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  • greatgrannybee2008 2:56 pm on December 30, 2009 Permalink | Reply  

    Soul Food Kind Of Day 

              Soul food is on the stove….big white lima beans, turnip greens and oven-baked cornbread.

    Yesterday I pigged out on a big T-bone steak, so I’m being good today. A cloudy day calls for 
    this kind of meal. They claim we’ll get rain, sure to be a cold one. Hometown reported sleet today
    and it seems that they get more snow than we do since I moved here….lol  I’m happy to live here
    though because a part of my family lives here and I would not have Kassey in my life.
               I have to bundle up good and take the garbage to the dump and check my mailbox. Before
    the rain, I’ve got to get Kassey’s litter from the car too. ‘Nuff rambling….gotta get busy making corn-
    bread too…..can’t wait for this.
               Blessings Always, GGB
    • Sherrilynn 1:40 am on December 31, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      mmmm bet is was delicous, that\’s my kinda eatin there!

    • ♬ŠŨŇ 7:55 pm on January 2, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      I like the sound of the cornbread. You have to give me the recipe, for that. Take care.

    • Coffee With Kate 11:39 am on January 4, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      Hello Great Granny, I popped in via somone elses space, just could not resist the warming title. I trust your Soul Food day turned out well.Take careKate

    • Patricia 8:50 am on January 9, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      love cornbread…and limas, but nobody else in the family does…I could join you in a meal…

    • Michiko's 9:24 pm on January 10, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      I don\’t mind to have your cornbread that I feel same way that I would like to join in your meal timelol!A bit a long way from here??Enjoy your day. Thank you for visit.

  • greatgrannybee2008 6:49 pm on December 28, 2009 Permalink | Reply  


                          We were blessed with another Christmas with our family intact. Who could ask for anything more? 

    Kassey finally came into the living-room to check things out. The little ones sure wanted to touch her, but she
    escaped their grasp. 
                           It was a cold night and is still cold today, in the 30’s with sunshine. Of course, I’m still 
    waiting for snow while some folks are getting too much. I hope all you folks who are shoveling snow,
    will be safe.
                           In the pictures I posted already, you’ll see Amy Rose in her Mother’s arms and with Grand-
    Daddy Andy. She seems to be doing well on her rice formula. Amy Rose reminds me of so many blessings.
    Her Dad is Brian who drowned as a teen, but was rescued by paramedics , swimming at the same place. I
    mentioned this in a much earlier blog, probably under bamacatlover’s space , so I’ll not re-iterate the incident. 
                          I wish for everyone a blessed New Year, GGB
    • Angel eyes 5:45 am on December 29, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      sounds like a good Christmas certainly angel eyes

    • R U Serious 11:55 pm on December 29, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      Good post and Great Christmas pics of your family!Bob~

    • Osmond 6:47 am on December 30, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      Lovely Christmas pictures GG. And good to see Amy Rose too, Have a great 2010.

  • greatgrannybee2008 8:28 pm on December 12, 2009 Permalink | Reply  

    Our Thanksgiving…… Kassey 

                 Thanksgiving was a glorious day when her TN son and family came. He brought

    her birthday gifts and a small fiber optic Christmas tree and  small battery-operated snowman.
    She now has them on top of her new printer where I enjoy sitting. So, I’m not impressed with
    these things. I want her to look at me instead of her gifts. 
                 It was a good visit as always and I actually enjoy the children’s visit except when they want to pet
    me. I tolerate it for awhile and warn them with my ear signals which Mom watches for.
                 They got their usual waffles and sausage for breakfast. After breakfast, she and Kellen went to
    K mart to make the Black Friday toy sale. So Kellen helped her get his and Devon’s star wars toys. She said
    they got the last two and this sure made her happy.
                 She then cooked supper, cooking Son’s favorite green beans, boiled potatoes in the jacket and chicken with noodles. They then visited Son # 1, because they couldn’t stay for the family Thanksgiving
    dinner at his house on Saturday.
                On Saturday, they headed back to TN, planning to trim the tree. God-willing, they’ll be back Christ-
    mas. We can hardly wait, although, I don’t understand this Christmas stuff. Oh well, I’m just a cat.

    Blessings Always, Kassey



    • R U Serious 10:10 pm on December 12, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      Oh Kassey!! Christmas is when cats tear into those wrapped presents! And if you\’re lucky, you find something to eat!! My dad doesn\’t like me near that tree thing so I sneak in at night. My slaves are so clueless!! I hope they don\’t catch on! They left us behind for Thnksgiving but we got some leftovers. They always find their way back here. Amazing!!Well, bye Kassey!! Have a good weekend and get lots of sleep. Raining here so I just poo and pee in the house. Dad gets upset but PFFFFT!Your doggie friend, Baxter

    • Angel eyes 10:13 pm on December 12, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      yes humans put up a "Tree" and then get all upset when we climb it go figure Angel

    • Rambling 10:17 pm on December 12, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      Kassey, you are just a cat but you are mama\’s special cat and that is your house. You like Christmas because mom does, and because you might get to bat at a few ornaments. But like me, I bet you are glad when all the hubbub is over and you can go back to uninterrupted naps. Mama better buy me something especially nice after what she just put me thru, Kassey. Be glad your mom isn\’t so mean. xoxox,Miss Catt

    • Rambling 10:18 pm on December 12, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      I just read what Angel said. Why do humans get so madf at us for climbing that tree. Isn\’t that what trees are for!?

    • Beth 11:42 pm on December 12, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      I am glad your mom\’s family from TN came to visit her. It was gracious of you to allow the children to pet you a little bit.

    • I 11:11 am on December 13, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      Thank You for your visit on my space. You have a very cute blog here, Kassey. Really enjoyed reading about what the world looks like through the eyes of a cat!

    • Here I Am 4:25 am on December 27, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      Wshing you and Kassey a blessed New Year.. Hugs Carrie

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