Yes, of course it was her fault — one of those things that you realize afterwards was a stupid thing to do.
Many years ago a friend of mine let her small child hold her keys. When they got in the elevator in their high-rise apartment building, he dropped them through the tiny slot between the elevator car and the side of the shaft. Someone had to turn off the elevator and go in at the bottom of the shaft to find them. Needless to say he [the kid] did not get to hold the keys again in that situation.
I used to carry a small mirror (such as you would keep in your purse) in my jacket pocket so I could use it as a rear-view mirror and see what was going on in the baby carrier.
There are fire ants in Maine, a different kind from the ones in the South, but they are aggressive and they do sting.
Nushi was good to let you know that she did NOT want a triple stick. A pretend bite is a very civilized way of communicating.Let us know what the vet says about the wounds, please. Happy 11-month birthday and many happy returns of the day!
My great-grandmother worked as a maid in a fancy English manor and she said the ladies used to wear little ivory elbow connectors on their pinkies when they drank their tea.
In the Online Etymology Dictionary the header for its entry is catawampus. There’s an interesting etymology there. https://www.etymonline.com/search?q=catawampus
They each (the People) have their own drink container: a regular cup, a cool sports bottle with a plastic straw, and a sippy cup with two handles. Nice!
I doubt that either will fall. They are sitting in a tree that’s very grippable with one’s claws: the cat-alpa.
The Schuyler Mice!