I won’t be with my cats for this Thanksgiving. Wilma, pet sitter extraordinaire will be minding while I visit my father in Georgia. There wouldn’t have been a turkey in the house in Waynesboro. The cats who liked turkey are on the other side of the rainbow bridge and I don’t buy meat of any kind from commercial producers, so no turkey.
I’ll be on the road Tuesday to beat the holiday traffic and coming home Saturday to avoid all those folks driving home on Sunday to be back for work Monday. Sunday will see a lot of truckers on the road too, getting products where they need to be after the business closings and shopping days of the prior week. I used to enjoy driving if the weather was good but people now are too inattentive, frantic and aggressive. Now I focus on arriving at my destination in one piece. My cats count on me.
WordPress is still driving me crazy, refusing to reconnect me with Facebook and continuing to post a notice I should do so before I post. I still have many more files to change permissions on in the website WordPress. This post got “disappeared” three times, as well. But I am going to insist the glass is full as my friend Roger taught me. It may be the top half is full of air but the glass is full. The time and stress of driving to Georgia is offset by making my father happy with a visit and the new cat tree I’ll be bringing home for the cats.
Another short post, I know, but behid the curtain the little man is frantically manipulating his devices to create brilliant wizardry fit for Oz or anywhere else. October was quite an effort, I really liked putting out all that work, I felt really productive, I am thankful I did it, now I know I realize so many more of the ideas I have. So the blogging glass and the writing glass are also full, but the ideas in the air part have not yet condensed into water.
If you are in the U.S. have a good Thanksgiving and if not have a good week.