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365 Days of Pictures Which Make Me Smile #4

January 4th, 2016 at 06:52 pm

I know I've already put a picture up of Kari, but there are lots of things she does which make me smile. Some of them would be difficult to catch on camera though - but you can bet I'll try. Smile

Kari just absolutely LOVES the tab from an orange juice container. I presently have two of them floating around the apartment right now, and am not sure what I'm going to do when they both are lost. (Have found out that Orange Juice is NOT vegetarian, except for certain varieties. Plus, I'm just overall trying to not drink juice.)

Why does she love the orange juice tab? I think it's because it has such flexibility and is so light. She bats it around and runs after it for many minutes. (In cat time, many minutes is a long time.) Smile

But what I really love is when she brings it to me to engage in a game of fetch. Smile

In this picture she is sitting next to the tab waiting for me to pick it up and toss it for her.

Today was crazy busy at work. I was so tired when I got home that I didn't want to do anything - but still wanted to accomplish my mini-goal. So ... I shredded stuff for about 15 minutes give or take. Goal accomplished. Smile

(Kari got in the act by walking on top of the shredder and stepping on the forward/reverse button a few times ...)

10 Responses to “365 Days of Pictures Which Make Me Smile #4”

  1. creditcardfree Says:

    Super work on the shredding...even if you didn't want to. Most of us can do almost anything for 15 minutes.

  2. Joan.of.the.Arch Says:

    Wow! What are they doing to orange juice to contaminate it?

  3. FrugalTexan75 Says:

    Thanks CCF Smile
    Joan - Apparently some varieties use fish oil / fish bits to make the Omega 3 claims. Then some brands also use lanolin (oil from sheeps wool) to make Vitamin D.


  4. VS_ozgirl Says:

    Cats can be so fun! Ours does the same thing with hair ties (although she hasn't done it lately because she's getting old).

  5. pjmama Says:

    She's so precious! Like VS_ozgirl, our cats have a thing for hair ties. There are probably 15 strewn about on our carpet at any given time throughout the house...

  6. starfishy Says:

    happy new year laura! your cat is adorbs!! so glad that the photo feature is fixed - yay!

  7. LuckyRobin Says:

    You can make your own orange juice. It's not hard, just a little time consuming.

  8. Joan.of.the.Arch Says:

    How strange! I haven't bought any orange juice in years. I'm going to have to read some labels at the store to see this weirdness. Why can't simple food just be simple food?

  9. patientsaver Says:

    Exactly, Joan. If they didn't manipulate our food supply in so many ways via processing simply to extend shelf life, they wouldn't have to reinsert vitamins and stuff. It makes me uneasy not being able to count on orange juice being simply orange juice.

  10. Frugaltexan75 Says:

    I'll have to see what she does with hair ties - I'm guessing just the plain elasticity?

    I agree that it's sad we can't even trust orange juice. Really the only answer is to not eat/ drink anything that's processed. Or just get really good at reading labels ....(I read labels on lots of things - but some you just wouldn't imagine ...)

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