Top 5 musical things you wanted to get for Christmas but didn't
1. There were no iPods under my Christmas tree this year. (Sniffle) My old 30 GB Zen is getting a bit tattered and I wanted either a Touch or a Classic, but that just wasn't happening this year..AGAIN.
2. Elvis Costello: Apparently Diana Krall doesn't want to share him with me.
3. Concert tickets: I knew that wasn't happening...just as I know I'm not going to see my favorite band on April 2...because that's my dad's birthday. ~big selfish sigh~
4. Mika: I'm not sure why he wasn't in my stocking....He probably would have fit too! I must have words with Santa!
5. Justin Hayward and John Lodge..again..its the whole wife thing...DRAT~
I was manic before the holiday. I was on a baking binge. I got stuff done. I was on Cloud 9.
Christmas came and went and was overall uneventful.
Now I feel very blegh.
Not depressed, because things went well as far as people staying healthy and no one arguing etc..but blech because I did all that work and the 24 hours came and went and I felt like it was all for nothing.
And ever since Christmas I can't shake the tired feeling I have. It is like all the work I did last week has caught up with me and now I'm spiraling downward.
That kind of sucks too.
I'm hoping that New Year's is a more stress free or at least relaxing holiday. I just want to eat appetizers and drink lots of good booze and then sleep.
Good Riddance Day -- a day to say bye-bye to whatever it is that made you blue in 2011.
Where to begin?
I think the primary thing that made me blue in 2011 was my father's health. I wish I could say goodbye to his hospital visits and all the bills. His Procrit shots alone are $70 every other week unless his blood count is about 11.
Each ER visit is $50
Doctor visits, $10 and $20.
So I say good riddance to bad health! Let's hope Dad has a healthier 2012. I know it is a lot to ask for, but we can keep our fingers crossed.
Oh and FYI...extreme temps aren't good for his lungs..so we don't like temps in the 90s (I never did) and temps below 32 either. Plus with the age of our house..heating and cooling is damn expensive.
Parts of my area are under a winter storm advisory.
Two words for the weather: Boo Hiss!
Thankfully Washington County isn't under the advisory, but I'm figuring my car doors will be nicely frozen shut since it has been pouring down rain much of today, and it is supposed to dip down into the 20s tonight.
The only good thing is, the cold is only supposed to last 24 hours. Thursday and Friday will be back in the 40s and that's just fine by me.
We don't want it to get too cold. I fear extreme temps with my dad's health the way it is.
So let's keep our fingers crossed for more unseasonably warm weather. Plus when the weather is crappy, I end up losing time at work, and I do that enough now with my dad and his doctor's appointments.
Top 5 ways music plays a part in your holiday celebrations
1. It creates a lovely setting in the house before company arrives.
2. It annoys the hell out of me at church, because no matter how much practice our choir has, or how many people come in to play fancy instruments (oh yeah, there was a violinist last week) you can't make a bunch of old ladies that think they are still sopranos sound good. (Let the men sing...cos they can..PLEASE)
3. Its what I give instead of cards. If you haven't downloaded this year's mix...check the tags and grab my 2011 CD card to all of you.
4. It brightens my mood when making holiday treats.
5. Certain songs bring back memories of past Christmases.
To sum things up, holiday music in particular plays a huge part in our celebrations. What about yours?
I spent about 3 hours in the ER this morning with my father.
Not with the usual COPD related issues, but with a common nosebleed.
OK, there was nothing common about his nosebleed. It was like Niagara Falls coming out of both nostrils. Yeah, that's the kind of morning I was having. I had to call 911 over a nosebleed, and then pay $50.00 to have him see an ER doctor.
Then he had to go back to the hospital, because today was his appointment with the hematologist for blood work and his Procrit shot.
What a crazy day it has been.
All of this started at 6:30 this morning. I'm so tired right now, I can hardly keep my eyes open.
Tonight I made the dough for the kolachy cookies. My house is filled with that wonderful smell of yeast. Mmmmm.
Tomorrow, I'll roll the cookies and bake.
Wednesday, I'll make the coconut cookies.
Thursday I'll do the cream cheese dough cookies and make some Pochettes and the Apricot Hanukkah cookies. Hey! Any cookie is good! I don't care what holiday it is.
Friday night is the night for the butterscotch haystack cookies.
Can you just feel your hips expanding? I know I can feel mine!
