Difficult road

So, as most of you know, my sweet little girl, Mollie, was diagnosed with leukemia last week. Without a doubt it was the worst week of my life. But, life goes on and we're already one week into chemotherapy and we're ready to fight the cancer with all we've got. I'll be blogging about it here.

Hopefully I'll be back to posting on this blog once in a while. It's kind of hard to have two blogs, but this one is just my own thoughts and experiences with no particular theme/topic.

Tonight I taught my biology lab. A bunch of students (the ones who get good grades) had the giggles all night and I couldn't figure out why until after class. Turns out someone (and I don't know who or WHY) left some porn and "personal lubricant" in one of the drawers at the lab table. EEEWWWWWW!!

And now, I am trying to keep from laughing out loud because my lazy cat, Otis, keeps slipping off the leather ottoman that he's sleeping on. Then he jumps back up and curls up right on the edge, only to slip off again. I think Garrison Keillor said it best, "Cats are intended to show us that not everything in nature has a function."

1 comment:

BookyG said...

I love cats. Tom's allergic, so I will never ever live with cats again. I miss them.