Absence and hungry kitties

About a year ago, I found the only fortune a cookie has given me that I thought worth keeping: “Absence sharpens love, but presence strengthens it.” I thought it really poignant at the time because of the trials of my relationship with Josh and the physical distance that’s between us lots of the time. Tonight, I found the fortune on the fridge as I was cleaning off some old papers. And I still appreciated the sentiment as much today as I did when I first cracked that cookie. I’d like to think that what he and I do now — two weeks with him in LA; two weeks with him gone and me holding down the fort — is sharpening and strengthening our relationship. In some ways it is: Josh is in Phoenix and still listened to my crazy today and said that if it would help for the apartment to stay messy, then it should stay messy. I just need to keep the cats alive and take care of them.

This conversation was after I came home from work tonight and realized it had been more than 24 hours since I’d given them food or water. I’d thought they were acting funny this morning when I was leaving for work. Little did I realize they were trying to get me to not starve them for the 11 hours I was gone.

Sorry kitties. I’ll do better tomorrow. 😦

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3 thoughts on “Absence and hungry kitties

  1. Aww, kitties. Luckily, they’ll survive. And Josh is right — you don’t have to be superwoman, ma’am. The apartment can be messy. Make sure you feed the kitties and yourself and the plants, though. I hope things all calm down for you soon! 🙂

  2. For realz. Two years has really flown! Thanks for putting up with my crazy two years ago and especially my veil drama. Still can’t believe my dad forgot to tell you to take it with you after I specifically called and asked!

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