I absolutely love the smell of cookies baking. The kolachy cookies are my favorite because they use cake yeast. I know it is absolutely crazy but the smell of the yeast is so comforting. It makes me feel like all is well in the world, or at least in my kitchen.
But no matter what...there's only a week til Christmas and nothing is going as planned.
I have so much to do...and so little time to do it. I did get cards done...and the mix cds. Trees are up and presents bought. So there's that, but it is the baking that I enjoy that isn't getting there, because I'm just so damn tired. I just can't get anything done.
Well, except staring at a computer screen. I can do that pretty well.
I guess I just have a case of the holiday lazies, which I'll have to get over or there won't be any holiday worth mentioning.
A little FYI...all I want for Christmas is a few hours of reading time, uninterrupted please!
Here's a little sumthin' sumthin' that I made tonight! Sour Cream Biscotti! I found the recipe on the Taste Of Home website.
1 cup butter, softened
1 cup sugar
1/2 cup sour cream
1-1/2 teaspoons almond or Spice Islands® pure vanilla extract
3-1/2 cups all-purpose flour
1-1/2 teaspoons baking powder
1 teaspoon baking soda
In a bowl, cream butter and sugar. Add the eggs, one at a time, beating well after each addition. Stir in sour cream and extract. Combine dry ingredients; add to creamed mixture.
Line two baking sheets with foil; grease the foil. Divide dough into thirds. On a floured surface, shape dough into three 8-in. x 2-1/2-in. x 3/4-in. loaves; place on foil. Bake at 350° for 25 minutes or until golden. Remove from the oven. Lift loaves with foil onto a wire rack; cool for 15 minutes.
Place on a cutting board; using a serrated knife, slice diagonally 3/4 in. thick. Place slices, cut side down, on ungreased baking sheets. Bake at 350° for 8-10 minutes or until golden. Turn cookies over; bake 10 minutes longer. Cool on wire racks. Store in an airtight container. Yield: about 2-1/2 dozen.
For as advanced as we are in some things...I marvel at how lagging we are in others.
It is freaking cold outside.
My car's windshields front and back are totally frosted.
I turn on the defrost.
10 minutes later..the rear window is clear...the front, which is really the most important of the two...Still frozen.
So Detroit...why can't you come up with something that will allow the front windshield to defrost quickly? There has to be a way. You can turn cars into big ole computers that will do everything but drive themselves to the destination of choice, but you can't unfreeze a windshield in 10 minutes?
October Project - Angels We Have Heard On High
Nick Bukuvalas - Give Me All Your Love
Matt Wentz - Christmas Just Ain't Christmas
Matthew West - Come On Christmas
Carole King - Do You Hear What I Hear
Dolly Parton - We Three Kings
Michael Buble - All I Want For Christmas Is You
Neil Diamond - Little Drummer Boy
Andrea Bocelli - Santa Claus Is Coming To Town
Keri Noble - Giving You My Love
Celtic Thunder - I Wish It Could Be Christmas Every Day
Chris Isaak - Brightest Star
Straight No Chaser - Little Saint Nick
Cast In Bronze - God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen
Gary Puckett - Medley: Away In A Manager/The First Noel
Nicole Kehl - Christmas Crush
Over The Rhine - North Pole Man (demo)
Jeff Meegan - What Child Is This
Carrie Underwood - Hark The Herald Angels Sing
Julieanne Hough - It Wasn't His Child/Mary Did You Know
I'm pretty sure this year's Christmas Mix CD is cursed.
First: My printer started printing a pretty rainbow through the middle of the image I picked for the cover.
Then I bought a new color cartridge, because after troubleshooting, that's what was supposed to fix it.
I put an emphasis on the word, supposed.
But wait, my tale of woe isn't finished yet.
I get the CDs burned..and every flipping time I print I notice an error in a song title.
I had to print the tracklisting sheet 4 times before I got one that was totally correct. For some reason, Nero likes to cut off the song titles when it transfers over to the labeling program.
But at long last the 2011 mix is complete. I'm not mailing out many, but for those of you, like Bilbo who enjoy them, I will be posting this year's mix in the next day or so.
~ The Moody Blues are coming to Pittsburgh on April 2, which happens to be my dad's 86th birthday and a Monday night. Guess I won't be going. I haven't been to a concert in a year now. That makes me very sad.
