Who knew that the most missed pages would be a Hallowe'en
posting? Okay, I've done a quick repost of The
Goblination of the Runt for Pam A, She of the Good Cat Advice
and of the Beautiful Rabbits and of the Glorious Tangerines.
Pam, sorry the photos are so small. I tend to think that only
my extended family reads this stuff. So many of them are still
on dial-up, I try to keep the pictures to something they can
manage. Maybe it's time I checked 'round again to see who's upgraded.
Could be I can upsize the photos now. (But, since I'd have to
rescan all those old photos, don't expect anything bigger 'til
Spring springs, if then!)
The Goblination of the Runt
won't link from every page yet, so if you lose it, go to the
catstuff link page to find it again.
Navigation on my website has always been peculiar. I blame
it on metaphor. We have lived for over thirty years on a street
that is two blocks long---one block of which is one-way going
the wrong way. Worse, we live in a map-spoiled area. On many
maps (including those of the town engineer), we're surrounded
on every side by imaginary streets and the street we live on
continues past our house over a very steep incline. Okay, it's
a cliff. I can walk down with the cats if I'm careful of my footing,
but you sure wouldn't want to drive down it, even if it were
We're forever explaining to delivery folks that, "No,
your map won't work. You can't get here from there." (Here
being straight up the cliff from there.) And, "We're
the last house on the left and, if you miss us, it'll be dramatic."
Repostings On Site
The Goblination of the Runt,
'cause Pam asked for it.
"San-ta" photos (of Ricky, of course):
- Hohoho---The place was a dive.
The hour was late. There were no munchkins. Consider this Ricky's
one contribution to the Santarchy clause---ooops, cause.
These just in...
Pam A also sent me Tree
Decorating 101. (This proves us right in sticking to a traditional
balsam---adult cats can't get that high on the little bendy branches
of a real tree.) A scant two days later, Martina G sent me the
perfect song to go with Pam's link.
I'll post it on my site and hope somebody'll come by and tell
me who wrote it.