Cleo

About 6 weeks ago, my cousin ended up with a tiny kitten. She calls her Cleo.

Cleo’s the only one of her litter to survive, and as a result, she had to be bottle fed, and taken care of pretty much 24/7.

She’s also super cute.

Miss Cleo during a bath

Doesn’t she look like a tiny kung fu master in this one? She’s about 5 weeks here.

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Remembering Christopher Lee

Usually, when someone famous dies, or an event happens that the world knows about, I don’t say much. There are so many people out there who are far more articulate than I am, so I leave it to them.

Christopher Lee’s death isn’t one I can stay quiet on. I’ve always loved him as an actor, and when I found out he’d passed away, all I could do was cry and say “no” a lot. I loved Christopher Lee. He was a fascinating person, and he was always so good in his movies. His appearance, presence, voice, and acting skills blew so many other actors away. People like to say “They don’t make them like they used to” about items, but as far as actors go, it’s much the same way. Today’s generation of actors lack that presence that Lee had.

Lee’s remembered for a lot of roles:¬†Dracula, Lucifer, Death, Scarmanga, Saruman, Count Dooku, the Jabberwocky,¬†just to name a few.This guy was in a LOT of stuff.

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Planting Cats

It’s hot here. Portland gets warm summers, usually 85 or higher. I know compared to places like Phoenix, California, and Australia, our summers are nothing. But to us, they’re plenty hot and we melt.

It’s early June, but summer has hit. It was hot today. The cat is miserable. Mozzie has layers upon layers of light weight fluff that I’m sure traps heat. He tends to turn into a furry puddle in any cold location in the summer.

I’m helping Pet with dinner, and my grandmother starts stage whispering from down the hall. “Steph! Come quick! You have to see this!”

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May Reading Log

Holy crap, I only read 2 books in May. I would have thought I’d read more. To be fair, I did have a drawback that kept me from audiobooking much. I dislocated 2 ribs. Didn’t know that ribs could be dislocated, but it explains why I tend to have a super sore right shoulder, a stiff neck, and general back pain. Dislocated ribs can cause all kinds of problems. Thankfully, I found and awesome chiropractor, so I’m in much better shape.

Now, onto the books I read this month.

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