~ Dad didn't need the Procrit shot! Woo hoo! His blood count was 11.0, which for him is really good! However at the heart doc, I saw his report from his hospital stays and I don't feel very good at all. In fact, I feel a bit scared.
~ It was cold, wet and then snowy today. That sucks to infinity and beyond. Have I mentioned I have a deep seeded hatred of all things related to winter.
~ I got nothing else done today other than driving my dad to and from his appointments. It is leaving me very frustrated.
~ The Penn State scandal is getting scarier and scarier. How did this man not get arrested before this year? and seriously, bail? I don't think so!
I got the call this afternoon that the new range will be delivered sometime tomorrow afternoon. The old range is 60 years old. It was the only oven my parents ever had. It is a white Tappan.
They don't make em like that anymore!
It was the most awesome stove. It had 2 electrical outlets on the backsplash and a light! It also had two side drawers for storage!
It looks similar to this one only our oven door has no window. It is a shame that there is no one that can work on the stove, it could be restored, but with dad's health so bad, and there not being a rent-a-man store around, it will just have to go.
I spent an hour at Lowes only to discover they won't hook up the damn thing if I bought it there. WTF is up with that. It is a freaking gas range. If I buy one..and you deliver and haul away the old one, why can't you hook up the new one so that I know it works?
They will not be getting my business. I'll be going to Highway Appliance. I may pay more at the local store, but I'll know the damn thing will be installed and functioning and that my house won't blow up when I turn the oven on for the first time.
I guess I'll be using the crockpot for the next few days until we can sort this mess out.
Oh and if anyone knows where the money fairy is hiding, send her our way, because I don't know where we're getting the money for a range.
I'm working on some cleaning projects, as always. I have the second Christmas tree up. It is a little 6 ft white tree with blue lights. We couldn't put the big tree up this year, simply because of the fear that we'd need the EMS people to come through.
That tree rivaled Father Jerry's super duper gorgeous creation. (Yeah...I'm still hung up on that tree! It freaking spins!!!!!!!!!)
I bought a beautiful (and cheap) dress for Christmas at Fashion Bug. Thanks to Fashion Bug cash I saved $20.00. I'm going to look like a present! It is a red wrap dress and I got a festive necklace and earring set. Woo hoo!
So all in all, not a bad day....it just feels like I've done nothing. However that isn't very different from any other day.
I guess what gets done, gets done. I only have 2 hands.....
Oddly my 5 are all country pop. How weird is that? Even the new Erasure didn't impress me much.
1. Jake Owen - Barefoot Blue Jean Night
2. Lady Antebellum - We Owned The Night
3. Miranda Lambert - Baggage Claim
4. Kristin Chenoweth - I Want Somebody (Bitch About)
5. Thompson Square - Are You Gonna Kiss Me Or Not
Ever have one of those days where you have every intention of posting something but then nothing goes right?
Yeah, that's me.
I've got Vista running on my puter but for some reason it can't and won't run updates ...and on top of it all I ended up with some nasty malware last night that took about 3 hours to find and get rid of.
I really wish I could upgrade my operating system, but if I'm going to do that I might as well invest in a new computer.
I do know one thing, if I do that...I will not buy a desktop ever again.
I'm not sure I'll be checking it twice, but I probably should. It is time for the Christmas To-Do List from hell to take shape.
1. Clean living room so that the tree can be assembled.
2. Assemble and decorate said tree.
3. Get over the tree envy I'm feeling about a certain Priest's absolutely incredible tree!!!
4. Work on a grocery list for holiday.
5. Decide which cookies are going to be made and what items will be on the table for Christmas Eve and Christmas Day dinner.
6. Burn the Christmas Mix CD.
7. Buy presents..though this year it will be slim pickin's
8. Buy wine...lots of wine.
9. Remember that it is not polite to kill people.
10. Enjoy the holiday
Today's the final day of my week of thanks. I've found I'm thankful for a lot. Friends, family, music...answered prayers....a good bottle of wine...
Its the little things to that bring small joys to my life. Today I'm going to focus on some of the little things that I'm thankful for....
1. Starbucks coffee
2. McDonald's fries
3. Christmas trees
4. Good books
6. Pretty clothes
7. Vodka (cherry please)
8. New ornaments for the tree
9. Snow that is pretty and doesn't make driving a bitch
10. Christmas specials
My pets: Sure there are a lot of them. I'm a total animal lover. I love dogs, cats, rabbits, hamsters etc. There has never been a time in my life when there weren't animals running around my house.
