Oh damn, I missed it Not Happening.....
all your cats are charming :)
Rachel, you make me smile.Bearette, I agree!
I'm confused with your cats. I stared at your photo of Spot and thought "how could I have thought it so similar to mine, when Spot's markings don't reach down to his eyes!". Now I know it's Tiger.Thanks for your recent visit Judy. Good to know we are all still around to visit each other's blogs and not winging skyward! Might have saved me a whopping vet's bill if I'd been chosed for "up,up and away"!
Hi Pam, you're right. Tiger is one of our "official" cats, that live inside with us. Spot is one of the feral cats that we feed and shelter outside.
this is a "speaking apple" comment. I know you live nearby an apple store (lucky you). You need to befriend one of the youth at the "genuis bar" make them cookies, cupcakes or just be sweet. I think it's important to know the basics, it really does help you to utilize your top of the line, latest, greatest gadgets to their fullest. Go to your apple store - ask them tons + tons of questions.in the meantime Snow Leopard is the latest operating system = OSX. At the far left top corner of your computer desk top you'll see an apple icon. Hold the mouse over the icon and you'll seeabout this mac - memory, processor & version of software (operating system OSX). You do not need to update this often. I'm using 10.5.8This is your operating system for example Snow Leopard (which in it's life span will have a variety of updates available to you & your computer should ask you if you want to download them). your 3GB iphone I'm pretty sure is referring to 3 gigabytes not an internet browser/connection. Judy, Judy, Judy - you're using pretty top notch technology (lucky you) and you live withing driving distance of those darn apple child "geniuses" (lucky you again !). Get yourself to your apple store & make friends with them. No excuses !! I'm so envious of you to have that access you really should take advantage of it. I know you want to learn ... and trust me it really is not that hard once you understand the basics. Over N'Out ;-)Love the Spot photos. xo Susan
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