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Mrs_Sweetpeach
Date: 2008-11-24 16:04
Subject: Three more random things
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Last night, on the way home from dinner, we spotted a coyote in Farmington. I'd heard they had returned to the suburbs, but this was the first time I've ever seen one.

Yesterday on the way to dinner, I dropped off three scarves, a hat, and earmuffs at Common Ground Youth Sanctuary. I also inquired about volunteering, but that's a back-burner project for 2009.

This afternoon, while running out to fetch lunch for the office, I popped in at the Michigan Humane Society and dropped off 14 catmint-stuffed toy fish for their kitties. I'll call back in a week or so, to see how well they worked out for/at the shelter. If they like them, I'll make more. I have a big bunch of catmint drying in our kitchen window and a baggie of already dried and crumbled catmint on the desk in my home office.
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Mrs_Sweetpeach
User: mrs_sweetpeach
Date: 2008-11-25 00:51 (UTC)
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Beef steak? (Although for a serious answer, no, not that I'm aware of.)
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Ursula4x: Zelda
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Date: 2008-11-25 01:35 (UTC)
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That is so nice of you to do for the cats!
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Mrs_Sweetpeach
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Date: 2008-12-08 03:44 (UTC)
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I can hardly wait to make more. It was fun taking them to the shelter and, when I called last week, I found out that not only did the kitties love them, all the cats who received one were adopted and took his/her toy with them to their new home.

No time to knit or stitch right now though. I'm trying to weed through my inbox so that I can concentrate on the story Maddie wants done for the zine.
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