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Quite a cutie

Saturday, March 31, 2012

Tiger is home from the hospital and the neighbor has chosen to jack hammer the new foundation for the house. But he is sleeping as if nothing is happening.
(I hope it is not because he cannot hear it)
The house next door has been sold and the new owner has been unable to get in for a long time because the squatters would not leave and there are laws about tenants when the landlord sells the property. So the week Tiger gets home they start with the demolition.
Anyway life is changing again. I will be going to visit for the first time on Wednesday.
Have a great Palm Sunday.. See you in church? I always resent the people who only come around the holidays and take my favorite spot. So I have to get in early but then they make me squish in... I like to sit in the middle of the row.
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    I can tell you personally, I hate it when someone comes to you at church when you are deep in meditation and says... I believe you are sitting in MY SPOT.. HAHAHAHA I didn't know that there was any reserved seating. Of course I always slide over a bit for them, even if they arrive LATE...

    I am so glad that your new grandson is doing well.

    2075 days ago
    Yes, he IS a cutie!
    I have the same problem with the "squishing" on days when the Convenient Catholics come to Mass. But I am grateful they come at all... on of these days the Holy Spirit might be able to reach some of them, and they will become "regulars" after all! How awesome it would be of we were sandwiched in together at EVERY Mass!!
    I'm looking forward to seeing more pictures of Tiger!
    May you have a blessed Palm Sunday!
    2083 days ago
    glad to hear tiger is getting home. Hope the work around here is not too much annoyance for you all
    2083 days ago
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