I'm finally feeling back on my game. I believe we all have high and low cycles...or whatever you want to call them. You can have a bad few days, but never fear - a few good days are always right around the corner.
Some of our foster parents are battling some tough situations both with their cats and their personal lives. Watching and helping them gives me strength too. I've put my energy in positive things and it's paying off. No more obsessing over my ex-husband's Facebook page, or his young wife (with new boobs! Argh!).
Tomorrow is another rescue day for us. We have several new excited foster parents on our books and their enthusiasm is contagious. For the first time in a long time, I'm taking several older kittens from the public. I've made it no secret that I really don't like taking cats from the public, but this young woman took in a stray Mom cat and needs some help. Fortunately, we have the space (for the moment) and these two kittens have been socialized with children....a bonus! As always, I hope they are what she says they are - "Friendly", or I will have to turn her down. Lordie, I hate turning people down.
I'm also going back to the shelter tomorrow. The shelter has sent "Noah" back out to the vets for blood in his urine:
Tomorrow, I have a few others to rescue from the shelter, along with taking the 2 from the public. I have to drive them to their foster homes about an hour away. It's going to be a busy day and will start EARLY. I'm trying to prep for a big adoption event this weekend and will need every ounce of my renewed sense of positive thinking to keep organized and not get frantic with all there is to do.
Serenity now..... :)