Tuesday, April 03, 2012
...on this Clear blue sunny morning with Candid shots from the porch.
Yesterday Miss Karma was Calm and Carefree...
...despite the Collapse of her Cat grass from the Chilly nights...
...and my disturbing her Chow time to show you her Change of Collars from her thick red winter one to her thin bright Collage of Color summer one.
Karma can be quite Callously indifferent to my Challenges and deep fear of Contretemps. My Cruising back and forth to the Commode is a Common occurrence and no Cause for her Concern. Until she observes me putting on a Coat and grabbing the keys, she Could Care less.
I almost got Cold feet and Called to Cancel my ride, but one more trip to the Commode (two minutes before the van arrived) bolstered my Confidence and Convinced me to Commence on this Cold turkey mission (without pills or starvation).
Except for several a minutes of Critical Concernment lying Canted on the dreaded Chair when my stomach was practicing Cartwheels the Chore was Concluded without Calamitous Consequence and the Convivial girl at the desk even offered to Call my ride for me after she took my Check, her endless smile a Canopy of Care. (Sweet girl!)
I read one of Caroline's Chick-mystery paperbacks while I Consoled the Clangor of my mind as it reluctantly absorbed the Certainty that I had an appointment to Come back next Wednesday and Commence this entire Challenge once again. To my surprise, the Cheerful girl was also Crier for the senior bus arrival. I must say that the employees are Considerate and Cordial at Dr. Coffey's.
I arrived home in the nick of time...with Clean teeth...to Continue my Customary Commode Consequences for a Couple more hours. But I did so happily...in the Convenience of my own small space...Content with the Completion, the Capping, the Conclusion of this arduous but ordinary task.
Karma was still Curled in her Cat bed, as deeply immersed in her afternoon nap as when I left hours before. At least she raised her head when I returned. ;)
"The way I see it, if you want the rainbow, you gotta put up with the rain."