Cars of beauty:
1967 Dodge 1/4 ton Pickup didn't get off the drawing board, but should have, I could like that
For Sunday’s stuff:
First I want to thank you for Sherry & myself for the comments, all sweet and all appreciated. Final arrangements are weird now during this pandemic. This is the time no one envies the family once they have stood in their shoes. We have been there way too often in our 80+ years. The decisions immediate and later paperwork. The Doctor bills, the costs at the funeral home. Then there is retirement source and Social security to be taken care of.
Back to more mundane interests. I think I have hit on the food problem. Following some suggestions from you guys I added some milk to moisten the food and it seemed to do the trick. Anyway, it worked today.
The mystery of Stormy’s injured face and neck. Sherry had seen this yesterday, I did not see it until today. The swelling is practically gone. Like the bubble had burst or was burst. And now she has about 3 square inches of bare skin from her cheek down onto her neck.
This is a shot of Stormy's face & throat side, not a great shot. I is nasty but shows the sore where the swelling burst (red) and the strange thing of fur missing. Strange, she seems not to notice. But they did like the food with milk added. The other kitties are at another bowl.
I am beat, our home here is rock and vinyl siding. I washed most of the vinyl in the last two days. And Sherry raked and cleaned the picnic area. We have been preparing for Sherece’s Birthday and a Father’s day get together today. We will order from Texas Road house. Sherece’s choice.
Wishing you the best,