Your Daily Kitty Goes to the Vet Tomorrow

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  1. watson42 says:

    It’s Friday and I am frantically trying to get as much done as possible so I can actually use some of my unused vacation time and take next week off. But it’s not looking good. Help! Or bring on the funk so I can survive.

    Also, it’s looking like a family outing next week for Star Wars. I am trying to have no expectations of the movie so as not to be disappointed. Though as long as the nieces and nephews like it, I’ll be happy. But all things being equal, I’d rather see The Martian.

    • jharper2 says:

      I hope All the Work gets to a point where you can walk away for a week or two. And Good Luck to all the Star Wars watchers, I am likely to be an after Christmas viewer.

      • watson42 says:

        The biggest problem with unused vacation time is that I lose it at the end of the year if I don’t use it. It looks like I will losing at least two weeks of paid time off this year. Dagnabit.

        Re Star Wars, back when Harry Potter movies were coming out regularly, we started a family tradition of everyone going together. We did the same for the recent Muppet movies. Since I have many siblings and there are many nieces and nephews, it’s quite an outing. Star Wars is, of course, a natural extension of that. Plus we have the generation of original trilogy watchers, and then the generation of prequel watchers so genial arguments abound. 🙂

  2. jharper2 says:

    Feed the birds from Mary Poppins was running through my head as I was in the line to pay for bird seed for the back yard birds. Tuppence a bag indeed, try $10.00. Of course it was a big bag of premium mixed birdseed, but still.

    A gentleman in the Washington Post yesterday had a column grumping about Joni Mitchell’s River being played a Christmas because it was “too depressing”. Sad and Melancholy true, but not depressing. Besides one is allowed to be sad at Christmas or any time it is called for.
    If the gentleman wants a depressing Christmas song, I would suggest Fairytale of New York.

    • watson42 says:

      I agree with you re Joni Mitchell. Also being allowed to be sad at the holidays.

      As far as Christmas songs go, I am probably the only person on the planet who actively likes Paul McCartney’s “Wonderful Christmastime.” I like the quiet happiness and joyfulness of it, which may mean I’m a total cheeseball but so what.