: It’s so hot outside eggs fry themselves in the steam coming off the pavement. So it’s important to be efficient when working outside. But tell that to my Husband. At least I’ve been making headway in my writing—check out today’s post for more info in “Temp 112F? Let’s Go Write,” on WrathofKitties.com
Ever wonder what dreams are made of? Fireflies and failures. And of course, cats. Check out today’s post, “Firefly Dreams,” on MGSpear.com.
Overwhelmed and overworked. But the semester is over, and I’m ready for a short break from all the stuff on the back burner. The cycle never ends. It’s good to have goals, and it’s good when you’re finally done painting. Check out today’s post, “Painting Don’t Stop: Update Between Semesters,” on MGSpear.com.
Burnout sucks. Especially if you’re an overused, exhausted fountain bombarded by kitties all day. Good thing there’s a spreadsheet for that. Wait, what?? Find out the connection in today’s post, “Water Feature Burnout,” on MGSpear.com.
Give a dog a bone? Yeah that didn’t work. Wesson just tosses aside all my fancy toys in lieu of cardboard and stuff. What are you tossing aside because you don’t think it’s good enough? Check out my post, “Dirt Clod Dog,” on MGSpear.com.
What is nirvana? It’s a cat sunning itself on a cat tree? And what can that teach us? Find out in today’s post, “Cat Tree Motivation,” on MGSpear.com.
Have you ever wanted something really badly? I did once. In fact, I almost ruined my car trying to reach the destination. Read all about it in today’s post, “Travel Tales: Muddy Woes,” on MGSpear.com.
Cat + automated feeder. Not too bad. Hangry cat + automated feeder—watched out world, you might not want to stop that train. Check out Elsa in “The Running for the Food,” on MGSpear.com.
Numbers and words—not everyone’s good at both. We all have our strengths and weaknesses, and the trick is to harness technology to make it look like we are professionals. Do you trust me to do your taxes now? Check out today’s post, “Strength and Weaknesses,” on MGSpear.com.
The New Year is supposed to be brought with celebration, not calamity. It was just one thing after another, starting with the Christmas holidays. But with every cloud there’s always a ray or two that peeks out. Catch the drama and outcome in today’s post, “Christmas 2022 & New Year’s 2023: Disaster Strikes,” on MGSpear.com.