Yesterday was quite hot and unpleasant, but this morning I am relishing the smell brought by cloudy skies and light drizzle. I love that smell, but then, doesn’t everyone? I am also relishing the adventures of Ginger — the cat who cannot resist an empty bag.  Apparently, a gift basket’s discarded cellophane wrapping is a wondrous thing.

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I’m over it.

Here is the original Bag Lady.

17 Replies to “Bag Lady (the sequel)”

    1. It’s like looking for a parking place in San Francisco – the exhaust fumes barely have time to clear before another car swoops in. Same with Ginger and empty bags.

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    1. Ginger laughs at danger, and at me worrying about her! She’s one of the few people I know who is fully self-actualized, self-confident, free of neurosis, and up for adventure. And, she’s pretty, too.

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    1. Thanks Karen. Ginger is much too smart to confuse hard crinkly cellophane with those treacherous thin plastic bags from the supermarket. Even so, we keep the evil bags in a safe place.

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  1. Did not know they still even made hard crinkly cellophane any more. Thus my initial reaction was one of alarm. Whew, what a relief to learn otherwise. She is a beauty.

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    1. My goodness, I have frightened so many people! I must not tempt Ginger like that anymore. Yes, Ginger is quite the lovely love.

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