My fridge has been running non-stop since last night. You know how, when you open the freezer and the cooler is running, it will stop when you open? Mine doesn't. For HOURS it has just run, and run, and run. Fridge and Freezer part. I finally pulled it out and unplugged it because the noise was making me crazy.
Do refrigerators reboot? I really, really don't want to buy a new fridge right now. This couldn't have come at a worse time.
Dru Ann asked yesterday if I had a publisher for "Now and Forever" -- Dru, I'm going to self-publish it (I said that in one of my previous posts somewhere). I decided I didn't want to place the sequel to something with a different publisher.
Maria Zannini wisely gave me suggestions regarding the cover art, which I'm taking. There's a particular cover design that I love. "One Love for Liv" *sort of* has it (though I really don't like that cover). So, I think I'll go with that. It's distinctive and pretty. Now, I just need to decide what I want to PUT on the cover.
Dakota and Mom's kitty, Camille, got to meet yesterday. They did really well, all things considered. Dakota was very calm and submissive ... right up until the cat swatted at her. At that point, she decided the cat was playing and started to do play bows and head flips.
Camille was not amused. But she didn't run and hide. She held her ground. She's not in the least bit afraid of the dog. She knows who the house belongs to, and it's not Dakota.
Dakota's tail is a blur in the photo because she's wagging it like crazy.
It's a good thing they seem to tolerate each other, because it means I can still bring the dog for visits now and then.
There's a chance of ice on Friday and a chance of power outages. So, if I'm not here, that's why.
That's it for me. I should probably go plug the fridge back in now. *sigh*
You Are a Rat Catcher
Not the most glamorous job in the world, but the Middle Ages weren't exactly glamourous!
You have the skills, intelligence, and craftiness to be a successful rat catcher.
You are willing to take risks and go to some pretty sketchy places in the name of your career.
In modern times, you would make a good detective, pilot, or firefighter.
Awwww... poor rats. I think they're wrong in the overview, too.