Monday, July 22, 2013

Coming Soon!

I've been working on the big FUNdraiser wrap-up post this morning, but it is coming slow. I'll share it today, but not until later.  

I'm feeling a little weary after a very long past six weeks - plus a certain two cats prevented a good night's sleep last night. They had relay races in the wee hours,  followed by laps around our bed in a attempt to wake us up so we could give them snacks.   My head's a bit foggy this morning, and the totaling of all those squillions isn't happening too fast.

In the mean time, a quick pic of wee Wylla on my shoulder at Dog-A-Thon.  It was a great day, Wylla was awesome, and the full report on the walk will be coming tomorrow.

Now, back to the numbers.....    

XOXO



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14 comments:

  1. Love Wylla the shoulder-sitter! :)

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  2. Ohhhhhhhhhhhh Wylla!

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  3. Does racin' around the bed work for wakin' up peeps? And does it work for gettin' treats? Hmmm... I have GOT to try that!

    Purrs,
    Nissy

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  4. SO proud of all that you do, Laurie!! Take a moment to congratulate yourself for a job well done!

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  5. I agree with Dash, Laurie. After all the hard work you have done the past several weeks, you deserve a breather. And it sounds like Charlene and Wylla must have had some pent up energy from all they have done too! Leave mom and dad alone for a bit, Bean and Wylla! Let them relax for a while, will ya? :-)

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  6. Shoulder-mounted rocket kitteh!

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  7. I understand. That said, LG laughs at running around the bed. His style is more paws-on. First, a little nose nudge. That didn't work? Maybe do it a little harder. Nothing? Okay, try a little face-pawing. Maybe with an eensy bit of claw sticking out? Or not. hmmm...let's try some vocalizing. Which works better - the demanding voice, or the pitiful little mew? There's only one way to find out. MeeOW! [uh, mew?] Hel-loo? Well well, look who's up. FI-nally. What? Now you have to go to the bathroom? Well, hurry up. I'm starving here. [Winds self around mom's legs. Wait, uh, TMI, right? Okay, nuff said. Carry on.]

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  8. Oh, and LG and I both think Wylla looks simply adorable. So there's that.

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  9. So happy to hear that everyone had a good time at the Dog-A-Thon. I wish I could have attended just to see adorable wee Princess Wylla -- did she enjoying meeting all her adoring fans??

    My boys do the 3AM racing stint too -- everything is fine until I hear something crash and then trying to find the culprit is like looking for a needle in a haystack !! I think Wylla was just letting Ms. Bean know how much fun she had on Saturday, much to the detriment of Mom and Dad's sleeping.

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  10. Thundering Herd of Elephants is time honored, hoomin waking tradition!
    ~Vicat

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  11. How awesome, what a great testament to the IBKC community and it's generous people...especially Laurie, Cynthia and others who set up the donation matches, did artwork, etc. I am so glad I could help in my small way. The real winners are the kitties at the Humane Society, great effort by all.

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  12. That picture of Wylla is knockout, Laurie! Did she ever blink - even once - during the walk! What a character, as is her older sister!
    Get some rest - you've done well for the kitties! We can be patient!

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  13. What an adorable picture of Wylla! I swear, that is possibly the most photogenic kitten in the world, and since there isn't a single kitten who isn't incredibly photogenic, that's a pretty high standard to achieve. :)

    You've earned the chance to relax and take it easy. You did an amazing job of raising FUNds this year, and I don't think there's anyone who reads this website who's going to begrudge you a bit of a slowdown for a while!

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  14. great picture of Wylla and great job on the fund raising. feet up, relax, maybe some belly rubs for the girls

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