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Thankful Thursday

We had an awesome day on Easter Sunday.  It was such a warm day that we all went out on the deck.                                                                           

Shoko came out and even touched noses with Budd. Then Shoks made a wide circle around him and went onto the lawn. Go figure….maybe Shoks is just weird specially around male cats!

We are joining Brian‘s Home blog for Thankful Thursday.  Click on Brian’s Home in red or the badge and join our friends being Thankful for what they have.                                                            The Easter Bunny left baskets for mom and dad and a big tub of greenies for us.                                                                     

To say we were delighted as were mom and dad is saying the very least. This was a hoppy happy Easter for all of us.  Looks like mom got more than dad….that’s how dad wanted it….no problemo then.

We got ham for a snack in the evening.

Budd tucked into his ham snack like it could run away.


So this is ham!

         Yuck!!  I don’t like it.  Would you like it Shoko?  The pieces are so big!

Um….this ham is in big chunks….How big do you think my mouth is?                                                                      No, I don’t like this meat….you can have it dad.   Um… There seem to be a couple of pictures headed for “Photo Fails.”

 

We played around near the computer.                                                                       
Shoko read the Easter Cards we received from our friends.

Later in the day it rained but dad ran outside to try and get the picture of the stuffies in the window.

These stuffies are for the dedication of the front line workers and any kids that might get a chuckle out of them See, I’m considered a stuffie!

We are so fortunate to have these things to be thankful for and  on that note we all went off to bed.

Mom read to us and I hugged her tablet.

The end of a perfect day at Fort Meezer.

 

Sparks of Support

Today is Sparks Monday with Annie of McGuffy’s Reader.  She thought a positive thought to start the week will bring positive results and I agree.                                                 

I got to thinking about my family and the positive feelings I get from them.  They do a lot for me.                                                   

When I get sad, mom is there with some kinda treat to cheer me up.  She reads to me and gives me cuddles when I’m having a tough time.  Shoko calls me”Fuzz Face” or some such name to let me know I’m special to her.  She’s not a mushy girl so one must read between the lines.  Dad, well he’s extra special in his way.  He’s learning how to talk with us and we love him for it.  He’s kinda unsure but is relaxing and we talk back to him.  He spent many years working away from home so we didn’t know him that well.  Well, he’s a terrific guy.  We know if we go to him he will help us with whatever problem we have.  That’s my family, real and always there for support.  

I try to always remember no matter how bad things get, my family is always there for me.

ATTENTION: Elaine Faber, that fabulous writer of The Black Cat Series and Mrs. Odboddy series has a free copy of Mrs. Odboddy, The Hometown Patriot, available on Kindle.  Check http://tinyurl.com/hdbvzsv to see if it’s still free.  I love to get something for free, how bout you?  We loved this book, You’ll laugh at her persnickety ways. You’ll be hooked on her mysteries. Mrs. Odboddy could be a Crotchety Cougar for sure!