I think this is the last set of Thank You posts. This is NOT the last of my gratitude, though. That, I think, shall endure. After this post, I am considering following a cat's example...
That's right! Having a nap. Sounds good to me.
RedSetter stopped by from her blog Gone Beading. I went by and discovered a very crafty person. While I possess not one iota of craft in my body, I do think we share a common attention span. I also met the Snoopervisors, Red and Magic. Go by and leave a word or two. Poor Magic has had a rough time lately, going through ill health, cutting edge surgery, transportation in a train, London traffic, separation from her human and, worst of all, being made to wear a HAT to cover her poor bare bonce! This cat needs some internet love! And, for the record, Max didn't like the hat either.
Karen Jo hasn't posted in quite a while, though one can hardly blame her. Her family of FeLV+ kitties has suffered some heart rending losses in 2014. I don't know if I can fully express my gratitude to her for taking her time to offer words of comfort to us on our loss when her's is still fresh.
Karla Jackson, of no fixed url, lost her beautiful girl a few weeks before we lost Maddie. She says that time is tonic. I feel that she's right, as I weep less now, though I am still so sad...
Ducky, the eponymous cat of Just Ducky sent us purrs from the great state of Wisconsin. It seems to be gardening season there. Unhappily, one of the indoor plants ( a violet. notoriously unstable) cou;dn't take the incarceration and leapt to it's doom from the cofee table! Ducky didn't see nothin'. That's his story and he's sticking to it.
If you want a pet-blog chock full of animals and links look no further than Jan's Funny Farm. It had been a while since I visited. What a place. I do love the interviews! Jan's can introduce you to blogs you've never met. Go!
Finally, and I"m amazed that I've gotten to that word (because I could never have imagined that so many folks knew Maddie or would have wanted to offer comfort to a stranger) BichonPawz proves that love crosses species lines. Chloe and Ladybug seem like two wonderful examples of canine-hood. Thanks, girls, for your kind words. And Chloe? I'm sure you were a great help, but next time try to leave a bit of dirt *in* the garden, hun....
And so, to all a Thank You. You shared our pain and lessened our burden. I am not adequate to the task of repaying your kindnesses.
I'm probably going to take a week or two off. I'll post again, though I'm not sure what, exactly. I hope you'll visit again.