Piglet still hates Frances, but he’s decided that his hate is not strong enough to keep him from hanging out with me when the dog is around. Usually this means being on the floor, by my feet. Sometimes he naps, which is sweet. Sometimes he bites my feet, which is not so sweet. It is also kind of stupid, because the only thing between Piglet and the evil dog is me. Biting me does not make me very inclined to protect him.
The tuffet is comfy and the cats love to lounge on it, but it is hideous. The upholstery is some sort of velour that attracts cat hair and is impossible to clean. I wanted to cover it, but couldn’t find anything that was soft enough to feel nice but that also was not a hair magnet. I finally found a polyester shower curtain at Target that wasn’t too ugly. The teals go with the teals in my living room, and the red in it is about the same shade I’m planning on painting my project dresser. And, it is slick enough that hair brushes off it.
Did you know that bullying ladypeople is an act of courage? Me, either! Well done, ladyhating busybodies!
“We hope that our story of rising above discriminatory opposition can inspire pro-life students around the country to courageously take a stand for life and speak truth to power at their own college campuses.” — Andrew Guernsey, Voice for Life
“We are ready to begin the real work of saving lives.” — Monica Rex, Vice President, Voice for Life
And, need I say that if “pro life” groups actually cared about saving the lives of children, maybe they could have been doing things like working to ensure access to birth control, prenatal care, and programs for low income children and parents, instead of waiting around for permission to harass women seeking legal medical care?