Tuesday, March 25, 2008

shhhh the babies are sleeping

 

These are the two new foster babies that we got in yesterday. They are just so sweet. The top on is nutmeg and the bottom one is twist. I am so blessed.

Also, yesterday I took down a stack of quilts and a lady at the shelter gave me a stack of material. I was so happy to see that material. Now I can make another quilt for another marine.

George is about on my last nerve. I think it might be miscommunication, but I am so done right now.

So we let George borrow one of our cars, so she could go do some running around to get the stuff ready for her to get her truck.

Well tonight we are suppose to meet her at the dealership, so that we can drive the car home.

George just called me and asked why Rusty wanted her to call him before she left base to come up here. I told her that I did not know. Then George say's "No one is driving the truck off the lot but me. I do not want anyone sitting next me. I am scared enough to drive a stick and don't need anyone else making me nervous." I said, "well I have to go the kittens are crying".

Rusty then calls me. I told him the conversation. Rusty says" the reason I need to know is because I have to go to the house and get Amber, so that Amber can drive the car back. You are going out tonight, so someone has to be with the kittens. I need to know what time frame I am looking at, so I can make sure that everything is covered."

Rusty has said the same thing. We are done dealing with George over this truck issue. We offered to teach her how to drive a stick, and get out of first gear while on a hill. She said no that she would figure it out. She borrows our car, and then thinks that Rusty wants to drive her truck? Whatever. I am going to tell George to go park our car in the dirt lot by the dealership and that we will pick it up later.

Why do I bother?

Well today I got to drive a Jaguar. You know I thought it would be so cool to drive a brand new Jaguar, but it was very uncomfortable and now my back hurts. LOL

Lisa said that she had to work today, so we are now driving to San Mateo California, to go kid nap her from work! So Lisa you will not have to work with the troll today! LOL

Here is the link to Lisa's journal and the link for her city.

Lisa's journal is private, so here is the link but I am sorry if you cant read it.

http://journals.aol.com/lisa41076/LisasPlaceofthoughtsandramblings/

http://www.cityofsanmateo.org/index.html

Sorry for not commenting a lot today. The babies are keeping my busy!

11 comments:

plieck30 said...

Those little babies are soooo cute. Paula

lifes2odd said...

The babies are precious!
Martha

deshelestraci said...

Oooh the kittens are so sweet.  Yes, George sounds like a bit of a pain right now.  Just keep loving her.  Apparently she needs you guys.
Traci

lisa41076 said...

Kelli, Awwwwwww those kitties are so cute, I'll be looking for you at work , Hugs Lisa

lv2trnscrb said...

those babies are adorable!! can I have one of their bottles (only kidding LOL)

good luck to George and her stick shift driving!! she'll get the hang of it sooner or later :)

betty

ukgal36 said...

i do not like cats but those kittens are adorable!
did i just say that?
LOL
Lyn
http://journals.aol.com/ukgal36/Britsblog/

hugsdoodlewacky said...

(((((((((((((((((HUGSOYOU))))))))))))Thoes are eatiful kittens.Sounds like you could use a vaction.

lanurseprn said...

Good luck with George. The kittens are adorable!
Pam

rdautumnsage said...

Wow you and me both, are we twins that somehow end up living the same time stream? Why? Because a feral stray that I've been feeding, who has yet to let me get close to her, just gave birth to 4 kittens on my front porch. So far she seems to be taking care of them. I figure give her another week or so, then I plan on taking them away and bottle feeding them. I've had to do that once before when the mother is a feral. It allows the kittens to become adapted to humans and being handled otherwise the mother would teach them that basic fear she has. It's funny I never have to go to a shelter these days, it seems my home is the shelter.

As for George, I never did understand why someone you help, suddenly turns and bites the hand that is helping them. Even wild animals have the basic instinct to know where the food and help is coming from. (Hugs) Indigo

gehi6 said...

Oh these kittens are precious.  Well, you have explained well why you do what you do.  Reminds me of when our dad would bring in the runt pigs for us to raise because if he didn't the mother would kill them.  That is how we got Black Velvet and Pork Chop.  I named the last one that so I wouldnot be so upset at where ethe grown pig was going to be sent, to market.  Like Black Velvet got sent who seemed to know and refused to be loaded.  It took them hours he was so resistent. At lest cats aren't slated for market like pigs, calves, and lambs.  We also raised a dogey lamb that was so cute, "Black Wooley." And so it goes.  

nelishianatl said...

They are so sweet!  I haven't seen any that small in a long time.

I would be so done with George too by now.  You try and help somebody and they turn around and act like you're doing something to them instead.  I hope you told her ot leave the car at the dealership.  Once she fends for herself awhile she'll have no one else to be mad with but herself.  She's very immature.

Nelishia