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Janelle Southern
Crafty-happy mama of 3 sweet little girls!
Crafty-happy mama of 3 sweet little girls!
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+Janet Jensen  Here's the other side of your photos!
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The pictures may look familiar.  There's a hefty reward available for anyone with information leading to conviction in this case.  The way these kittens were treated was absolutely horrible.  I'll never forget giving these little boys baths in the sink (they were too young and small to properly groom themselves) and seeing how very scrawny they were under all the handsome fluff.  It would break your heart.

#fosterkittens     #bekindtoanimals  



http://www.sltrib.com/sltrib/news/57164535-78/kittens-died-foster-thrown.html.csp?fb_action_ids=10202177893304694&fb_action_types=og.likes&fb_source=other_multiline&action_object_map=%5B618527618185875%5D&action_type_map=%5B%22og.likes%22%5D&action_ref_map=%5B%5D

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The November issue of the Ensign is now online!!!!!

Okay, go here: http://www.lds.org/ensign/2013/11/sunday-morning-session/no-other-gods?lang=eng
On the right select Download > PDF
Scroll to the last page.

OR, when you check out your magazine, flip to page 75. 

It's SABRINA!!! A candid photo snapped while she was up at the conference center for General Conference a few weeks ago. Being Sabrina she was alllll smiles and apparently happened to look straight into the camera with that smile on her face!

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June Cats and Kittens
I really ought to catch up, but it's overwhelming how much there is!  So here are some more overviews. In June our first foster litter of kittens was ready for adoption.  It didn't take long for someone to show interest in Priscilla.  She was the first kitt...

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I discuss it as an energy budget.  Any "credit line", though, comes with a killer interest rate!  I can save up, to a degree, for expected energy costs.  Some days the cost is higher than others.  Even the concept of "supply and demand" applies.  When there is a great demand on my energy stress, worry, lack of recovery period, etc., makes the cost greater.  When there are fewer demands, I can often get by with a lower cost per activity.  If I don't "pay off" an energy debt asap it has a huge impact on my ability to choose how to spend what I have.
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