PTSM

I walked into the bathroom this morning, and the little bathmat was strewn across the floor and crinkled, the trashcan was knocked clean over and a washcloth had fallen off the tub. I like these signs that, in the night, Forest and Milhous were having themselves a time.

Speaking of, though, also this morning I headed to the snake shed, as I have a basket hanging outside of it where I store the various Blus for Edsel’s chawing pleasure, and right in front of said basket lies a rather large, rather dead, quite frozen mouse. I am once again going to assume F and M had themselves a time.

I really didn’t want a fourth fucking cat. But I’m so pleased by their partnership. The Law Offices of Forest & Milhous.

Forest & Milhous, DDS.

Milhous & Forest, Member FDIC.

Anyway, in other news, you know I can’t tell you everything right? I can’t. But dawgs, this was a week. I had a big thing going on, and now it’s done and everything’s back to normal.

But here’s the thing when you’re a migraine person. Once you come down from all the drama is when you get a migraine.

So I had one all yesterday, and it was annoying, and now I’ve woken up with it still here and it remains annoying. It’s low level enough that I can work, but I’m working with nausea and pain.

Also I am trying to type you from around the very fur-filled body of Forest, of the bath-mat-skewing Forests, of Forest, DDS, and every third word I type onto his actual fur on top of a key. All in all this blogging experience is a 3.

Also, speaking of blogging, I have to change my lewk, here. I mosied over to the ads, and you know what? This new format doesn’t show as many ads, so my cash money has gone way down, and what the hell. I wonder if I could tweak the ads instead of change my design. Like, look around and see if I could shove more of them at you, somehow. I don’t know. It’s a thing I’ll have to do when I’m not working and when I’m not working I’m so busy reading 1970s romance magazines or throwing Blu or spying on my neighbors that I never remember.

I do like this format I currently have so I’m loath to change it.

I guess that’s all I have to tell you, mostly cause my head hurts and I hate everything, so I’ll show you pictures I took this morning of the light on things.

Years ago, Miss Doxie made me a flower to put on my coat. I’ve had it on this lamp since I moved here but today I saw the light on it and it was so pretty.

Here’s the light on Milhous’s arse. Member FDIC.

33 thoughts on “PTSM

  1. Wouldn’t it be great if more people — any people! — most people! — could make some decent cash from their blogs! I mean, people who write regularly, often, well, and make their readers laugh out loud — people who DESERVE to be paid for their efforts. This means YOU. By all means, put those ads back on. -Kate

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    1. On your headache going away. I’m a bit distracted today. Catching up on errands on this very blustery, cold day ahead of the snow coming on Sunday. I truly hope your weekend is much better.

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  2. Ahh heck ya – put the ads back on! I never even notice them. Ads are everywhere – my eyes are programmed to go right past them and I bet this is true for most of your devoted readers! We all need income! Feel better!

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  3. The way that flower glows in the light is beautiful.

    Our little Giblet seems to have hit the Terrible Twos of Kittenhood. He’s a bit of a handful and sleeps all day and parties all night. He harasses the dog, tries to eat my hair, knocks things off surfaces, etc. The other day, he dug up a plant and dragged the remnants into my office, roots and all and was having a fine time playing with that thing. God, we love him!

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  4. The ads don’t bother me, add em on. That way we can contribute.
    I love your Friday pictures, let there be light! We sure need more of it in these times. Hope your migraine takes a hike.

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  5. My Crazy T races around the house and it cracks me up every ding dang time, except when he jumps on the table and sloshes my coffee. I love sunlight photos. Hope your migraine resolves so you can enjoy your weekend.

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  6. Evidence of happy healthy animals makes us ridiculously happy, doesn’t it? So does a no migraine day and I wish you one.

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  7. Thanks for the pictures of the light coming in your windows. I have been spending a large amount of time in our sun room lately – when the sun is actually out which hasn’t been many days. But today it is and I feel so much better! And the cat butt picture is similar to what I see early every morning, except mine is a sleek black cat with a huge butt!

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  8. Samson and Delilah enjoy wrestling and rumpus-ing during the night too. I will often get up and find tufts of gray fur in various spots in the house.
    Hope your head feels better, and glad your stressy week is over (well, almost).

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  9. Forest & Millhouse, a family company! 🙂 I usually find great tufts of fur along with evidence of a feline rumpus. Or maybe it was more of a fracas?

    I thought the post-stress migraines were just me! I’m not exactly “glad” to hear I’m not the only one, but I empathize?

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  10. It didn’t dawn on me that I haven’t been seeing ads lately. But yeah. No ads.

    I love when you do your light pictures. The way my current house sits, I don’t get good light and it always kind of bugs. My last house, house fmr., got great light and had huge windows. I miss that. And my childhood home did too. On my list of musts for my next house, assuming I have a next house, will be to make sure it faces the right direction for good lighting.

    Hope your migraine gets better soon.

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    1. I just realized that could have read like I was saying no ads as in we don’t want to see them. That was not what I intended. What I meant was to confirm I wasn’t seeing them. So I hope you can get them back. I used to click them.

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  11. Love your pics. Sorry about your headache – hope it subsides before the weekend so you can have yourself a wild time. By the way, I was so happy to see you spending time with Ned; i worry about people that live alone during this endless shutdown. And then I was sad that he has to go back to work & now you can’t hang out. Also I see ZERO ads when I read your post so not surprised your income has decreased!

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  12. Sometimes the light makes me so happy and other times it’s just… sad. Or maybe wistful. I don’t know if that even makes sense. I can remember times when I noticed the light going back years and years in my life. Nothing else special about those days, except the light. And that I noticed.

    Also too I just got the “PTSM” in the title. Slow but steady. That’s me.

    I hope your head gets less hurt-y.

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  13. The light in your room is lovely! Bright winter light is my favorite. It’s lovely and hopeful. For the first 43 years of life I paid very little attention to the moon, but this house has perfectly situated windows to see gorgeous full moons! It’s such a treat!
    Have a grrrrrrreat weekend! 🙂

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  14. I too love that they were having ‘a time’. I remember my kids being fairly quiet for awhile about a century ago. Later I found thst they had moved their mattresses into one bedroom in order to build a trampoline type room before those were even a thing. It was shocking and I had to try hard to keep my ‘this is naughty’ face on when really it was pretty funny.

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    1. Ernie, I had a friend who had triplets and when they became toddlers she put 3 mattresses, covered with fitted sheets, on their bedroom floor with pillows and blankets. They slept wherever they slept with whichever pillows and blankets. Together, apart, no matter. I thought she was pretty darn smart. Put a Dutch door on their room so the door was locked but open.

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  15. I hope you feel better today. Milhous and/or Forest are doing their job, murdering critters and LEAVING them in the YARD, rather than bring them inside. The light photos are beautiful.
    Tee

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  16. I don’t get a migraine after a stressy week but I will have break down palace. Like I can hold it together during said thing but then, break down palace.
    Great post!

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    1. What is it about that letdown? When I was a teacher I would stay well until Friday evening. Then be sick for the weekend. Over and over and over. Made me mad, it did.

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  17. I love how the light makes the flower glow orange but then also shows off the orange cat butt. Hope the migraine goes away soon.

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  18. Sorry about your WEEEEK and your head. Here’s what I love. I love that no matter that you had a WEEEEK and you have a MIGRAINE, you still end with the light. Beauty & love.

    Lovely post, lovely June. Hope you feel better soon.

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  19. Do these stripes make my ass look fat?
    -Milhous

    hope your head feels better today, J, so you can “enjoy” the “weekend.”

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