I don’t know….would you want to go back to start this year over? Sure would be nice to never have heard the words “COVID-19,” or “social distancing,” or “stay at home,”, “face masks.” And the last few weeks? Well, that’s a blog for another forum, not here, not by me.
We all continue to learn how to navigate the uncharted waters of this pandemic. We are at the place in this unprecedented time where we now start to look to the future.
Gratitude: being more aware, and therefore more thankful, of what you have than what you lack.
We are all in this together. I’m sure you’ve heard this countless times in the last few weeks, and it certainly is true.
Editor’s note: As we ache for our volunteers, visitors, and assorted friends/buddies/pals of two species, the next best thing to a visit is a guest blog post. Thank you, dearest Sue, for this beautiful missive. Fellow volunteers and other valiant Tabby’s Place people: if a blog post is percolating within you, hit me up. You […]
Here’s a not-so-newsworthy newsflash: I was once a wee one.
In 1994, I adopted my first kitten.
Is there anyone out there who has managed to escape what we humans call “hurt feelings?” I hope there is; however, I can say I am not such a one.
Editor’s note: Kittens, it’s my joy to introduce you to a new voice on this blog. Sue the Splendorous is not new to us at Tabby’s Place. She’s been a beloved volunteer for years. But now, Felis Catus is richer for her words and her heart. We’re all (feline and human) in for a treat… — A.H.