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Updated: 04/14/02

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Sunday, 14 April, 2002

What a great day. It was cloudy, and the sun only managed to peek out occasionally, but it was warm and not windy. I spent most of the day on the balcony, with Alien. She enjoyed being outside on "her" chair. It was very nice.

We've tired of the tuna bit, so I cooked up a few strips of bacon and chopped them up very fine. She thought that was pretty great, so I got her to eat a bit.

Richard called from Venice - the Milan convention went well and he'll be in Venice for another day before coming home Tuesday afternoon. Other than that, I watched Tiger win another Masters Tournament, did some more laundry, sorted through bills and paperwork and made shrimp wontons for dinner.

I didn't find any new $50 million lawsuits to complain about so I think I'll just make it a low-key post today, it being a low-key day and all. I'll leave you with yet another cat quote.

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Quote du jour:

"The little furry buggers are just deep, deep wells you throw all your emotions into."

--Bruce Schimmel

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