Hi Natalie- Chag Sameach to you. I hope you enjoyed the Seder you attended on Friday night. Were you able to hold back from eating too many of the Pesach goodies ? My hubby and I went to 2 Seders and now I have to get back on track with my eating. Hope all of your kitties are well !! Take care. Cat =^..^=
Hi Natalie- Sorry to hear that you are having your wisdom teeth extracted this week. I had all of mine pulled when I was 19 and in college. They give you no wisdom and you will not miss them at all. Mine were pulled before I became a D so I didn't have that issue to deal with. I looked like a chipmunk for a few days and I think you will too. Like Marie says below, stock up on soft foods, like soup, cottage cheese, yogurt,and apple sauce. I hope it isn't too bad for you !! My thoughts will be with you. Cat
Natalie, so sorry to hear about the extractions coming up. I know well how it goes. I had mine with just tons of novocaine and some nitrous oxide. stock up on soft foods like cottage cheese. I'll be thinking of you!
Hi Natalie! Thanks for the wonderful video of the cat assisting her "staff" with yoga. I know all about that! I was at the Yoga Journal conference this weekend in San Francisco, and I took what I call my "decoy mat." It's my yoga mat that I put out for the cats, next to my own, so they have a place and aren't just in my way. Well, the decoy mat has a lot of claw marks! No one else at the YJ conference had a mat that was bedraggled in that manner. But it made for a funny story. Thanks again for the laugh!
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