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I live in a small town in southern Wisconsin (population around 1600). I love animals, especially cats and dogs. I like gardening (both vegetables and flowers) and I like to read. I work in the garden center at a Walmart in Madison, WI. In the off season, I work in back-to-school, Halloween, Christmas, etc. AKA - "Seasonal". But garden season is by far my favorite.

Recent Comments

  1. about 24 hours ago on Ten Cats

    Really cold here again – down to 9° F as I drove home from work last night (at 11:00 P.M.). I have not heard how warm it’s supposed to get today, but I’m going to warm my kitchen a bit with my oven. I’m going to bake chocolate drop cookies in the afternoon.

  2. about 24 hours ago on Ten Cats

    It was great seeing you here yesterday, Marge! Don’t be such a stranger! We love hearing from you!

  3. about 24 hours ago on Ten Cats

    Today is:

    Happy Hour Day. I’m happy because it’s my day off, so I’ll be happy for more than an hour. Yes, I know that’s not what this means. But as a non-drinker, I have a different idea of “Happy Hours”.

    National Chicken Soup For the Soul Day. I like the “Chicken Soup” books. I have quite a few of them.

    National French Dip Day

    National Pizza With the Works Except Anchovies Day. I don’t do “the works” I don’t eat pizza very often. I’m not a big fan of pizza. But when I have it, I like extra cheese, some bacon bits and pineapple.

    And I forgot one yesterday. Yesterday was Remembrance Day in Canada.

  4. 2 days ago on Ten Cats

    Today is:

    Veteran’s Day. Thank you to all our veteran’s for your service to our country. And don’t forget – no mail today because it’s a national holiday.

    It is also National Sundae Day. It’s a little cold for eating ice cream,but I think I can handle it.

    On another note, it snowed again today. We’re breaking snow and cold records all over the place and winter has not even officially begun. We didn’t get fall at all. No pretty fall colors – the trees still had leaves on them when we got the snow, then the leaves all turned brown and lots of brown leaves are still clinging to the trees.

  5. 2 days ago on Ten Cats

    That sure had to be a hefty kitty for sure! If any of my cats rolled back the scale 50 pounds, they’d pass by the zero and their weights would be in the upper 200’s (I think the scale goes up to 300, but I haven’t stepped on it in a long while, so I could be wrong). Now if I rolled the scale back 50 pounds, I’d be closer to what I should weigh – maybe even slightly underweight.

  6. 3 days ago on Ten Cats

    Today is:

    International Tongue Twister Day. Here is one of my favorite tongue twisters.The sixth sick sheik’s sixth sheep’s sick.

    National Forget-Me-Not Day

    National Vanilla Cupcake Day. Maybe I should bake some cupcakes & take them to work.

    US Marine Corps Birthday.

    It’s also another birthday today. HAPPY BIRTHDAY, Marge!

  7. 3 days ago on Ten Cats

    7:00 A.M. is too early to get up anyway. At least, for me it is. And my cats tend to agree.

  8. 4 days ago on Ten Cats
    - yep, I always stop and greet cats I see in people’s windows!. Heck – I loved ALL of the pictures!
  9. 4 days ago on Ten Cats

    I love #9. I have a wall hanging with that phrase on it. And the white cat with the black tail & spots by its ears looks like my Ozzie

  10. 4 days ago on Ten Cats

    I drive 21 miles to work through a lot of farm country, so I see quite a bit of wildlife. There is one house where I see turkeys congregate so much that I sometimes wonder if the people in that house are feeding them. None of the neighboring farm houses have so many turkeys in their yards. I mostly see raccoons since I drive home late at night, but I see an occasional possum or deer and a couple times I saw a coyote. I’ve also seen a crane a couple times while driving to work. And there are still patches of flooded farm fields that never dried out after last year’s flood (they looked like ice rinks all last winter) where I will see flocks of geese enjoying the water. I used to see lots and lots of cows on my drive, but now there are not a lot of farms with cows anymore.