The hunt's result was perhaps not seen, but it was heard. The yowling of the hunted was punctuated by something that probably belonged to her being repeatedly thumped by the hunter. The cat fight brought daughters two by two. Determined to ignore the rumpus which had drawn in dogs and daughters, I attempted to return to the reverie that accompanied peacefully looking out on the back yard and the
This morning I am not expecting a peaceful moment. The daughters are off to school two by two. The dogs will be crated two by two. The cats will be doing whatever it is cats will do when the masters are away two by two. The mister and I will be off getting inspections done two by two. New House will be inspected this morning, and hopefully my Mommobile will be getting its state safety inspection at the same time. (This was not intentional. The realtor scheduled the house, and we tried to get the car checked yesterday only to be told to come back today.) Then we can swing by the storage facility to pick up the suitcases and supplies for packing two by two. I'll surely spend the day humming the little song about Noah.