Project 365 – Day 38


Water glass

I was very torn on what photo to show today.  Which is funny considering that about 3.5 hours ago, I was struggling to find something to photograph for the day.  This is just a water glass from the Dale Carnegie class I attended tonight.  It was a challenging class for me because I had to step out of my comfort zone for one of the examples I gave to the class.  I did okay, but I think I could have done better.

Chow time

I’m worried about Spotacus.  I thought that I was imagining things when he seemed to be losing weight, but the two people who take care of my cats when I’m away also noticed it.  I know he hasn’t been eating much lately since his bowl is never empty.  And both my cats have a tendency to hoard food when I’m away.  Tonight I gave both cats wet food for a treat, and he scarfed that down so I’m feeling a bit better.  Spot is about 16 years old now, and I’m terrified of the thought of losing him.

February 7, 2013

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1 Response to “Project 365 – Day 38”

  1. 1 Amy Furness
    2013/02/08 at 8:14 am

    You did great! It is a very challenging class. Good for you for pushing yourself!

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