Introductions!


In going back over my blog today in an attempt to do some “housekeeping”, like tags and such (I’m so BAD at remembering tags) I stumbled across some of my introductory posts back when I first started up here. It wasn’t that long ago – but it was long enough for me to sleep since then – so I had totally forgotten that I promised more introductions to the family! Specifically, the four-legged children of our home. 😉 Thanks to Mindee over at Our Front Door – I found my old intro posts, an the unfulfilled promise!
So – until I run out of pets, I’ll be sharing one of my beloved babies with you. 
Also, if you haven’t met the munchings – please take a look, here! We are a large family, full of love, excitement, and frustration… lots of frustration on some days.
But – again, digressing! Without further ado – I shall introduce you to the Matriarch’s of the Family – Magi the Cat, and Gracie the Dog

Magi the Cat

Magi is my sweet, loving, thirteen year old cat. I have had her since I broke up with The Guy and moved to North Carolina 13 years ago. She’s opinionated, cranky, and very set in her ways. But I love her dearly, she’s a sweet baby – and has been my companion through some very trying and dark times of healing and restoration in myself. She was a touchstone when I needed one, and I will miss her so very much when she is gone. 

Magi and Shakespeare, enjoying a nap

She has made friends with my sons cat Shakespeare, and they truly do enjoy their naps in my bed most afternoons. She is a comfortable reminder of how far I’ve come in my life. 


Gracie the Dog

Gracie, or Miss Grace, Graciegirl, or Piggy as we are wont to call her at times, is the indisputable alpha dog of the house. She bosses everyone around and brooks NO dispute. She is tough and strong and mighty and fierce. Also… she weighs 8 lbs soaking wet and can put a 90-lb. boxer/lab mix on his haunches in 2.2 seconds – no kidding. She is the “mama” of the pack I would say. When inside all dogs bow to Grace. She also runs the children, giving them away when they’re doing stuff they’re not supposed to. If one of them hits the other – she barks, loudly to tell on the aggressor. She never lies, either! 
She’s about 10 years old, and is starting now to show her age – she moves slower these days, and isn’t as able to get up on the chair or couch as in days gone by. We love her, however, we know that the life expectancy of small dogs is not as long as cats or big dogs. So our time with her is growing shorter – she may live to as old as 17, but age is not her friend. 
She’s a feisty one though, and the first to bark warning when something moves… anything – a leaf, a tree, a dog, a person… her yip seems to say “It’s a Thing, It’s a Thing, It’s a Thing!!! OMG ITS A THING!!
Funny, and annoying, but she keeps us entertained. 

So there you have it – top cat, and top dog! Welcome to our little world, hope you can visit often!


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One thought on “Introductions!

  1. Good morning! Oh I hear you on the tag pain. I spent almost one entire day doing that. After that I now remember because it was a horrible task.Your dog Gracie reminds me of my daughters dog. Sweet pets…And I like your blog background, too.I'm visiting you from SITS and off to read a few of your other posts!Happy Monday!

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