This lovely cat is Gloria. She just turned fifteen years old. My daughter picked her out at the county animal control center (the pound) when she was about 6-8 weeks old. My child turns twenty one in July. Gloria, needless to say, is not getting her drivers permit because she HATES being in the car.
My brother Val was over earlier today to tell me about all of the latest Vampire news. This pandemic and lock downs have put a cramp in the lifestyles of Vampires too.
“Can we carry the virus or spread it?” I asked.
Val shrugged. “I don’t think so. I mean, technically someone could leave spit on me and I could immediately go to someone else and pass it on, but the probability of that is pretty high. Seriously who is going to take any chances and contaminate our food supply?”
“I can’t think of anyone I know who’d even think of being with a sick or positive donor.”
“Anyone you know. Vampires are like everyone else. Some are more responsible than others. Some are just assholes.”
“You have a point. And that is why we’re on good terms with a few good Vampire Hunters.”
Val just gave me an uncomfortable smile. “I wouldn’t exactly call it good.”
We continued to visit and catch up on what our friends and family were doing. Val played stick with my dog then threw in a load of laundry. He needs a new washer and dryer but since he has become more of nocturnal type of Vampire since March he hasn’t gotten around to it. That’s ok. It gives me a chance to visit with him more often.
Wishing all of you a lovely weekend, with a clean food supply, clean clothes, and cats.
- Wash your hands
- Wear your mask
- Social distance
- Don’t be a dick
- Talk to your kids even if they’re all grown up and moved out
~ Juliette aka Vampire Maman