I'm glad that there is at least some light at the end of the tunnel. Your Sweetie is beautiful.
OH! I'm so happy to hear from you...I was getting really, seriously freaked out that something horrible had happened! (Because i'm morbid like that, ha) So glad things may be looking up...I've missed you!
So glad to see you blogging again! and a wonderful pic of your Sweetie! :)
SO glad you're feeling better............ Hope you get fully better soon...
I'm so glad to see you blogging again! I've been thinking about you :) Get all the way well soon!
Get better soon!
Glad you are better Naomi!
Just keep getting better and have Sweetie make you some chicken soup!
You are right about the reality shows. I don't care for them either. That's why I have to watch reruns of the older shows or some good movies!
I'm so sorry you still aren't feeling well. I don't watch most of the reality shows, well, cept a few. There's just 1 on AI that I like & I've given up on wanting my favorite to win. Have you watched Son's & Daughters on Tuesday nights on ABC @ 9 and 9:30? OMGOSH it is the funniest show in years. It's actually the only sitcom Tarzan & I watch. Oh wait, I watch Desperate Housewives too.
Sweetie looks so cuddly, he's such a precious cat. I hope you're feeling better soon.
I was so happy to see an update from you, I was getting worried.I am glad Sweetie is a good nurse :)
Speaking of rubber cement; I have been there and done that recently, so I know what you are going through. I do hope you continure to get better - and do it quickly. Give Sweetie a hug from me for being so good to you!
Well at least we have an update from you!! I was about to send a search party! ;) Continue to take care of yourself, and get plently of rest! We need you back to your spunky self! :)
Sending you a great big ol' Hug!
Hi dear Naomi! I am so glad that you post and feel better! It's great to hear from you full of vibration and enthusiasm as usual! And you did a good work, searching photos and images to illustrate this post!
Love the beautiful photo of Sweetie, too!
We all matter to each other, the support and caring that we offer to each other honestly sometimes gets me through the day.
And isn't that the truth of it? Our pets are such wonderful comforters through our worst times, aren't they? Sweetie's probably thrilled to pieces that you're a captive audience! :)
I'm delighted to read that you're beginning to feel human again. Oh, how I agree with you about reality TV. I haven't even watched ONE full reality show. I regurgitate at the mere thought.
I wish I had found "Boston Legal" earlier than a few weeks ago. I adore that show. It's a rush to recognize the actors from earlier shows I relished.
I thought of you this past Sun. Our younger daughter, the theatre set design major to be, had been invited to see a partial rehearsal of the musical "Shenandoah": a production outside of her high school. She enjoyed herself to the hilt a few wks ago and came home, even relating something of interest to my husband, who loves musicals, but also was into those Star Trek sci fi shows.
Well, our daughter LOVED the WONDERFUL singing voice and acting of former "Capt. Jonathan Archer", whose real name is Scott B. She begged me to secure tickets so she could see a complete show. So online I went and we got great seats and saw "Shenandoah" at Ford's Theatre (without any poles blocking the view...) last Sun.
The ENTIRE production was SUPERB, from acting, singing,musical score (I met the orchestra outside when some of us were getting air), choreography, superb dancing and on such a small stage, seamless stage shifting and mood. I'm one who doesn't like to see films twice unless several years have passed and am a bit similar with shows unless it's fantastic. This rendition with EVERYONE working together was top-notch. I would have gladly seen the show immediately after the one we saw. I don't give compliments out to this level unless it's deserved. This was WOW!
P.S. My daughter totally forgot to ask Scott for his autograph when she met him and others a couple of weeks before opening night. My husband and I teased her, but the imporant thing are the memories and all she learned about how they worked backstage. She has been so active in theatre as a jr high and high schooler as you know. In fact, she will be interviewed for college soon. She set up her own interview with the theatre dept...
