While my Christmas holidays were merry and bright, my cat Elsa’s was apparently filled with the Spirit of Feasting. When we left, she was 11 pounds; when we came back she was 14. Read all about it in today’s post, “Post-Christmas: And the Cat Ate Everything,” on MGSpear.com.Read More
Socks is at it again, showing that cats will never give up on their antics. You truly cannot do any house project without a cat taking advantage. Read what he’s up to on “Cats Always Win in the End,” on MGSpear.com.Read More
My cat Elsa has the biggest eyes, and she knows how to flash them to get what she wants. Her hustle involves staring up at you with those Disney eyes, using all her girl power to get food. She truly is a Disney Princess. See it in action in today’s post, “Disney Eyes,” on MGSpear.com.Read More
Weird and quirky habits make the world go round. There isn’t a person out there that doesn’t have some kind of unusual tic, even if only they themselves think it’s unusual. Sometimes those habits can be endearing. What’s your weird habit?Read More
Catnip, Toilet Paper, and Lasers is available now on Amazon! This purrfectly hilarious cat poem collection while bring back wonderful memories of your feline friends and have you busting with laughter. This collection has been officially cat approved.Read More
Our cat Elsa cries in front of one of our bathrooms. She wants something really bad that lies behind the door—can you guess what it is? Sometimes you don’t get what you want, but that doesn’t mean it’s the end of the world.Read More
One evening while I was holding an online class lecture, the kitties, Socks and Elsa, got jazzed about a green toy mouse. Picture the moment: two cats, one toy, and no traction on the floor. My husband watched the scene unfold and told me about it when my class was over. I busted out laughing.
It’s the little things that keep you going.
I’m staying busy with my writing, considering new strategy and working on sequels and new stories. I think my favorite part of writing is to think up something, then bring it to life on paper. I love the feeling I get when I play out the story as I write (I’m definitely a pantser most of the time).
But it’s important to also take time for yourself: some relaxation time; perhaps a little yoga. I hope everyone is staying safe and keeping healthy as we all gear up to where life takes us next.