We are all under strange and varied circumstances. This is uncharted territory for most of us. How are you handling spending a large part of your day at home? What are you doing to keep your sanity? Do you have children? Are you by yourself? Please let me know in the comments if you like. … More How Are You?
I know I talk about my cat, Norie, (my black cat) often but I have to brag on how smart she is. Norie gets fed 1/2 can of cat food 3 times a day. At night I give her dry food as part of her weight loss program. Through the day she will eat some … More One Smart Cat
Every year I share this post with improvements and more updated videos to educate others about feline asthma. My cat, Norie has feline asthma. Hello! My name is Norie, and I’m a cat. I have a rather unusual problem that lots of people don’t know much about: Cat Asthma. I never thought that a cat … More Hairballs or Feline Asthma???
Where would our lives be without animals. From prehistoric times, they gave us food, their hides for shelter and clothing, tools for weapons, sewing, and creating other necessary items. We observed what they ate, how they protected themselves, where they moved for: warmer weather, better supply of foods, berries and nuts and so many other … More Amazing, Fascinating, Animals
Capturing the facial expressions of people is one of my guilty pleasures. They are fascinating. Often while waiting for someone or some event, I observe people and find it a delightful hobby. Their facial expressions, the way they move, the clothes they are wearing, what they are holding in their hands and who they are … More Portraits of Interesting People
In 1977 the song “Give a Little Bit of Your Love To Me,” written by Roger Hodgson, was sung by his group Super Tramp. It has been used for Christmas advertisements; sung by the Googoo Dolls; sung in honor of Princess Diana, (since it was one of her favorite songs); and played in movies and … More Give a Little Bit of Your Love
For several weeks I’ve had trouble writing a new blog post. I believe the extraordinary, unique stresses, fears, anxieties, irregularities, isolation and other factors from the Covid 19 virus have made it difficult for me to focus and write. Unsuccessfully I tried three times to write one blog post with words that could bring some … More Make Your World Better
My interest in the gifts of being an empath and having empathy began a long time ago. Having empathy or being empathetic means you can understand how someone must feel; another definition to imagine, understand or feel like they do. Being an empath may include the above compassionate abilities but is more a matter of … More Empathy, Empathetic, Empath
How long has it been since you experienced real joy? Yes, I know we have been in a pandemic with all kinds of troubles in the world. But that doesn’t mean that you can’t experience joy every now and then. What has brought you real joy in the past? Sometimes things that bring us joy … More Seek Joy
I love to learn! When I was growing up we had a library of different topics in our home or we could borrow books from the public library about any subject we were curious about. I get excited when I learn things. Knowledge is the key that unlocks so many doors! Knowledge is the bridge … More Access to Knowledge