Best Blog Neighborhood Ever

December 29, 2010 at 9:30 am 7 comments

I live in the best blog neighborhood ever!  Thanks y’all for your supportive, kind and encouraging comments.  Still no sign of my dog, but I wrapped up a few more loose ends that I didn’t want dangling into 2011 today in between shouting matches with Pap.

Have you ever had one of those days?  Your spouse is having attitude, you call them on it and then spend the rest of the day bickering over stupid, inane stuff.  No?  I’m the only one who does that?  Sheesh, maybe I ought to check my attitude!

If I don’t get back here before, I’m wishing you a joyous and safe New Year.  2011 is going to be the best year ever even if it kills me making it so!


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Goodbye and Good Riddance 2010 Lengthening the Time

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  • 1. guyana gyal  |  December 29, 2010 at 6:35 pm

    Oh no, when I’d read that your dog had run for the hills, I thought he’d come back when the cold made him shivery and hungry. I hope he finds his way home.

    I don’t have a spouse but based on the fact that all relationships have struggles, I can say this…yes, I’ve had those times, bickering. I’ve learnt though that I feel depressed when I’m upset, so I try to not be angry for long.

    I’m learning too to assess whether or not something is that important, and if it’s not, let it go.

    My neighbour, married, says that for the sake of peace, she does this.

  • 2. Kay Dennison  |  December 30, 2010 at 12:52 am

    Sorry about your dog. I hope he returns.

    I divorced my attitude problem. Funny thing is that these days we get along pretty well.

  • 3. Dave  |  January 4, 2011 at 2:28 am

    I go along with GG and use the , “is it important to me” line. If its not let it go. What’s the point of trying to win a discussion if the outcome isnt really that important to you. If its important, or should be important to the other person, and they dont care or dont want to know, and if they are big enough to make their own choices and decisions, so be it.

  • 4. Velvet Sacks  |  January 4, 2011 at 3:11 am

    I’m cleaning up my blog’s links list and was delighted when I clicked yours and found you “home” again. It’s great to see you again, Kat. So sorry your 2010 was so spectacularly crappy and wish you the best for the new year.

  • 5. Hayden  |  January 17, 2011 at 10:05 pm

    oh kat. I was hoping this post would say your dog is back. I’m so hoping and pulling for that. Any chance he returned to a different house – where you were before the move? Heartbreaking.

  • 6. Josè Pascal  |  June 20, 2011 at 3:45 pm

    Good day,
    I invite you to rummage into the tin. (

    I write with passion under the pseudonym of Jose Pascal and with great pleasure I invite you to visit the colletive writing blog “In simple words” and eventually publish /collaborate.

    I define blog as “a tin box where they are kept virtuaculturale thoughts, memories and simple stories.”

    To date, more than 100 friends / authors / contributors from all over the world have put their contributions into the italinglish tin box.

    Please extend the invitation to anyone you believe has a passion for writing and easy reading.

    Awaiting your response, I wish you a good life and I apologize if I disturbed.

    josè pascal

  • 7. Dave  |  December 1, 2011 at 11:22 am

    Its nearly a year since your last post, so you must have loads of stories to tell. If you still read the blog then, all the best anyway.


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