First Confession of a Seven-Year Old “Bless me father for I have sinned. I touched a man where I shouldn’t.” “Who?” “He said I’d burn in hell if…” “Who!!” “Father Hetterman.” “Say 5 ‘Hail Mary’s” and tell no one.” ~~~ 33 words The Trifextra challenge this weekend is a thirty-three word confession, fiction or non-fiction. A click on the symbol will take you to rules and links to other authors.
Lions, Tigers and Catholics, Oh my.
Tasha the Fairy Godmother is very short blog about one my daughter’s reference to one of our cats. A cute quip.
I have always silently called Tasha “Houdini” because we have an ongoing battle once spring arrives – she attempts to escape the house anytime she can. Last night, through a series of “misunderstandings” (2 new teen friends that ignored house rules about closing doors to the outside) Tasha left the house. While she is good about returning inside on the command “house”, I didn’t know she was outside, and let the dogs into the back yard. They didn’t recognize T and scared the bejeezus out of her and she took refuge under the deck.
This morning she is gone. I know all the tricks of the trade for finding a lost cat and the plan has been implemented. This past week I managed to bring my anxiety and stress to a manageable level – all of that is out the window. I am to blame for the disappearance of the Fairy Godmother. Just ask my daughter – she will gladly provide a list of all my shortcomings that lead the the disappearance of T the FG.
Dear Fairy Godmother – Please come back.
Or at least send your magic wand. We are all missing you. While I am not the sort to bargain with or bribe children – name your price or I am doomed. Signed, Her Highness, Queen of Anne2 Kingdom. (I think she made off with my crown.)
The cat could be anywhere in the midwest of the USA.
If you see a large grey cat, no collar, with this crown – you know who to call.
Angry teens with loud voices (and big fires) scare off animals.
This I know. I am, afterall,
the Queen an INTJ Mom.
I try not to listen to the “popular” news but with a retiring pope, the election of a new one, a scandal or two related to the process, and now Easter week, people keep telling me about these things as though I might have an opinion or be interested in this information. I don’t. What it has done has turned up the heat in the attic, opened doors that released […]