Spotty is home!
The vet said she was most definitely ready to be at home. She had walked around and cried all morning. When I opened the carrier, she shot out like a bullet and she and Cali reunited. She is much more loving and quiet. She climbed up in my lap and took a nap, and she didn't do that before. I know she may still feel drowsy, and the vet even sent her pain medicine home with her and told me to give if I suspected pain. I did give her one last night, and may need to again this morning. She got up, ate, drank, and is on my bed asleep. Cali is wandering around as usual.
No plans for us today. Love having a day 'off'. I thought when I retired, I would be bored and stay home all the time. NOT.
The following is my opinion and my opinion only......
The title picture caught my attention when I saw it. From what is on television, to the movies being made (for the most part), from the clothes, and peer pressure, our girls get a bad example. When I was growing up, I am sure there were clothes 'fads', movies that weren't so good for us, but we weren't allowed to go to see those, and our clothes HAD to be decent. From where I sit now, it is 'anything goes' and it is important to look and act like others our age....NOT. A perfect example is the people you see at Walmart.
I have been in church all of my life. I even find that is different these days. Some churches now think they have to 'entertain' young people, to get them to come to church. I may be wrong, but I thought people gathered to study the Bible, worship God, pray and help others. I have seen signs on the buildings, and on TV and the net, that show rock type bands, dress code - anything, and advertisements trying to get young people to come. My Pastor has said several times, that there is nothing wrong with watching the 'Andy Griffith' show, but at church our focus should be on God, not watching a TV show. It amazes me when I see some of the ads for going to worship.
Ok, that is my rant for today, but the cartoon title is pretty 'right on' these days!
Have a nice Friday.
Unless someone like you
cares a whole awful lot,
nothing is going to get better.