Five loads of donations

First load. Photo by author.

We moved into our Colorado house in 2008, when we got married. We bought the house furnished, then included additional things from my husband’s and my households. When his mom died, we also inherited things from her.

That’s a lot of stuff.

Our house in the Caribbean is also furnished…

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Whoops

Photo: Ashkan Forouzani on Unsplash

My phone has a gel case that helps if it slips. If you’re unlucky, the case may not be enough. The shock can still crack sensitive chips inside the phone, especially the one responsible for video display.

My tablet, prone to more frequent drops and knocks from cats, has a…

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A Father’s Day to Remember

All that was left of the burger. Photo by author.

For Father’s Day this year, we went up to Saratoga Springs, and had dinner at Prime at Saratoga National. This is a 5-star steakhouse, located on a premier golf course. If you dine on the porch or patio, you can look out over the gardens, waterfall, infinity pool, pond, and…

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Using the feline grimace scale

Photo: Pacto Visual on Unsplash

When we first got our cat, my husband couldn’t figure out how I was attributing emotions to her. Her face looked unreadable to him.

I explained what to look at. Are the ears up, down, or back? Are the whiskers down, forward, back, or sticking out like an angry hedgehog…

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They can’t afford to prosecute you

Photo: Tobias Tullius on Unsplash

I bought fake flowers at the local thrift store. It sells donated goods to raise money to help developmentally challenged and other underprivileged members of the community. It’s a charity, run on a shoestring.

So, naturally, I was surprised to find police cars surrounding it.

It turns out, a group…

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Jennifer Dunne

Jennifer Dunne

Regular contributor to The Daily Cuppa & Dancing Elephants Press📚Author of fiction and non-fiction🎓Getting PhD in Metaphysics✏️Topics: cats, positivity & life