Thursday, August 27, 2020

 A weekly heartbreak

Having age-related kidney disease, our Steveston cat Roi needs help to remain hydrated.

Every Thursday, we hook him up with an ivy line to administer his subcutaneous fluids.

He tries to escape but, not being fast enough, can only seek refuge in a bookshelf.

This is so heartbreaking but so necessary to protect his well being.

My poor baby!

 A staycation in Vancouver (in 83 seconds)

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It was a short getaway but felt like a real vacation. Vancouver is really worth re-discovering, especially since travels are so limited since the Covid 19 pandemic outbreak.

Go ahead and explore it like a tourist, but with a deep understanding of a longtime resident.

You'll fall in love with it all over again.

Friday, August 7, 2020

 Sometimes you feel like a nut (an almond, actually)

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... About a month ago, Mr. Grey stopped making an appearance in our backyard and we've actually missed him.

A lot.

We wonder if anything unfortunate had happened to him. Although we welcome each new day with renewed hope, it appears more and more that we would not see him again on our patio, his fluffy tail twitching behind him, and his paws poised to pluck some delectable almonds off the ground. 

But we always keep a fresh package of Mr. Grey's favorite nuts and our camera within reach, just in case...