Here is one of my little fur babies now
This is Gizmo. She started out as part feral, but quickly adapted to the life of a kittypet. She is now happy and lazy and sleeping most of her days away. She wasn't amused by people overtaking her dining room though!
Elvis Costello: EC is the musician that I always go back to no matter what. I have loved his music almost as long as long as I've loved The Beatles and The Monkees.
Whenever the chips are down or I'm in an angsty mood, this is music that I go to. My favorite albums are Brutal Youth, Blood and Chocolate and Imperial Bedroom, though I have to say, each album holds a special place in my heart.
His music has really shaped my life, plus I was lucky enough to meet him two times.
I'm very thankful for the many years of music he's brought...and hopefully there with be many more to come.
Starting today, I'm going to share one thing a day that I'm thankful for this year. Feel free to join in and share your things.
1. I'm thankful that my father is still with us this year. It has been a hard year for him health wise. Since last Christmas he has been in the hospital nearly once every month. It has been tough and a few of the trips to the ER have been life threatening and scary for both him and us.
I'm glad God has allowed him to stay with us, and hopefully he'll be with us next Thanksgiving and Christmas too.
This March will be a milestone year for mom and dad. On March 15th they will (God willing) celebrate their 60th wedding anniversay.
I am so thankful that Dad is still here...and mom too. They are the most precious people in my life.
1. Got most of the Thanksgiving shopping done. I still need a few small things for the meal.
2. Treated myself to some pretty things at Fashion Bug.
3. Went to lunch with my brother.
4. Rearranged the set up of two rooms slightly so that we can have Christmas trees up for the holiday.
5. Vacuumed. (BLECH)
6. Made an awesome Beef Vegetable soup.
7. Straightened up in the kitchen.
I'm about to do some laundry....
I've been up since about 7...and I'm thoroughly exhausted.
Tomorrow I need to go to Walmart, and I'm going to make nutroll for the first time.
Top 5 musical things that you are thankful for this year
1. New albums by Lady Antebellum, Erasure, Nick Lowe and The Puppini Sisters
2. Great country artists that I really came to love this year...like Zac Brown Band.
3. The leaked video of David Tennant's farewell to The Proclaimers 500 miles
4. Discovering artists like The Gothard Sisters through my freelance job.
5. All the music on my computer that keeps me sane.
My mind is a bit to frazzled for blogging. We thought dad would be coming home today, but things changed there.
My faith in the Catholic chuch is waning. Actually...my faith isn't waning..but my feelings about our church hierarchy is. It is a long story...dealing with our former pastor, who is still a friend...and the events of a few years ago...I don't know..but I want to knock heads. My mother got along really well with this man we all did...and he isn't allowed to talk to us... ARGH...I shouldn't go there...but I will shake my fist in the air at the stupidity of this all.
That said...I can talk about anything to Father Jerry, but he didn't connect well with mom, and since she's a shut in...well that makes it all the more difficult.
I'm babbling now....so I should stop before I say something that I might regret...
For those of you that might not have guessed it, we took my dad back to the hospital Wednesday morning, with shortness of breath and some chest pain. His heart was out of rhythm there was also some fluid on his lungs.
So they are keeping him to monitor his condition.
The word pacemaker was brought up...but we aren't sure how we feel about that right now, considering all the other things he has going on.
~ Went to work...
~ Took dad to the doctors for his Procrit shot.
~ Teased my bff in the parking garage of the hospital...for those of you not in the know..my second bff is my priest. Oye vey.
~ Picked up prescriptions at the Eagle
~ Snacks at Dairy Queen
~ Drama on arrival home...
~ Voted for a bunch of losers
~ Ordered Chinese...
If this day doesn't merit a sigh...I don't know what does...
Christmas and Thanksgiving are creeping up....but Christmas has more stuff attached to it. The Christmas tree to be exact.
There's a lot of new medical supplies in our house this year....potty chairs, oxygen compressors.
There's not a lot of room for stuff like Christmas trees.
I have 2.
We usually do one tree in the living room and I do the other in my computer room by the window.
I have no freaking idea where in the hell the trees are going.
