Still too chilly to let the cats out on the porch. Sheba barked to be let out in the middle of the night again, so I bundled up little Sheba and me, and we all went out, but it wasn’t as cold as the night before.
But it took me a while to go back to sleep soundly, so I saw parts of different movies on TCM. At least that channel doesn’t go to infomercials. When my back bothers me at night, I know it is out, so I really wanted to have something done about it today.
Ray would be very late, and Jay, who has been on the wagon AGAIN for the last few days, wanted to come and clean up the yard. That was fine by me, and so that is what he did. Now we have several big piles of pine needles to burn when there is no wind. I clipped a little on Sheba’s feet, and Puddin’s ears, I wish I had taken a close up of her. I saw a camera that is a whole lot better, I hope, than mine, so I am thinking about buying it.
When Mindi came to get her pooches, Sheba was so pleased to see her Mom. Mindi’s face was licked all over. Sheba had been eating well here, and has been boarded here many, many times over the years, but she doesn’t get as spoiled here as she does at home. Mindi carries her around a lot, and you know I don’t!
As soon as the dogs were gone, I was able to make an appointment at a chiropractor in our town. I had been there before several times years ago, and he worked on my back. I will know how it went when I lie down tonight. It is still sore right now, and he told me to put ice on it for 30 minutes on, and 60 minutes off, as it is swollen. But that is kind of difficult when you have things to do, so I will just take some Aleve.
The foster cats have been staying in the house while the dogs were in ‘their’ room, but in all fairness to old Bobcat I had to herd them, with food, back in there tonight.
An article about: Is “Natural Food” better?
“Also, keep in mind that not all organics are cleaner than their non-organic relatives. For example, asparagus doesn't tend to be treated with a lot of chemicals even in non-organic farming practices, so you're less likely to find a difference in food quality/safety there.”
Now for the news you all wanted to hear:
“Chocolate has all but been elevated to superfood status. And the good news keeps rolling in.
So here are three more reasons why you may not want to be too quick to break that chocolate habit. (As long as you're hitting the dark stuff.)” More:
So that was it, for today.