It is time for our pal The Cat On My Head’s Sunday Selfie. I snapped my picture as I was telling a tale of the zombie from hell…Kali wet herself and ran to the kitty litter. Mom didn’t wet herself but had eyes as big as saucers. Me? I had a jolly good mew! Join our friends and either join the models or have a furry nice compliment for each anipal.
I’m pointing with my eyes to the zombie and who walks up onto the deck but dad after digging in the garden and he was pooped. That’s when Kali tore out to the kitty litter. MOL I love it…this is fun.
Normally this is a happy blog and a place of sanctuary from the battering of life but last night Easy left us for the Rainbow Bridge. We adored Easy and he was a good friend to us girls, often offering us DIY info. When you get down to it, Easy was a friend to all in Blogville. He loved everyone. Thanks Sammy of,One Spoiled Cat. You have managed to put together a beautiful tribute picture for us to remember him by.
We loved Easy and will always adore his memory. At this sad time, a picture keeps popping up in mom’s mind and it warms her heart. We wish to share it with you and it is meant in love and respect. Every time mom looks at this picture of Easy arriving at Shoko’s 7th Gotcha Day Party from France, she gets a smile on her face. We hope it brings a smile to your face also.
Watch over all your friends in Blogville, Easy. We love ya! We will always be your Catada Cats.
The Cat on My Head is hosting a blog hop today of selfies. Pop over and see my friends in all their selfie best.Here I am resting on the back of the love seat. It was warmer outside when this was taken last month. I didn’t feel like smiling but I’m not crying. hehe
Kali just HAD to have a picture in this post too. It’s only fair Shoks, you were in my post last Caturday. No I wasn’t. You sure were…you were wanted DEAD OR ALIVE. That’s right….gee that picture was fun. MOL OK, let’s see something different that would suit your personality, Kali.How’s this for fitting my personality, Shoko? This magnificent picture was done in photofunia by Lexi the schnauzer’s mom. I just love it!
This gorgeous black and white picture of moi was a gift from Dezi and Raena’s mom of Dezizworld blog. The only thing mom added was a frame.
I see London I see France I can tell at a glance You’re wearing pink underpants.
1. My nickname is…. THUNDERPAW. WHAT IS THAT NOISE IN THE HALL AT 3am. IT’S A BALL, NO, ITS A HORSE, WRONG AGAIN, IT’S THUNDERPAW. DOWN THE HALL, THROUGH THE BEDROOM, RUNNING UP THE CAT STAIRS, AROUND THE PILLOWS, TIME TO PAW MOM ON THE SHOULDER, HARDER IF SHE DOESN’T WAKE. THAT’S HOW I GOT THE NAME THUNDERPAW.
2. The first thing I ever won was FROM THE CAT ON MY HEAD BLOG. IT WAS A COUPLE OF YEARS AGO. I CAN’T REMEMBER THE NAME BUT IT WAS THE CUTEST LITTLE HARD COVER PICTURE BOOK. WE DO LOVE OUR BOOKS.
3. I have never been to ….. VISIT EINSTEIN OF TOMCAT COMMENTARY BY TIM IN PENNSYLVANNIA BUT WOULD LOVE TO GO.
Hi ya fellow food fanatics and welcome to Fozziemum and Piglove’s Shopping Around the World. Today we are going to make a dish which both mom and dad love. The dish is simple. That’s exactly why mom likes it. Not many ingredients and takes about 2 minutes to make up. You can add more vegetables and really have your whole meal in one casserole dish. Mom usually throws everything together in the casserole dish and then there’s only one dish to clean. Lazy or what?
Pork Chops in Gravy
2 bone-in pork chops……………..$3.99 a Ib. at Real Canadian Superstore
1 pkge. Clubhouse Mushroom Gravy………………………$1.39 at Superstore on sale.
If you want you can add mini potatoes, carrots, onions, garlic, red pepper or any ingredient your heart desires. Caution: if you are piling the extras in with more pork chops, you’ll need more packages of gravy.
The cool part of this dish, beside the taste, is the only calories are in the pork chops. No fattening gravy to add extra weight to those hips.
Mom puts the pork chops under the broiler for 2 minutes on each side to burn off the extra fat. She pulls out a 1.5 qt. casserole dish and whisks the gravy and water in the casserole dish. After patting the chops dry with a paper towel, she puts the chops into the gravy in the casserole dish.
Turn the oven to 250 degrees and cook for 2 and a half hours or when the chops are fall apart tender. Voila….done! You’re right, these chops are supplied by Mr. Google. Mom made a sandwich for supper….its too hot to have the oven on tonight. The pork chops look the same as the ones supplied by Mr. Google though.