On a different note, your cat is GORGEOUS!!!! I paint pet portraits as one of the many art pursuits for my art career. I dont' think "sweetie" would want to wear the jewelry I design! LOL
Continue to feel better, dear Naomi.
oops I type so fast. That comment before this was from GREEN-EYED LADY (GEL). My other pen name for my writings is "SilvermOOn." I was logged in under that blog but it's the same woman. Sorry for the confusion.
Don't tell your ear, nose and throat doctor about Sweetie. The first comment out of his mouth will be, "Well, there is your problem, you are allergic to cats." I know mine would. He might actually be right, but I would rather be stuffed up all the time than let the furry hot water bottles go.
Hope you feel better soon.
"Hi, Sweetie!" Back you motley crew of misfit cats! Sorry, Rhett tried to shanghai the keyboard. He really is getting to big for his britches.
Hope you have a speedy recovery! Your cat is gorgeous!
I'm very selective in the reality TV I watch. My kids are really into it, so I have to monitor - and I must confess - I get caught up in it. Our reality TV of choice is American Idol, Survivor, Amazing Race, Biggest Looser.
I've been on the road, Boston, and I'm returning to the road, Chicago, tomorrow--so I haven't checked in. GET WELL SOON!
As for reality TV, not only is it all about winning and loosing, it's also about looking and talking and SINGING exactly the same. Lowest common denominator. With teenage daughters, I am at my wits end with the drek.
Well, have a good weekend. Seems like you're on the mend.
Michele sent me back to check up on you, I finally updated my own blog. I hope you are feeling even better today.
gett better! happy friday!!
Any time I see light at the end of the tunnel, I worry that I'm about to get plowed down by a train...
here via Michele's today!
Sorry to hear that you've been so sick. Sounds like you've had a rough time of it.
Your cat it stunning!!! There is something to be said about the comfort of a kitty...they DO somehow know when you need a little extra cuddle.
Thanks for stoping by my blog, and I do hope that you're feeling 100% again soon.
Oh I have been out..
I am sorry to hear you have been ill..
Good man, Sweetie. What a champ to look after his Mommy so well.
Get well soon, Naomi - cyberkitten and I are worried about you....
gecmis olsun! (turkish for may it be in your past)
and thank you for your comment*
here via michele's right back atcha!
I'm so sorry you've not been well and do hope that you start feeling much better really soon.
Hi - I saw your comment at Mar's... about the photo hunt thingie. It's just a theme I started for Saturdays - where there will be a photo theme each week and you post a photo you've taken that best represents the theme. You can read the themes/blogroll and more info here: http://tnchick.com/pshunt/
Hello, visiting via Michele's. Like the blog, sorry to hear about your, um, rubber cement. Doesn't sound pretty. But your cat is the cutest is the cutest thing I've seen for a long time!
Hi swwetheart - cq here thanks to Michele :-)
Hope you're still improving and Sweetie is looking after you!
Oh, and in answer to your question on my blog, I think I was about two when that picture was taken :-)
I hope you feel better soon. I hate being sick, so I can definitely sympathize. I agree that TV gets old and depressing really fast. I'm addicted to several shows, but my DVR lets me speed through commercials, which is great.
Feel Better! Michele sent me to say that!
Thanks for stopping in at Lam(b) today, just wanted to let you know I'm ok. I've just be really busy (crazy buzy!)
I'm still praying for your continued good health, Naomi. You inspire all of us with your empathy, community-mindedness and incredible photographic eye. It's only fair that the powers-that-be reward all that goodness with some good health.
I wish I could do more than simply put words on a screen.
I'm glad you're feeling better. I'm a bad blogfriend because I'm working now and don't check in (and up) on my fav's as much as I used to. TOTALLY agree with you on American Idol. What a croc. I hate that show, and most of the other reality shows. But I LOVE Amazing Race. I'm a total addict. Give that one a try. It's got travel, adventure, and a lot of interesting behavior. Otherwise, give me the West Wing!
Here via Michele tonight.
Oh, I gotta ask you. How did you get the This Blog Does not Allow Anon Comments statement on this form? I want to put that on mine as well.
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