Resentment of the Day
New Zealand economist Gareth Morgan is demanding the country’s entire domestic cat population to be eradicated, citing concerns of environmental damage and endangered local bird species on his website Cats to Go. Morgan urges all cat owners to spay, neuter and even euthanize their pets in order to expedite the extermination process. Considering that nearly half of the population owns at least one cat, it’s most likely going to be a pretty tough sell.
This would be like the kitten holocaust…NO NEW ZEALAND NO
Q knit me this killer infinity scarf for my birthday. Also that’s my cat eating toilet paper there in the background.
Last year I wrote a 2011 in review post. So here is 2012.
This year I:
2012 was a year full of change and many leaps of faith. These have been opportunities for personal growth and I look forward to what is to come. 2013 will undoubtedly bring more change and more leaps of faith. Here’s to the new year!
Oh you’re laying down after your workout? I’m just gonna get on your back and lay here licking my paws.
…about the state in which I live when I did not even know that Amendment 1 was on the ballot today.
There has been absolutely zero campaigning for either side. And I know this is because it will without a doubt pass, but even when I lived one state north and we voted I saw plenty of “Vote Against” stickers as well as “protect the institution of marriage” buttons. When I visited Minneapolis you couldn’t throw a stone without hitting an orange “Vote No, Don’t limit the freedom to marry” sign.
There are days when it’s disheartening to live in the South.
I know I’ve posted this recently. It’s one of my favorite James Taylor songs and by far my favorite rendition (unfortunately he and Carly Simon never made a recording of it together and I don’t prefer the Carol King version).
I was listening to this when I found out Granddad died. I think for the rest of my life I will associate this song with his death. I miss him every day with every piece of my heart.
“I can sing this song, and you can sing this song when I’m gone.”