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Marilee J. Layman

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05:30 pm: Turkey and Dream
Well, today I tried the heated cubed turkey bits with heated turkey gravy over the top. Nobody would eat it. Shiva even scratched at the side to bury it. So I put a packet of wet food on top and it eventually all got eaten. I think that's my last try at getting rid of the packets. I'll have to use the turkey gravy on noodles for me, or something.

This morning I dreamed that I was in my van with Smokey, a very smart cat who died almost 10 years ago, and I couldn't remember where I lived. I didn't have my wallet with me and I stopped several places asking them to look my name up on their computers, but nobody would do it. Finally, Smokey and I tried a small business on a side road and the man said the computers were in another building. We followed him down a dirt road and then went into a warren of buildings that looked like a commune. It turned out their computers didn't connect with the net, so I asked why he'd brought us and he said they had an apartment I could live in. I took a look and it was a small room furnished by leftover things. Even if it'd been a nice room, I didn't want to live in the commune. Then it came to me and I whispered "nine four six eight" to Smokey, whose tail went up and he led me back out to the car to go home. Of course, in real life, I have a bright pink sheet with all my medical info, including my address, in the blue visor of the van.

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Date:December 11th, 2007 05:07 am (UTC)
Oh, Marilee, you are a delight. I'm still chuckling over you planning to eat your homemade cat food yourself because the cats don't like it. That is just precious. (Old responses still due, I'm just doing a brief look at today.)
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Date:December 11th, 2007 06:10 am (UTC)
Hey, it's after midnight! Happy Birthday!

It's not so bad -- they'll still get the heated cubed turkey bits under the packet (they're all gaining weight and eating more of the dry food, too), I'll just have to keep using the packets. That's an added $175 or so a year, but I can handle that. The turkey gravy is from a jar and rather than throw it out, I'll just have it over some starch.
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