Perhaps more of a collectible.


Cats sensing an earthquake.  Notice the tails.

I love this song!  I remember hearing it as a kid in my aunt’s living room.  She said it was a happy song about love.  It is and I do love how Charles Trenet sang it.  Translation.

I’d say this is better than having her propped in front of the TV watching Sesame Street.

Paying It Forward is a page that I use to honor many of the furry and feathered mates I have had privilege to care for.  I do believe that someday I will see them all again.  Sadly, I lost another one to cancer.  All of my critter friends are rescues.  They were deemed discards by others, but to me they were anything but discards.  They have taught me patience, loyalty, and unconditional love.

My dear friend Anthony found this beautiful interpretation of The Life of Death which I believe a beautiful gift that can be passed along to anyone who grieves for their friends.

In life there are the givers and then there are the takers.  You go Dorothy!

Dorothy Wallace Foisy has been sewing since she was six years old. Now at 101 years of age, Dorothy is still making beautiful baby quilts for newborns. She loves babies. Dorothy makes these quilts for all babies but for the last 8 years she has made hundreds of quilts for babies in need. Homeless families, children at risk, migrant worker babies, and more. She wants them to be warm! Dorothy shops exclusively at JoAnn Fabric and Craft Stores. She loves the quality and the variety of material that JoAnn’s provides.

Dorothy will be 102, June 26th – please send her a birthday card, if you wish. Dorothy Wallace Foisy 922 NW Circle Blvd Suite 160-244 Corvallis, OR 97330 To send an email to Dorothy via her daughter Lynn: lynnwwalker@gmail.com

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