Thursday, April 05, 2007

Technical difficulties

No EDoA posts today, due to technical difficulties caused by too much sneezing. Never fear, they will resume shortly, and I'm going to get all eight days done. Thank you, you may resume your regularly scheduled programming.

PS. Who knew that everyone loved Muppets so much? I am pleased and surprised. =)

PS. #2: Zoe has reached teenage kittendom. Oh boy. We are not good enough for her anymore.

8 comments:

Yasamin said...

aw.. she's goin through her emotional detachment stage. my cat chi is at the "don't touch me until I say its okay" stage. so far.. I figure cats have about 180 stages in life. all highly insane.

hope you have a sneeze guard over your keyboard! :)

chisem said...

I recently saw a t shirt that said: Dogs have masters, Cats have staff.

I'm afraid you're entering the staff stage at your home, much as Schyler put me in my place. My wife gets all the loving as his equal. I'm the staff who gets to change litter box, put out food, and keep water fresh.

I now know my place.

Scott said...

Grendel, our troll kitty (about the same age as Zoe), is also showing his independence. Until recently, he'd only sleep in our room. Now, he comes to us if it's his troll-highness's wish to receive the attention he deserves. The rest of the time, he tortures the other cats or crouches in the windows, trying to figure out how to get at the delicious-looking birds.

Zany Mom said...

This is why I own dogs...

The Anti-Wife said...

The pollen here in the Pacific Northwest is unbearable for those of us with hay fever. I totally sympathize with all the sneezing and am grateful for drugs.

One wonderful thing about having dogs is that they never seem to tire of me and they're always happy to see me. It's really good for the ego!

Yasamin said...

Jenny... I thought you should know that someone has been going onto my blog and posting comments that aren't very kind to you. I'm not sure how far this person is willing to go and I'm not sure whether they are attacking your other blog fans but I thought you should be aware of it.

I've had to change my interface as well as my blog security to prevent it from happening again. I don't know this anonymous person personally, but my sitemeter has picked up their IP Address.

Just an FYI.

Thanks.

Jenny Rappaport said...

Unfortunately, there are trolls out there, and there's not much I can do about it. Thank you for defending me though, yasamin! It's very sweet. =)

The Anti-Wife said...

I had the same experience with an anonymous commenter as yasamin. Fortunately, I have the ability to reject comments before they are published. There are way too many stupid people in the world.