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December 21, 2006



Well, here I am losing weight! You & T can have it if you really want it, but I don't think Ms. Kitty needs anymore.


Cool. I'm fluffy too!

How come you named your cat after a strip club, ma?

Caryl Walker

so, I would be fluffiest of all!!???!!


Merry Christmas my dear friend. May Santa find you and bring you his best. God Bless.


Miss Kitty is a mere wisp of a girl, Ophelia weighs 20 pounds, I'm sure its just her flowing fur. Merry Christmas Jackie! So nice to see you posting again.


Quilly-Sister - NONE of us need it, so no thanks. Good job, girl!

Cindra - I never thought about that before! And, you know, that club is still there. Funny.

Caryl - there is always someone fluffier, richer, taller, bigger, stronger, etc. etc. etc. etc. etc.
So, no. :)

Chana - thank you so much. I'm wishing the same to you and yours. (Santa already found me!)


Kat, thanks. Merry Christmas to your bunch, too. Twenty pounds - that's not a cat, it's a small lion! :)


Gee, you're lucky the vet didn't scold you about the fluffiness! Spot's vet is always on my case about his weight.

Hope you have a Merry Christmas!


Janet, I asked about rationing food, and was told she's fine for now, not old enough to worry about it yet.
Wishing you a Merry Christmas, too, and keep Spot away from the calorie laden eggnog!


Our cat is like a pipe cleaner in summer and doubles in size for the winter. The more the temperature drops the more he eats. So your cat may be confused, in her mind she should be eating because thats what she does at this time of year, but she doesnt need to now that she is in the warm. She has latitude lag. Treat her gently.

Have a good Christmas


Hi Mom,

Please post the christmas omelette recipe for me and for Tall Chick. Mine never turns out the way yours does.

Thanks. I heart you big.


Dave - 'latitude lag' - I like it! You may be right. We're letting her eat when she wants. Happy holidays to you and yours.


Cindra Jo, I don't HAVE a recipe for the oven omelette. I can tell you what I do. I spray the bottom of pie pans or 9x13 pan, and lay slices of cheddar cheese, two deep to cover the bottom, or at least 1/4 inch thick if it's shredded. I fry some bacon or sausage links, and while they cool, chop up onion, green pepper, mushrooms, and sometimes - tomato. Then chop the links or crumble the bacon. I whip about 5 eggs for one piepan, or about a dozen for a 9x13 pan, with salt, pepper, and garlic salt. Then I pour in some milk (I don't know! maybe 1/4 to 1/2 cup for piepan and 1 cup for 9/13?), and a large dollop of either steak sauce, worchistshire sauce, 57 sauce-anything! Pour everything into the pan with the meat and all the chopped stuff, and put in 375 degree oven. After it's cooked for somewhere between 20 and 30 minutes, I pull the edges (which have set) toward the middle, and cook it another 15 to 30 minutes, at least, until it's done in the center.

You know, honey, there are probably alot of recipes online if you look under quiches or oven breakfasts - it's basically a quiche with no crust! And I know there are some recipes that use hashbrowns for a crust, or white bread, and they've always sounded good. xoxoxoxo

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