCancel

  • Janie Emaus - Giving back is my motto!ReplyCancel

    • A Pleasant House - When Ben and I adopted a young man at age 17, I thought maybe we had filled that glass full, and yet, here I am working with high school kids in an afternoon program and saving the animals around town. Guess it’s just in my nature. Women.ReplyCancel

  • Natalie DeYoung - I want those shoes, in purple.

    • A Pleasant House - Aaaaaghhhhh. PURPLE? Yuck! I love ya Nat but PURPLE!!!! Though, with your gorgeous coloring, maybe. PS: Read your post today. Glad you got away and recharged, I know the feeling. I think I left a comment. I hope so. XXXOOOReplyCancel

  • Lucy Pireel - Love those shoes! And the attitude! My kind ‘a woman 🙂ReplyCancel

  • bookworm - I must know the story of those shoes!!ReplyCancel

  • Blogwati Gee - Oooooh, my last piece was on eclectic shoes too. Happy to be here. And yes, hear you loud and clear. So many things TO DO, so little time. I need to get my act together. Will strike some of them, asap.ReplyCancel

  • Rich Rumple - You really don’t wear those shoes, do you? lol I’m afraid the world is passing us by. The type of people you talk of to begin with is the “Me” generation and are taking over the sanity of the world with their insanity. The have no tolerance for others and are only selfish in their interests. They’re everywhere! Very scary. It reminds me of the society in which an old movie, “Soylent Green” described … one that would send anyone over 40 to the factories to be turned into food for the youth of the day. It’s amazing to me that with this being the Age of Communication, how little the youth of today actually see and hear. Good post!ReplyCancel

    • A Pleasant House - I’d like to craft a witty retort to your thoughtful comment but I think between the two of us we could rule the world! And of course I wear those shoes (heheheeeee). Hugs & Kisses Rich! Your my man!ReplyCancel

  • William Kendall - That shoe is an invitation to being attacked by a cat.ReplyCancel

  • Anonymous - I couldn’t resist commenting. Perfectly written!

    Feel free to surf to my web page :: http://marined3rblogs.com, ,ReplyCancel

OK.I know.Two days of cat posts!You’re bored out of your minds.Ready to leave me forever.Cheryl’s gone fuzzy-butt crazy.Maybe.But, if there’s an Apocalypse and I need someone to watch my back, keep me warm, kiss me, and keep me fed… Earl’s my man. Fishing in the Fountain-cat style.We have Koi. Tweet

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  • House Crazy Sarah - Is that in your yard Cheryl? It sure is nice and moist and green there!ReplyCancel

  • Stacia Ellermeier - oooh stoooop… i love kitt-ehs!ReplyCancel

    • Cheryl Nicholl - hahahaha (really) that’s what I’m doing rifling through all of your comments today. You make me laugh- and that ain’t easy woman. ps: I hope I’ve responded with the correct reply tab cause my brain hurts and I’m getting all bloggy slap happy.ReplyCancel

  • Roshni AaMom - Your yard definitely looks lovely! And, Earl looks beautiful!ReplyCancel

    • Cheryl Nicholl - Why thank you my beautiful Indian Princess. That is the wet part of the yard- if you can call it a yard- more like two courtyards- one front, one towards the back. No grass! Not one blade! All brick. Earl loves it.ReplyCancel

  • Sue - Two days of kitties? How did I get so behind! Another great photo by you I think.ReplyCancel

  • deeprooted - oh, how this made me smile! I missed your light, easy and fresh voice, so refreshing!ReplyCancel

    • Cheryl Nicholl - What a wonderful compliment Petra! Thank you. I miss your ‘voice’ as well- so I check in often. HahahahaReplyCancel

  • William Kendall - One can never have too many cat blogs!

    Earl looks like a striking fellow…ReplyCancel

  • Cheryl Nicholl - Ya know It makes me crazy to see all of the ‘cat’ blogs out there- and yet, there I am- posting about the cats. Aaghhhhh! And, yes, Earl is a striling fellow and a lover.ReplyCancel

     About a month ago, we (I) adopted a new little girl.     Yes, we do that. We’re that kind of cool.     She’s adorable, and sweet, and funny, not potty trained (yet) has a birth defect and she’s a cat.     I’ll let my awesomeness spread over you for a sec.     Her […]

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  • enchantedseashells.com - I knew you were awesome but when you did THIS it just confirmed that I’m right as usual. The greatest of karma to you for taking in a kitty that needed a loving home!ReplyCancel

    • Cheryl Nicholl - That Karma thing is real – isn’t it (not really a question). She is our little gift and I’ll keep everyone posted (but you may be the only one who get’s it- that’s fine with me). XXXOOOOReplyCancel

  • Stacia Ellermeier - i just can’t stop laughing… reminds me of when my cat once broke his back leg and it was in a cast and it would flop all over the place when he thought he was good and healthy… only he wasn’t. it was hi-larious!! and your hubs wuvs her… 😉ReplyCancel

    • Cheryl Nicholl - Stacia- I just replied to your comment hitting the WRONG button, so I’m just giving you a heads-up that I did reply. Jesus- I need a drink.ReplyCancel

  • Cheryl Nicholl - Yes the hubs does wuv her. He’s such a macho man that way. We’ve been going to specialists to find an answer for her ‘needs’ and it turns out EVERYONE think the leg needs to be amputated. So, June 19th is the day. You know what I’ll be posting about….ReplyCancel

  • Sue - Oh my you and the hub have such big hearts. I like that about you and him. A lovely couple who share their awesome lives with a kitty in need. I am also very impressed that the boys get along with the new girl. I always picture fur flying when two cats meet. I look forward to more about Little Miss Peg! Love her colors too.ReplyCancel

    • Cheryl Nicholl - I like a man with a big heart- as well as other things. And updates are, of course, food for fodder in this blog. Bahahaha!!!!ReplyCancel

  • William Kendall - She’s got you both wrapped around her paw, of course. As it should be.ReplyCancel

Need I say more?(because if I do I’m shit out of luck) Tweet

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