|Coming home, but not real sure about all of this|
|Sometimes they just creep on me while I workout in the morning.|
- Patience. Sometimes, we need to do things on our own schedules. Pushing someone is good, but know when to let them work on their own.
- Adapting. When I adopted these two, I thought “it’s cats. I’ve done this before”. These two cats are a whole different ball game. I’ve had to adapt my thinking to fit them specifically. We’ve all benefited from their ability to get me to do that.
- Comfort. I went a bit outside of my comfort zone when getting these two. Normal cats are wonderful creatures. Watching these two do what they do has made me laugh, learn, and think more than a “normal” cat would. These two are the classic case of “Step outside of your comfort zone if you want to learn”.
|Anytime is playtime. Especially 3:00 AM|
Jasmine and Grace were at the shelter for 500 days. They’ve been here for only 156 so far. I still haven’t been able to pet Jasmine and I can only pet Grace when she’s got her face in her food dish. I’m ok with that. These two have made this place home. I’m glad that they are willing to share it with Irving and I along with many, many lessons that they have in store for us.