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The look of the cute cat is damn cute! – Cats, kittens and kittys, cute and adorable! Aww! (via http://ift.tt/29KELz0)
As fur Serafina and I, we have a different message – fur kats’ sake, keep those creatures in their scary costumes away from us kats! 🙀
Some of the costumes creatures wear are so scary and realistic it scares the fleas right off us poor, unsuspecting kats!
And all that loud noise when a bunch of ghosts, goblins, aliens and vampires knock on the doors looking fur candy –?
Oh my fleas!!
And, if we’re left all alone (outside) while trick – or – treaters are roaming the streets (often without adult supervision)- who’s going to make sure they don’t hurt us kats?
We don’t worry too much about the little creatures, because their parents are usually with them. But what scares us kats is the older creatures that…
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Make plans for when you get old.
I’m a baby boomer that ended up taking care of their parents. My Mom is almost 98 and, this will sound cruel, has lived too long.
She has no real underlying health issue. She is just slowly running down.
Make plans for when you get old……Don’t leave it for someone else to make the decisions.
Paddy insists it wasn’t him …. I think it was
Indignant ‘cos he’s tagged ‘bear’ with ‘hay’ hair – he’s a dog , not a bear or a hay-bale, although …. !
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Related: http://www.hilltownfamilies.org. Hilltown Families on Mass Appeal: Back-To-School with Community-Based Education
August 23, 2015 at 3:00 pm (Community Based Education, Mass Appeal, Suggested Activity)
Tags: 22News, 22News Mass Appeal, Community Based Education, Mass Appeal, self-directed learning, Sense of Place
Hilltown Families on Mass Appeal: August Segment
Community-Based Education, Your Year Round Back-to-School Resource!
Hilltown Families and Mass Appeal (a weekday, hour-long lifestyle program on NBC) have teamed up to offer a live monthly segment on WWLP 22News! Each month, Hilltown Families’ Founder & Executive Director, Sienna Wildfield, joins Mass Appeal hosts to talk about ways to engage in your community while supporting the interests and education of your children (and yourselves!).
This monthly segment continued on Thursday, August 19, 2015, for their back-to-school week, this time looking at how community-based education supports learning all year round! Sienna and Ashley talk about community engagement as a way of supporting self-initiated self-directed learning, or even a classroom-based curriculum or subject, including history, math, architecture, science, art, botany and biology.
This one is so unbelievably whacky that I think I have surpassed even myself. Please note, for the purposes of this challenge a ‘mug’ refers to:
A mug is a type of cup used for drinking hot beverages, such as coffee, tea, hot chocolate or soup
as opposed to:
1.Slang for a fool or someone who will do anything for you if you just ask such open the door, run the shop for you etc.
2.slang for a face which doesn’t really appeal to you, someone ugly
3. Any other other use of the word in any other part of the planet.
If you are still unsure, let me confirm, this is the mug to which I refer and it will also be the basis for this challenge.
If you were this mug, which is essentially a blank canvas, how would you decorate it to let the world know it was in fact yours? What would you add to stop your work colleagues stealing it? What would be your catch phrase or picture?
The beauty of this challenge is that you are not even required to write a post if you choose not to. You can simply leave your answer in the comments. If however you do write a post, please don’t forget to link back to this post so we can all see your creation.
Get thinking and good luck 🙂
The docile, calm and floppy nature of the Ragdoll is a characteristic thought to be passed down from the Persian and Birman breed. Opinions vary as to whether this trait might be the result of genetic mutation. The extreme docility of some individuals has led to the myth that Ragdolls are pain-resistant. Some breeders in Britain have tried to breed away from the limpness due to concerns that extreme docility “might not be in the best interests of the cat”. On multiple occasions, ragdolls have been reported as nonchalantly approaching moving cars and vicious dogs and getting hurt. Breed standards describe the Ragdoll as affectionate, intelligent, relaxed in temperament, gentle, and easy to handle lap cat.