Apr. 28th, 2009

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First things first, we have been in a bit of a panic around here.  Our oldest cat, Jerry the one eyed wonder has recently developed an odd lump in his empty eye socket.  Grossness aside, the hubby and I were very, very worried this would be the time we would have to have him put down.  He's been in ill health most of his life.  Bad ears, bad eye, diabetic, and at the age of 15, this is all starting to tell on the poor fellow.  Anyway, we took him to the vet yesterday, thoroughly convinced he wouldn't be coming home with us.  Needless to say, Mr. Mav and I were very tense.  So, we drop him off and go to complete our errands and the vet will do an exam while we're gone.  Anyhoo, we get back to the vet, it's just an infection, he'll be fine.  So, we take our little kitty home and he is petted within an inch of his life.  He was really loving all the attention he was getting.  Yay!!!!

So, last night my 'super power' was once again activated.  I could not get to sleep last night, I was tired, I'd had a busy (for me) day and there was nothing bothering or worrying me, I'd had a big worry eased at the vet's office.  So, why couldn't I sleep?  This has happened a few times since we moved to the west coast.  On a handful of occasions, I've just not been able to sleep, and there was no obvious cause.  I can usually tell what's keeping me from sleeping.  Well, on each and every of these occasions, the next day I've read in newspapers/online that an earthquake, (always small ones) had occurred within the last 24 hours.  I've never in my life been consciously aware of an earthquake *knocks every bit of wood in the vicinity* and I don't ever want to be.  So, that's my very own 'super power' to be able to sense small earthquakes on a subconscious level.  Geez, I'm boring, aren't I?


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