Feline Friday

Feline Friday is simple to join. All you have to do is:

Post a picture, drawing, cartoon or video of a cat (They may be silly or cute).

Make sure you leave a link to your post and I’ll visit your Feline Friday post.

What better way to start the weekend than with a feline!
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Friendly Fill-ins

Each Thursday Ellen of 15andmeowing and Lorianne of Four-Legged Furballs, provide Friendly Fill-in questions.

Ellen came up with the first two questions and Lorianne came up with the last two questions.

If you need help, please let either Ellen or Lorianne know.

Here are this weeks questions:
1. I rarely __________, I _________ instead.
2. My spring to do list includes ______ and _______.
3. If I were invisible for a day, I would _________.
4. When I was young, I _________ because ________.

Here are my answers:
1. I rarely travel anymore, I read instead.
2. My spring to do list includes window and shutter cleaning.
3. If I were invisible for a day, I would do nothing. I would have a day just for me.
4. When I was young, I worked hard because I wanted to be able to care for myself and not depend on a man. I’ve seen some sad women who had no choices and I vowed I would not be one of them.

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84 thoughts on “Feline Friday

  1. Memories of Eric and Flynn says:

    That is a lovely little family.
    I love to travel, but like everyone it has been restricted for the last 2 years.

      • Memories of Eric and Flynn says:

        We do have a 2 week cruise booked for next month but I am a bit apprehensive about it. I am sure it will be fine once we get on board. We have a big balcony so we can keep to ourselves when necessary.

    • Sandee says:

      I thought these kitties were most adorable. I vowed I would not be like my mother and aunts. They were so unhappy, but stuck in bad marriages. 🙂

      • Darla M Sands says:

        Those kitties are adorable! I’m sorry you saw such sorrow. You are inspiring, my dear. ~hugs~ I bet you could write an excellent book on helping today’s women balance a self reliant work ethic, motherhood, and relationships in general.

  2. foguth says:

    Meowser Ms. Sandee, good answers, I purrticularly like #4 – everyone should be able to care for themselves and their needs, thus stay with a purrson because it is a lovely place to be. Have a wonderful day/weekend… big, big things are happening in the shadows…. good things!

  3. Sandra Hangey says:

    I rarely watch TV because I read instead. when I was young I thought I was ugly because I compared myself to my cousin and her friends.

  4. Cecilia Upchurch says:

    Sandee, I am a sucker for a pink nose on a kitty. Madi also had a wee freckle on the side of her pink nose and her paw pads were alternating pink and black. When you finish with your windows, holler I’ll send you my address
    Hugs and Happy Friday to you and Zane

  5. 15andmeowing says:

    Sucha cute kitty family. Thanks for hosting Feline Friday and for joining in the fill-ins, great answers. Kuddos to you on #4. And I have a lot of window cleaning to do this spring too. Have a nice weekend. XO

    • Sandee says:

      I love kitties and I would take all of these. I vowed to always take care of myself. I’ve had boyfriends over the years that wanted me to give up my career and have them take care of me. I dumped them then and there. 🙂

  6. Jen says:

    I like your number 4. Luckily, I have the most amazing man in my life who is my best friend. Like you do. It’s lovely to need each other, but still be able to do what needs to be done independent of one another.

  7. Eugenia says:

    What a beautiful family of kitties! You and I parallel on your answer to #4. I’ve supported myself most of my life and I thank my parents for pushing me to be self-sufficient. Back in my day, girls being raised to get a higher education and a good job was not the trend. Happy Friday!

    • Sandee says:

      My father once told me that all I was going to do it get married and have babies. Pissed me off. In my 40s he told me I was the only one of the kids that amounted to anything. Happy Friday. 🙂

  8. Eastside Cats Blog says:

    #4: Yes!
    #1: Reading…If I could read books for a living, I’d do it! The hardest part of enjoying good literature (or even not-so-good literature), is finding access to all of the books in a series. Many of the UK authors don’t have American distribution.
    I could strong-arm my local library to find the books that I want, but that seems like a bully-type of deal, so I won’t.

    • Sandee says:

      I love to read. Hubby loves to read. We have piles of books to read and when we’re read them we pass them on. Many end up in Veterans Hospitals for them to enjoy. 🙂

  9. Rose A (@mail4rosey) says:

    Those kitties are super cute. I love your answer to work hard to be able to be self-sufficient. That’s what I teach all of my kids too.

    I rarely read a newspaper, I surf the internet for news instead.
    My spring to do list includes cleaning out the linen closet and repainting the base boards.
    If I were invisible for a day, I would go to the beach and read all day.
    When I was young, I could eat anything because calories didn’t stick (that is no longer true).