However, I'm not sure we are doing anything for Christmas other than dinner and church. This year has been so bad financially (I haven't worked a full week, thanks to doctor's appointments in over a month) that we simply can't afford it.
I guess figuring out where to put the tree in our house is the least of my worries.
The recipe can be found here. I tweaked it a bit because I didn't need a huge loaf and I used cheese and a McDonald's BBQ dipping sauce on the top. I also used a meat loaf mix of meats rather than just ground beef. I think it turned out great.
I made the refried bean soup that I posted about here today. OMG! If you like tortilla soup, you will like this. It was so good.
I made pulled pork with a wonderful pork sirloin roast I got at Giant Eagle and did my own homemade BBQ (1 cup brown sugar, 1 cup ketchup, 5 splashes of Worcestershire sauce) and cooked it on low for about 4 hours and 1 hour on high.
This had to be the nommiest dinners I've made in a long time.
As soon as everyone leaves I'm going to relax with an apple cider martini.
3 oz Vodka
3 oz Apple Cider
After that...I plan to pass out on the couch for the evening and watch old britcoms!
My freelance gig netted me an extra $93.00 bucks this month. I realize that's not a whole lot of money, but when I've had to miss work because of my dad's ill health, it really helps make up for lost time, so to speak.
But this is definitely a woo hoo moment.
Cos basically like that Capital One commercial with Jimmy Fallon, "Who doesn't want more cash?"
I know I do.
I've got bills to pay and I've got loads of people in my life with birthdays and whatnot in the next month and a half.
Curse all of you Nov and Dec birthdays!
Here's hoping I get some more reviews, because I've not even made $500.00 this year from that job.
Sometimes people come into your life for a reason.
I'm sure many of you know that our former pastor was put on administrative leave because of some rather unsavory allegations. I considered this man a friend, and I still do.
When that happened I lost a good deal of my faith. I went to church only when I was scheduled to be a lector. There were times when I wanted to give that up. I've been a lector in our parish since I was confirmed ages ago...I'd say I've been a lector for 20 years.
Then my dad got sick in December ...and in February we had a new pastor assigned to our church. I can say truthfully that if it weren't for Father Jerry, I wouldn't be Catholic.
In him, I've found a pastor that is also a good friend, who listens to me, and who has really been wonderful when my dad has been in the hospital.
I don't know why he was chosen for our parish, but I'm very glad he is here.
He has acquired several new medications...taken daily...a shot to be given once every week or every other week..and 2 new doctors...a hematologist and a kidney doctor. All who want to see him in the next 2 weeks.
Oh and as usual, one of the prescriptions is screwed up.
Oh and my flirtation texted me that I should keep dad home with the cats and dog now...after he paid him a visit...
And no Mike, it isn't a doctor....it is more inappropriate than that...and not hospital personnel.
Well I worked a whopping 2 hours today. At 9:30 the call came that my dad's bloodwork had been received at his doctor's office and his count was down to 8.7.
By 10, I knew I had to be on my way home so I could get him to the hospital. It is much better to transfuse when the low blood count isn't giving him problems with his COPD.
So off we went.
It was actually a pretty easy stress free procedure, and dad got lunch while he was there.
I played Sudoko on my Nook and read for a bit.
I could think of worse ways to spend the afternoon. (You know, like being at work....or being in the ER)
Oh and I told my friend about Dad's transfusion...and I was told to go drinking...and was reminded that at some point...this friend was going to take me out to get drunk...Ah...my inappropriate friends...How is it that I find these people without even looking?
~ Eharlequin sucks for ebooks, they have a great selection but the discount is horrible, plus for most books, the print copies are about 40 cents cheaper! WTF!!!
~ Not sure how I feel about the new Erasure CD, which saddens me, because they are one of my favorite bands. I hate when my favorite bands put out "Meh" albums.
~ Bought 3 Christmas romances at Goodwill. I love Christmas books. They always give me the warm fuzzy feelings.
~ There are way too many novels about vampires, and very few of them are actually good.
~ I need to watch a good comedy. I saw Bridesmaids a few weeks ago and enjoyed that but haven't found any other films I want to watch since.
~ Starbucks Salted Carmel Mocha with a shot of Peppermint = Coffee love
~ Best new shows of the season for me
Comedy: 2 Broke Girls
~ Tim Allen's new show is going to suck. Why do guys like Tim and Kelsey Grammer always play the same character over and over? Oh and Tim as a homophobic republican turns me off. Sorry Tim, I loved Home Improvement but I won't be tuning in to Last Man Standing.
