But I love her anyway….
I’ve been working a lot lately and have been trying to get over a sinus infection/upper respiratory crap. My energy level and mood have both been on the low side, not to mention my patience level is wanting.
All of this leads to a naughty kitty. She has been getting into everything and creating chaos wherever she goes. She’s been “play biting” me a lot and finally urinated on the bed. All of this culminated in me yelling, then screaming, and then crying. I hated yelling at her because I know exactly why she did it. She was feeling ignored and restless and bored…and I left to go to work. On a Saturday.
So, what did I do once I calmed myself down? I cuddled her and talked to her and told her I loved her.
And bought her some new toys! I am in constant search for the perfect toy to satisfy all of her needs. But there is one thing that a toy can’t do for her and that is make her feel secure and loved. Only I can do that.
So, today I am staying home and getting some stuff done around the house, which makes ME feel better. But she is also a lot calmer and happier today. Animals definitely pick up on and are affected by our moods and emotions.
The challenge for 52 Frames this week was depth of field. The photo above was my submission. I didn’t want to take a photo this week. In fact I just wanted to quit. It felt like one more thing that I was “supposed” to do and I just didn’t want to do it. But, I decided that the one thing I didn’t want to do more than I didn’t want to take a photo was to quit. So I didn’t.