    • Sandee says:

      It’s what we need to teach every child. Good for you.

      Love all your fill-ins and especially #4. That was me too. My nickname for years was Slim. 🙂

  10. yvonne473 says:

    Adorable kitties! I read more than travel these days too. I used to love to travel but haven’t in awhile. I almost chose the same #3 as you did, but then I got nosey and wanted to spy on my kitties. LOL Have a great weekend!

  11. UP says:

    kitties are the best.

    Here are this weeks questions:
    1. I rarely soda, i drink coffee and tea instead.
    2. My spring to do list includes purging my closet and donating some things..
    3. If I were invisible for a day, I would _hide in the oval office to see what’s really goingon .
    4. When I was young, I wanted to be an attorney because the ones i knew were wealthy.

    • Sandee says:

      I can’t remember the last time I had a soda. I drink lots of water though.

      Did the closet a couple of years ago and decided not to let it get out of control again.

      Let me know what’s going on in the oval office.

      Have a fabulous day and weekend, Paul. 🙂

  12. Invisibly Me says:

    Aww those kittykats are so sweet. What happens to cats when they grow up and become meanies who take pleasure in bossing their humans around? 😂

    I had always wanted to be independent when I was younger, working hard to get anything I did by my own efforts and my own merit. I think it’s a good way to live if you can, though it’s not always that simple I know.

    Cleaning blinds and windows. That’s something that has been on my list for quite some time. I actually bought a new glass cleaner on Monday, two big bottles, in the hope to attempt it soon. I feel I may talk myself out of it for a while longer yet… But I do love spring cleaning and things feeling fresher as the nicer weather comes in.

    Have a lovely weekend, Sandee xxxx

    • Sandee says:

      My windows and shutters are easy to clean. I do the downstairs one day and the upstairs the next day. Works swell for us. So much work in the spring. You have a lovely weekend too, Caz. 🙂

    • Sandee says:

      I vowed that I would pay my own way in life and not depend on anyone for anything. It’s worked out very well. I’m not retired and can still take care of my financial needs. 🙂

  13. Bette A. Stevens says:

    Like you, I do most of my traveling in books these days… Right now I’m in 1930s Kentucky mountains with The Book Woman of Troublesome Creek Great trip! 💞 Have a beautiful weekend, Sandee! xo

  14. Anne Robinson says:

    Love those kittens! Sweet lil things. I LOVE your answers! They are all excellent. I am sure grateful that I know you. Perhaps one day we will meet in person. It is a thought that crosses my mind many times. It is always fun to meet blogging friends. I have never been happier. My grandson was just in California, I should have stowed away with them hahahaha. They were in Carlsbad and went to the San Diego Zoo and of course, DIsneyland. The kids had a wonderful time.

  15. Anne Marie Robinson says:

    When I read your answers I loved them all but #4 struck me. My grand girl Christal had a rough childhood. She is married with 3 kids but she went through absolute hell when she was a yougn teen. She treated herself to a Metallica concert in Las Vegas last week. When she told her story, I never knew the whole story. I admire her courage and I also admire the fact that she learned to take care of herself also. She’s a great mom and wife and she is bi-lingual. She has a nice job and enjoys her life. I love stories with happy endings. 🙂 I hope you have a terrific weekend. Take care HUGS & LOVE

  16. DrillerAA says:

    Mom is always trying to groom one of the kids before the family portrait.

    I rarely travel much these days, I capture and share my world though the camera lens instead.
    My spring to do list includes planting new butterfly bushes and doing a little landscaping.
    If I were invisible for a day, I would like to go inside the White House war room and hear what they’re really thinking.
    When I was young, I vowed to work a 9-5 job because my dad worked shift work and missed nearly all of my sports growing up.

    • Sandee says:

      I did years of shift work. I had a good job though, so I faithfully worked whatever shift they assigned me to. I’m reaping the benefits now. 🙂

  17. Jen says:

    Aww, cute kitties! I might do the fill ins one day. LOL! My dad taught me to be self sufficient. I think everyone needs to know how to rely on just themselves. You never know what kind of a situation you may find yourself in. Have a great weekend!

    • Sandee says:

      I agree with you, Jen. Getting help is one thing, but depending on others all the time isn’t a good thing. You have a great weekend too, Jen. 🙂

  18. meowmeowmans says:

    That cat sure looks like a good momma to those cute babies. 🙂

    Sandee, your answer #1 is so spot on. I love reading, and imagining the places I am reading about.

    Have a great weekend!

  19. kittiesblue says:

    What a sweet kitty family, and good job on the fill-ins. My traveling days seem to be over; though, there are still places I’d like to visit. Love and hugs and kisses from the kitties, Janet

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