Friday, September 24, 2010

Humane Society

Yesterday I caught the cat, kenneled it and took it all the way to 15th Ave and Hatcher. Is that bleeding heart enough for all of you? I even gave a "donation" to the society. Yesterday afternoon I got a call that I left my drivers license down there. It's only about a 2 hour round trip to go pick it up. Awesome. I needed it today, too, to go get my passport so that I can go to Mexico with all the Wellmans for Thanksgiving. It also happens to be our 15th wedding anniversary that weekend. So, if this delay causes me to get my passport too late and I can't go we will definitely know that NO GOOD DEED GOES UNPUNISHED. That has always been my mom's phrase and Jeff has always thought it was an awful thought. But the more I live life, the more I see how true that phrase really is. And if it's true enough for for a musical to write a whole song around it, then it must be true.
No wonder I hate cats.

5 comments:

Dahlene said...

I'm so glad you would take the time and spend the gas money to take the poor thing somewhere it can be taken care of. I'm sorry you had to drive back to get your license. I hope you get your passport and have a lovely time in Mexico!

Lexi said...

It's true. I don't even want to be near you when you're doing something nice because I don't want to be in the way of the repercussions.

I think I'm going to rename my blog "muttering moments" because I love you.

Melanie said...

I think I'm going to hide under your porch because I love you Lexi.

Katie Price said...

muttering moments is hilarious. i've been laughing for two days about it.

cats are possessed by the devil, mel. why do you think their eyes glow? it's the same as snakes.

i make sense a lot.

Katie Price said...

muttering moments is hilarious. i've been laughing for two days about it.

cats are possessed by the devil, mel. why do you think their eyes glow? it's the same as snakes.

i make sense a lot.