…or, bring it outside to do.
Keith Urban has a song that’s a hidden track on one of his albums. It’s called “The One Chord Song” and is played entirely in one chord…allegedly the chord of “G” (so the lyrics say). It’s hilarious.
The kitty in question is a “he”…not an “it”. And we’re not getting into certain medical procedures; this is a comic strip, and Garfield is clearly a “he”.
When our girls were of an age when computers were needed for homework we got them each a laptop, but they have to be used in the kitchen. Long story.
I love horsing around with my daughters & their friends…and they actually like it when I do.
I’ve seen both movies, and “Singing In the Rain” will always be with Gene Kelly for me (as much as I loved “A Clockwork Orange”).
Sorry…a “spider box” is quite literally a small box we use to catch spiders. It started its life as a cardboard jewelry box (like from a store) and we just keep it handy to catch & release spiders. My girl is quite good at catching them.
My younger daughter’s birthday always lands during February vacation. She hates that she can’t spend her birthday at school.
Yesterday morning, while getting ready for school, my younger daughter caught a spider in our “spider box”. Since she was only 1/2-dressed, she asked me to put it outside for her. What she neglected to tell me was that it was a HUGE Daddy Long Legs! Now, I’m not afraid of spiders, but I was definitely caught off-balance with this one.
Our church will sometimes to “Absolutely Free Car Washes”. We would wash cars and wouldn’t take a dime, even if it was offered. It was done strictly as a love offering from us. It was so much fun; I still have pictures of our older daughter, who was 2, with her big sponge washing a car; there’s also a pic of me spraying down a car, with our younger daughter strapped on me, “holding” the sprayer.