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Saturday, November 17, 2007

(just a note to the lee county clowder)

Hi Radcliffe Allie Luna and Ollie,

Thanks so much for asking how I am. I am still pretty hollow after losing Zozo, and I find I can't look at photos of her yet or think too much about her. It still makes me cry. It's lame of me, but I can't help it.

But yet I really think I'm getting better. Elizabeth is such a riot I can't help it -- the other day we were all watching a Netflix. (Ten Canoes, if I remember, which I highly recommend.) She was sitting on my lap gnawing away at me, and then I looked down to discover she had gone sweetly to sleep -- with her fanglets sunk in my index finger.

And I'm finding myself singing again, of all things. Granted, when you hear I've been singing Kiss's "Sure Know Something," everyone may not think that's an improvement, but hey, I AM singing.

Hugs to all y'all.


Anonymous said...

Singing *is* a good sign. Keep putting one foot in front of the other and remember there are a lot of people out here who understand and care. Hang in there...

Radcliff, Allie, Luna & Ozzie said...

No, Curator, crying over the loss of Zozo is not lame -- it is human. Zozo was part of your life for longer than a lot of marriages, and it will take a while for the pain to subside. We second Kelly Cat -- hang in there. Things will get better.

We don't know if you've already seen this or not, and we're not sure if reading it will make you feel better or worse, but here. One person's take on things.

Give Elizabeth a hug and some chin scritches from us, OK?

curator said...

Hey ya Kelly and also the Clowder,

You guys.
You're the best.
Thanks so much for thinking of me and leaving friendly notes. I can't tell you how much it helps. Many safe and happy days to come to you and your humans! : )

RobG said...

They are indeed awesome.