But, it's only temprary. Friday we head out for Niagara Falls, and Annie will reclaim her kitty. Everyone's looking forward to the trip, and thankfully, the rental car will have a DVD player, so we'll pack plenty of pillows and blankets, and flicks, and hopefully, we'll get through the nine hour trip intact.
Which means, I've got a ton of work to take care of before I leave. Laundry, and bills, and work stuff. It's a good thing my boss is gone until Thursday. Yesterday I should have gotten a lot of writing done, but I had to attend a conference in Framingham, which took up the whole day.
Speak of writing, nothing at all creative yesterday, except, perhaps for a headline I put together for a story about an attorney whose home was destroyed in New Orleans during Katrina, and has relocated and is studying for the bar in Hartford, CT. I decided to give a nod to Mark Twain and call it "A Katrina Survivor in Connecticut's Court."