Hope everyone had a nice Easter weekend! The weather was nice on Saturday and I was feeling pretty good, so Mike and I flew to Brantford for breakfast.
As we were coming back into St. Catharines, Mike decided to take a pic of the two dorks in the cockpit:
As my mother would say, “Good grief!”
After we got back home, we made some key lime squares to bring to his parent’s house for Easter dinner Sunday night. We decided to add a special “touch” to the dish:
The ironic thing is that stupid moi forgot to bring them with us on Sunday! Duh! Probably a good thing as I tried them today and they didn’t come out of the pan very well. Must have been the extra weight of the kittah that walked over it.
My mother joined us to the dinner. Soon after we arrived, Mike’s dad showed me the flight simulator program he has. I played for a bit, using an Extra (aerobatic airplane) and the St. Catharines airport landscape. I figured this would be the only time I could legally fly under the St. Catharines Skyway bridge. Unfortunately, it wasn’t in the program, but the very low Homer Bridge was. I flew under it twice:
It was quite a feeling of accomplishment, especially since I didn’t crash.
Another great moment of the night was meeting Mike’s new niece, Piper. This is his sister’s fourth kid (two boys and two girls). She was passed around to everyone, including my mother, who then passed her over to Mike. It kinda looks like she’s saying “Noooooo!!!!! Don’t pass me to that dude!” But the pass-off went great and Mike got to hold his niece (who wasn’t much bigger than my mother. Tee hee):
What a great night with wonderful conversation and delightful noms!
Speaking of noms, as I mentioned in my last blog, I have to sort out the new hypoallergenic dry cat food from the stuff I usually feed my goobers, as it’s making Pinky sick. I’m happy to report, Mike and I finally got all of the new food picked out of the old stuff, kibble by kibble:
If the food wasn’t so expensive, I wouldn’t have worried about it, but at around $60 a bag…
After sorting the food, Mike and I went to the pet store and bought some more crickets for little Peanut:
Once home, I washed out his tank while Mike babysat. Ugh, this is what I walked out to:
Ugh! Although, I guess I really shouldn’t be saying anything. This is what I did the day before:
Oh how we torment the kitties sometimes! Like during their baths. Even though Mya is the oldest and supposed to be a role model, she is a total screecher during her bath. As you can see, she wasn’t impressed:
Boo has been a bit of a klutz lately. She fell off the bed twice in the last few days and just a couple hours ago, she rolled over in her sleep. This is how she ended up:
Then she had the nerve to look at me like I did it to her! Geesh!
Today’s symptoms: Very tired and weak today. Also, been dealing with the infamous MS hug starting yesterday. I haven’t been sleeping well lately which isn’t helping with things. Paws crossed things change tonight!