Monday, March 23, 2015

Life is going on

This was Bella's favorite perch when we were out in the barn/greenhouse area.  Surveying his kingdom.  

Thank you to everyone of you for your kind thoughts and prayers about Bella.  He still has not returned and as I do not have a sense of his "spirit" anyplace close, I don't know what else to do but think of him in the arms of his angels. 

Meanwhile the kids have stopped sitting on the back porch and staring into space, and they are eating again - not that I was worried that they would starve to death, I think Gracie must weigh about 20 pounds!  But for the first 10 days or so, they just didn't seem that interested in food.

But they definitely are interested in snuggles - big time - ask my how easy it is to type with a cat on your lap.  And he doesn't "perch" - he kind of spreads out to be as comfortable as he can get - laying on my keyboard tray - silly cat...

Both The Shepherd & I have had bad head colds/cough/laryngitis/sneezy type stuff.  I even took a day off work last week - I think George was the only one who got any sleep that night.... I probably should have taken two days off especially since one of my jobs is to answer the phone, and that is pretty hard to do when you sound like a squeaky toy

We sheared a couple of weeks ago, and I have lots of pictures of pretty fleeces - I'll try to post them this next week.



Lilylou said...

Sometimes closure is just no fun at all, but it's necessary for us to resume and remake our routines after losing a beloved being. Thinking about you and hoping life improves a lot soon.

Jans Funny Farm said...

Very sorry to read that Bella disappeared. We do hope that perhaps he will unexpectedly turn up. It has been known to happen. We know you are sad wondering where he is and if he is okay.

Momma Maria said...

Hi Tina, I'm sorry to hear Bella hasn't returned - the not knowing would be the worst part of it all for me too. All cats have such unique personalities that even those that remain that we love to pieces, cannot fill the hole left by another.

Tammy said...

My heart is so sad for you. I was so hoping he would show up. We must go on, but they sure leave such a large hole for being so tiny. Still praying he comes home.

Kathy said...

Keeping you in my heart and prayers, dear friend.