Squeaky Cat has passed over the rainbow bridge.
Things are going badly with Dorcas and Zorrita. They are still fighting, and it’s getting worse. Today I put a muzzle I bought on Zorrita, as she is the larger dog. The two dogs ran together, and then, unexpectedly, all the other dogs started attacking Zorrita, apparently coming to the defense of their smallest sister. … Continue reading Things are going badly with Dorcas and Zorrita.
This has been a strange week. Tuesday night after a meeting of the Monterey County Democrats where I’m the secretary, I go very chilled in a very cold unheated hall. As I drove home from Monterey to Salinas, about 30 miles, I got even more chilled as my car has no functional heater as it … Continue reading A very sick weak…
Yesterday I took puppers, Dorcas and Brunhilda, to be spayed, chipped, and vaccinated at the SPCA Low-Cost Clinic. I am on the list for them sometime in July, but I decided to try to get in space-available now like I did in December with Mama Delight and Brother Fenris, and I got both in. It was a struggle to get each of them in the doggie carrier box.
Good news on the teaching job front!!! As some of you know, I’ve been a substitute teacher for about a year and a half. I’ve taught at every elementary school in Salinas, Greenfield, Chualar, Soledad Mission School, and Millenium High School. I recently applied to be a “provisional” teacher in the teacher pools at several … Continue reading Good Teaching Job News
I am still awaiting official notice if I have been hired. I didn’t get any notices via email, phone call, nor postal mail regarding my Teaching Hiring Status is yea or neigh. 🐎 Yet I got that email telling me to take that course on child abuse reporting within a few weeks of ‘hiring’. Logically thinking, … Continue reading Hired or not?
I was going to get an exam, cleaning, and if necessary, cavities filled. I got there and there was already a long line. After standing in line for about an hour, someone came out and announced that they already had the limit of people signed up than they could treat.