Brian and I have been extremely busy. I feel as if I'm neglecting this blog.
Update: Aesop and Amelia are doing great. Aesop goes in for his "snippety snip" this Friday morning. Also, while Cognac was yawning he screamed again. And I've heard him do it a couple more times while either drinking or grooming. So, he's going to the vet on Friday afternoon (whilst we pick groggy Aesop up) to get a check up. Bella is doing well and just as clingy as ever. And Georgia, well, she's great. She spends most of her time playing with the kittens. Or watching them play. She finds them entertaining.
Brian and I had amazing Christmases this year. And are so fortunate for the family we have.
Natilee's birthday is coming up already. It's unbelievable. I can't believe she's almost one. We'll be having a party on her birthdate; January 17th.
I recently finished a book titled Dear John by Nicholas Sparks. It is incredibly emotional, but a very good read. I got around 16 books for my birthday / Christmas, so I have a lot of reading to do. I just started The Magician's Nephew by C.S. Lewis on Sunday. Gotta be honest, Uncle Andrew is a tad creepy...
Anyway, that's all for now. It's after 10:00 p.m. right now. Must sleep.
Also, here's a picture of Natilee that I did some photoshoppin' to.
- Amy Faith
- I live on 6 deeply wooded acres in the boonies of Middleville, MI. I'm married to an amazing man, Brian. He's pretty much the best thing that has ever happened to me. I'm a big animal lover. I have 5 cats; Bella (6), Cognac (3), Georgia (3), Maggie (2), & Auggie (8-9mos.) We recently lost our kittens, Aesop & Amelia, to a battle with Feline Leukemia. I feel the need to mention them. They were amazing beings that showed unconditional love like no other cats I've had. I also have Cheech (9) that I'm fostering. We have two puppies; Charlie & Henry. Having a blast! I'm a dabbler in photography, photo shop, & crafts. I'm kind of a bookworm/nerd/geek. Yes, I have read the Twilight Series. No, I'm not obsessed. I love Shakespeare, Nathaniel Hawthorne, C.S. Lewis, and L. Frank Baum - among others, obviously.