Welcome to the weekly meme that celebrates the wonders and sometime hilarity of cats! Join us by posting a favorite LOL cat pic you may have come across, famous cat art or even share with us pics of your own beloved cat(s). It's all for the love of cats! Enjoy!
Most of my friends will know why I picked this LOLcat for the meme! I love Doctor Who and the Daleks are my favorite alien from the series. I even have a Dalek on my keychain, thanks to a good friend of mine.
I have to say, Daleks could probably take care of most dental problems either by exterminating the plaque or exterminating the tooth!
I don't think I ever really gave much thought to how hard things would be twenty years ago when I was about to start college. I knew then that I was likely going to be the one family member taking care of my parents.
Flashforward to today.
Mom is almost totally blind from diabetes. Dad is on oxygen 24/7 and is anemic, and not just mildly so, he's the kind of anemic that require transfusions every few months.
I do all the shopping, most of the cooking, I take them to the doctors, make sure they have their pills, and have them organized, oh and I clean the potty chairs too.
And that's just the stuff that relates to them.
I still have my work and my furrbabies to care for...and myself.
There are times when I really feel like I'm burning the candle at both ends.I get cranky and I don't want to. I love mom and dad. I truly don't mind what I'm doing. But I really wish I could do more. That I could be there more.
Everywhere I go, this book has been being pushed. It is called The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern.
Here's the blurb that goes with the book: There are no grand announcements when Le Cirque des Rêves comes to town. It arrives without warning, its alluring black and white striped tents open for business only when darkness falls. For it is the circus of dreams, filled with acts of enchantment. But there is nothing fanciful about the game magicians Celia and Marco have been training to play since they were children. Both protégés of cruelly competitive men with extraordinary powers, they were groomed to participate in a fierce competition in which, unbeknownst to them, only one can be left standing. Even as they tumble headfirst into love—a deep magical love that makes lights flicker and the room grow warmer when they so much as touch hands—the deadly match must play out. And what of their calculating masters? The fates of everyone, including daring performers and captivated patrons, hang in the balance, as precariously as the death-defying acrobats soaring overhead.
“Debut author [Erin] Morgenstern doesn’t miss a beat in this smashing tale of greed, fate, and love” (Publishers Weekly, starred review). The Night Circus is nothing less than sensational and will hold readers spellbound to the shocking last “act”….
I'm so getting this book next month from BOMC2, assuming I can wait that long!
The more time I spend as a caregiver for my mom and dad the more I become aware of my failings in the parenting arena. I'm glad I never had the opportunity or the desire to procreate, because I fear I would be a lousy mother.
I have very little patience and I have the attention span of a fruit fly. I'm lousy at keeping house. The only thing that I am halfway decent at is cooking.
That's strange, because I didn't really learn the art of cooking until about a year ago.
Now it is the one thing I get a small amount of enjoyment from, but I don't get to try as many different recipes as I'd like. It comes from having to feed 5 or 6 people that have very different likes and dislikes.
So far I'm really happy with the way my tv shows are shaping up this fall. I adore 2 Broke Girls and am looking forward to Mike and Molly on Monday after 2 And A Half Men. (Not sure how I feel about that show right now).
NCIS was awesome on Tuesday...and my mom says Unforgettable was pretty good too.
I loved the premiere of The Middle and Modern Family. I'm glad to have those shows back...and Big Bang was hysterical tonight.
So much goodness and Psych comes back on Oct 12.
I'm going to be a couch potato this fall.
I'd rather do that than pay attention to the politics of this country...cos oye...I'm all for the Vote Em All Out option.
1989/? - Nov 2, 2006
Sleep well sweet prince.
1993 - Dec 16, 2006
Sleep well baby girl
199? - July 21, 2008
Sleep well baby, Itch.
1995 - August 27, 2009
Purrbee was a nice little dog. Sleep well sweet prince
1993 - Sept 20, 2009
Mutchka: The Great Mutchcoweeo, he was always looking for food for his piehole.
May 17, 2012 - June 9, 2013
Blinky Mucker: My sweet sweet binky mucker, I love the Blinky Mucker
April 2, 2006 - Aug 29, 2013
Bootsie: Bootsietardalopasaurus, the invisi-cat