Tuesday, March 10, 2009

Old Beans

Today is overcast with a steady rain. The most challenging thing to cross my path this morning was teaching another abandoned kitty (I've christened "Jet") how to use the kitty door in the Shop from Hell. I thought Jet was maybe not as bright as her shiny black coat and had forgotten how to use the door.However, the problem was actually this and Jet kept returning to the house to tell me all about it. Jet is now inside the Shop from Hell, cozy and dry and The Cat now sits at my backdoor complaining about this new live-in.This afternoon I go with the doctor to visit One Old Man. I hope he will allow us to start a bit of cleanup. I keep mentioning it each time I visit. Our weather has begun to warm and I noticed Sunday how the place was a little more ripe. Yesterday, I found him some new trousers and cozy fleece tops at the farm supply store in Town.He likes the sturdy no nonsense clothing at the farm supply store. Farmers don't put up with a lot of nonsense. I have another pot of soup to take too. He wouldn't let me take out the bit of leftover soup from the week before. "It's better the older it gets," he protested, after having told me his "insides" felt a little upset. I suspect it was old beans.


Jeanne said...

Love all that you post.
Love you

Patricia said...

Old beans, for sure! God bless you, Trish. ((((Hugs)))) I'd love to hear from you and know how you are doing. We are leaving in the morning for a week away from home. I don't know how often I'll be able to get online. My laptop died sometime before Christmas and much will depend on how much Emily lets me use her laptop while we are on the road...or even if I want to, if you know what I mean. But I don't want to leave home without knowing how I can be praying for you.