There is so much to be learned from Martin Luther King Jr. and his legacy. Although progress has been made over the years, there's still so much more to be done. We need to continue pressing for positive change and betterment for our world, for ourselves, for our family and friends, for all those who have been wronged. We need to keep Martin Luther King Jr.'s legacy alive, always. So today, and every day, let's remember the world he dreamed of and work to make it a reality.
I absolutely love the sound of my kitties running about the house, dashing after various toys, playing with one another, and meowing all the while. Those are such wonderful noises, ones that always brighten my day and make life better. This is a bit of a sad story, but I didn't realize how much I'd miss those noises until my family and I lost Romeo, our senior cat of 17 years.
One of my favorite parts of Christmas day each year is getting to see how my kitties react to it. This has always been one of the most memorable aspects for me. Christmas is definitely an exciting day for us humans, but I think it's even more so for fur babies, and judging from my own cats, this is most certainly the case.
Christmas preparation also includes a lot of wrapping paper, packaging, plastic, and other knick knacks for the kitties to play with. To be honest, the cats aren't very helpful with those preparations; their main contributions are tearing up wrapping paper, biting at scissors for said paper, and trying to eat ribbons. But, it's always nice to see them have so much fun!
This week, my family and I are in quarantine after being exposed to the terrible virus that shall not be named here. Accordingly, my anxiety has been off the charts lately, worrying about myself, my family, and us developing symptoms. But, our kitties are here with us, too. And as usual, they make everything better!