Mz Kitty History

by Lorraine on December 18, 2010

Yeah,   always been wondering about that — never been able to figure out what that means.   “Course, since I’ve never had enough money to call myself a true Republican anyway,  I never had to worry my little brain with such an ambiguous question, anyway.   Whatever…! I’ve had that little button in my images folder for a long time, thought I’d slap it on here and then toss it.   Unless someone wants it, in that case, be my guest — copy it and take it home with you.

But!   The cutesy banner you are looking at now  (cast your eyeballs just a tad downward, see the banner of which I speak??  — This is from what can only be from the “Olden Days”, which, in personal computer popularity describes the incredible pace in which humanity embraced the endless delight of  [drumroll please]  — Cyberspace.   The Internet.  (as some retarded mush-minds insisted Al Gore invented, where do these dingbats get their bizarre “ideas” anyway??)    As I was saying before I so rudely interrupted myself,   my kidlet fell into the personal PC fairy tale a couple of years before the rest of us numnutz stumbled onto the joy of our own ‘puter toy.  (I got my first computer for Xmas 1999)   She was working at our city’s huge and greatly respected hospital when she told herself…HEY!….I can design a website—complete with tutorials, graphics, bells and whistles required.   So she did.

And a lot of us happy but not terribly bright wanna-be-bloggers became newly minted  owners of our own domains —-we  had a heck of a great time yapping back and forth about how best to design our own blogpage  (using the graphics and every other  resource from FMW that  MzKitty came up with).   After 26 years as a competent Respiratory Therapist at the hospital I mentioned (where I volunteered my smiley services two days a week for 13 years after I retired in 1993 from a real job) Oh and Sunday mornings at Milwaukee’s beautiful Humane Society (volunteer), worked with wonderful Veterinary Tech and I just loved going there every Sunday…….since I am an atheist, I didn’t have to worry about going to *church*.  Whew.  I preferred caring for the cats and dogs, anyway.

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Lorraine December 23, 2010 at 7:52 pm

I was trying to be nice and *not* call you an “old git”, which really doesn’t sound appropriate for a very ancient person such as yourself. The kidlet doesn’t pass thru here very often, she has more important things to do, but in case she misses your thoughtful advice, I’ll just tell her, OK?

Keith December 22, 2010 at 1:48 pm

To Kidlet: Can’t you keep your mother under better control? Try some stronger tablets. . .

Keith December 22, 2010 at 1:47 pm

As we Pagans say at Yuletide (21 Dec), Bright Blessings, and May your God(s) be with you always, and may no scourge enter your tent and the rats nibble your toes!

We don’t say “coot” in the Motherland as you do in the Colonies, we say “old git”. It’s more polite, YOU OLD GIT!

Lorraine December 21, 2010 at 9:09 pm

Well of course I’m still taking my medications. I found my way to this page without getting lost, didn’t I? I really hate it when I *do* get lost and can’t find the URL for my own domain, though. It is something of an embarrassment. But I plug along and just hope for the best.

I have known for a lot of years now that we are very close to a famous holiday. We all know which holiday we are involved in. So I refuse to say “Happy Holidays” to people. It is always going to be —- MERRY CHRISTMAS, you old coot!!

Keith December 21, 2010 at 5:54 pm

I hope you are still taking the medication.

Kidlet December 19, 2010 at 11:55 pm

Well lookie there! You’re talking about moi.

Anyhoo, c’ya tomorrow Mumsy.

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