Marilee J. Layman (mjlayman) wrote,
Marilee J. Layman

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Bad Handwriting

Last night I finished the paper and headed to bed to read at 12:30am. I wrote four things on a sticky-note while I read and can only read three today. I went to sleep at 3:30am and turned the noon alarm off, waking at 3am. I'm still sleepy. I think instead of watching a show I'll tape tonight later tonight, I'll save it for another day.

I put more litter in Loki's & Junie's litterbox last night. This is kind of a problem. I ordered from an online company that offered free shipping, so I paid for four of the boxes. What arrived was a really torn apart shipping box made from two light weight boxes taped together. It looked like FedEx had added a couple tapes. And it had four bags of the right litter. I have a lot of problems with bags because they tend to shift in my hands and I like the boxes better. When I emailed them about it, they felt it was my benefit because the bags have more volume and cost more. They also continued to try to get me to set up a delivery schedule. I don't think so! The bags turn out to have a smaller grade of litter, some of it like powder, which makes it clump poorly. I went ahead and gave Loki & Junie one last night because they'll go through it quickly and they'll get the last one, too, and when I have time to do it and rest, I need to empty Spirit's triangle and put in a box of litter (I got two yesterday).

This week's bed linens are being washed and I hope that will help with the oil smell and if not, I'll look for an enzyme cleaner. I need to eat, too.
Tags: food, kitty litter, laundry, reading, sleeping

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