Car-E likes to harass the senior cats in the house.
He started jumping on Othello, who is around 16. Car-E just wanted to play but Othello has never seen his play as fun. He often verbally chastized Car-E and moved away, only to be followed by the large kitten.
So I never thought I’d see the two of them sleeping together.
Maybe this was a one-time event. I don’t know, but I’m happy I had my phone with me so I could document this.
Othello doesn’t cuddle with Cruella either. He never has. If they get close, there are cat words exchanged. The best they have done is to sleep at opposite corners of my bed. So having Othello and Car-E sleeping this close was a notable event.
Hoping for other sightings like this one in the future, but I don’t expect much.
Well, I wasn’t exactly an actress. I was an extra. I found out that the biggest part of a movie extra’s life is sitting and waiting, and waiting, and waiting some more.
That was the first of two days. The second, I took my children out of school so they could be in the movie Meet the Applegates, too.
Take them out of school?! Yes, I believe there are times that students learn more from rare experiences than working in school.
Here’s my account of being an extra.
If you watch Meet the Applegates and look for us, we are barely visible when the stars enter the back of the auditorium. At least I think one or two of my brood are visible. I’m seated, holding a sleeping Rachel, so not visible. It was a very long day.
I’m still glad my late friend, Colleen Sutherland suggested this experience all those years ago. Colleen was always one for a new adventure.