Oh where oh where has my husband gone?

As I start typing this my husband is now 60 minutes late. He had something going on at work today that might have kept him late. Or since we had a lot of snow and ice he may be stuck in a traffic jam. If he was stuck on the highway he would call or text so I’m guessing it’s the work thing.

Oh wait! There he is.

Sometimes I get really good pictures of the kitten. However the kitten only sleeps or moves so it take five to ten pictures to get one.

Here is my proof.

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Kittens like to move.

We’re trying natural orange oil as a deterrent in certain places. It seems to be working.

Quit my job last week.


12 thoughts on “Oh where oh where has my husband gone?

  1. So are you done with the job immediately or did you stay for a couple of weeks?

    What is that device next to Frankie?

    1. Superb website you have here but I was curious if you knew of any discussion boards that cover the same topics talked about here? I’d really love to be a part of group where I can get feed-back from other knowledgeable people that share the same interest. If you have any suggestions, please let me know. Appreciate it!

    1. The way I read it online was “citrus oil”. I just happened to see orange oil cheap when I was looking at essential oils for my oil warmer. So far seems to work for places where the scent can be concentrated in a small area.

  2. Wow! Was that weighing on you? Im seriously out of the loop.
    How are the fingers? I’ve heard great things about citrus oil as a natural deterrent.
    Glad it’s working. Frankie looks like the most mischievous cat ever in your pics. Like there’s always a plan

    1. Not so far out of the loop Deb. I haven’t been discussing it publicly. Yes, it has been weighing on me. I only have so many “good” days in a month and even on those days I only have so many hours where my brain & my body are both working at the same time. It’s been difficult.
      Frankie is by far the most mischievous thing I’ve ever had in my house, including kids & puppies!

  3. I’m sorry it has been difficult. You must feel a little like a weight is lifted?
    My cats are all 7 and older now. No more kitten shenanigans. Baylee is our youngest critter at 19 months, butnot puppy like at all. Kayla at two and a half still says YAY! all the time about everything. Bayled is enamored with big tony. Him, not so much.

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