Fly free, Baby Bird. … Read More
Sunday Funny: Fractious Cat Handling (work-safe)
Something funny for your Sunday… … Read More
It’s never easy losing a furbaby. Yesterday, we awoke to find one of our birds, Pickles, had passed away overnight. He was huddled in the bottom of his cage where he always sleeps, and it looked like he just went to sleep and never woke up. He was about 17 years old, a Quaker parakeet … Read More
#tortielife – Soaking.
Available for pre-order: Similar to Rain (Suncoast Society), #Kiwi and #Gardening update, and more.
There’s still some time to grab my backlist title Fierce Radiance (MMF, sci-fi) from BookStrand from their Time Machine for only .99, but hurry, it expires today: http://www.bookstrand.com/fierce-radiance And yes, I do have plans to write more in that world. 🙂 [Ménage Amour: Erotic Sci-Fi Ménage a Trois Romance, M/M/F, M/M, BDSM, HEA] Being orphaned … Read More
Eating crow doesn’t taste so bad, and new beginnings. Welcome Kiwi.
It’s been just over a week since we lost our sweet Gidget. Hubby picked up her ashes and pawprint impression yesterday from the vet’s office. (A week to the day since we lost her. Some Valentine’s Day gift, huh?) Thank you to everyone who’s messaged and wrote Hubby and myself to express your condolences. They’re … Read More
RIP Gidget (2/7/2017)
Hubby and I want to thank everyone for the kind words and prayers and energy from everyone. Unfortunately, when the vet did surgery yesterday, he found Gidget had several masses, the cancer was in her lymph nodes even, and there was actually a section of her intestines close to perforation from one of the masses. This … Read More
Release day, and prayers/wishes/healing energy for Gidget requested.
Long story short, it’s release day, and our dog might die tomorrow. :/ Yeah, it sucks as much as it sounds. I posted the full version on Facebook, on my page: http://www.facebook.com/tymberdalton Gidget has something going on in her intestines, either a blockage, or a growth (ie cancer) or…something. They don’t know, but they’re doing … Read More
Friday Funny: Wherez mah ballz? (Grimmy edition)
Grimmy: MOMMY!!! I can’t find my ball! Me: Play with another one. Grimmy: Dats mah FAVORITE!! And otherz GONEZ! Me: *searches and finally finds under microwave stand…* Wait for it… * * * Two Against Nature (Suncoast Society 39, MF, BDSM) is available for pre-order!
…And then there were six. RIP BW.
Our oldest cat, BW, passed away in his sleep early Wednesday morning. He was close to twenty years old, and had been my grandparents’ cat. He was Granny’s baby, and then when we lost her in 2008, BW and Pickles (Grandaddy’s Quaker parrot) were Grandaddy’s daily companions. When Grandaddy died in 2011, literally three years … Read More
It’s never easy saying good-bye.
It’s never easy to say good-bye to a furbaby, even when you know it’s the kindest thing you can do sometimes. Yesterday, Hubby and I had to make that decision for our boy Apache, aka Puppy. He was “career-changed” from the service dog group we used to puppyraise for and we were able to adopt … Read More
Raspberries…beware the Nomasaurus Sheldon!
I can’t help it. He’s adorable. No, I’m not biased at allllll. LOL Santa brought Sheldon raspberries and a zucchini for Christmas. Usually he only gets a diet of a variety of different greens, with occasional squash. I rarely give him fruit. (But hey, it’s Christmas. LOL) Reminder: Always research THOROUGHLY before you buy a reptile. … Read More
…or Merry Tortmas, as Sheldon would say! 🙂 Wishing everyone a happy, healthy, and safe day!
Cats Out of Context…
The following have been said about or to cats in our household within the past week. (Sometimes, more than once.) The drain’s out of the cat’s ass. Get your baby off the stove! Keep it classy. Quit smacking your daughter in the head! You look like a lampshade. Get out from behind the stove! Quit … Read More
It’s that time of year…
It’s that time of year again, when Floridians check their supply of bottled water, canned tuna, and Pop-Tarts. “How can you live in Florida where there are hurricanes?” Because we don’t get them every year (and likely won’t get this one, either), and when we do get them, we usually have over a week’s notice, … Read More