Saturday, March 25, 2006

Money doesn't grow on trees

I seriously need a money tree. My hubby and I both got our first pay checks from the new jobs this week. (YEAH!!) Unfortunately it was gone before I got my purse zipped back up from cashing the check. Several weeks ago my car failed state inspection. I needed tires. Thankfully the ex offered to pay for them and let us pay him back. I was really grateful and took him up on the loan.
This morning I handed him all my cash. Oh well easy come easy go. At lest I have tires. I know I needed them, but I really would rather have the money tree.
I don't understand why I can't just plant one in the yard. I mean we can plant apples, and oranges, and peaches and pears, and just about any other type of tree you can think of, why not a money tree. Wouldn't it be great. Just think, you could step outside the door and pick off twenty dollar bills any time you needed some cash. Trees with hundred dollars bills would be my choice.
Oh well, it was a nice thought.

I was off today and my hubby and I spent some over due time alone. We took a drive and ended up once again at the local SPCA. I am really in a I WANT A CAT mood. I miss my babies I gave away. I have always had a cat. My husband tried to pacify me with flowers. I love the flowers, but I want a cat. My daughter says no cat until I move. I am still pouting. Then my hubby reminded me that I have two cats at home. At first I didn't know what he was talking about. Then I remembered.

Somehow it just isn't the same, sigh. Oh well at lest these two don't need to have a litter box, and they did seem to like the flowers. I suppose they will just have to do until I can get a real one. Maybe tomorrow I will go to the local greenhouse. I am sure there must be a money tree somewhere.

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Blogger Leslie Shelor said...

It would be hard for me to live without a cat; that visit to the SPCA would have been deadly. Hope you can get settled into your own space soon!

March 25, 2006 at 7:03 PM  
Blogger Connie and Rob said...

I would hate not having a furry little friend. When you get ready that very special cat will be waiting for a wonderful mom like you.

Best of luck in finding that money tree!


March 25, 2006 at 11:04 PM  
Blogger Maddy said...

We're waiting to get settled in Greenville and buy our house, then we're going to adopt two kitties. I'm very excited about that. I talk about it to people about it like this..."They'll have their own bedroom with all their toys and a cat tree...". :) Once we have them I'm sure my blog will be filled with silly kitten pictures!

March 25, 2006 at 11:40 PM  
Blogger Nancy said...

Do they have cats where you work? Can you play with the pets where you work? I love my Zoe and I would really miss her if I had to give her away. You and I have had some big losses in our lives. I hope karma comes round soon and you get your home and kitty. :)

March 26, 2006 at 10:51 AM  
Blogger DayByDay4-2Day said...

I have a cat who was ill resently. I thought he was going to pass away, but he well again. Soon you will have your own.

IF I had a money tree in this neighborhood someone would rob it@

March 26, 2006 at 11:31 AM  

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