I have said in the past that nothing is absolute. Now I want to say that unpredictability surrounds everywhere.
Can you imagine running into snow shower as late as the end of April? Can you imagine witnessing sleet in early May? You probably can’t imagine all of that, but I did experience all of it. We had a solid six months of winter, an extremely long winter. Just two days ago, I was finally able to take off the outer layer of my snow jacket and wear the inner fleece jacket instead.
Last Saturday, a cat dropped by our house out of the blue. By the way, I am not a pet person. I did not grow up with a pet. To be honest, I don’t think that I can handle pets. I can’t stand the odor, the shedding of animal hair, the damage of the furniture, the peeing and pooping accidents, and etc. The list just goes on. We have walked away from adopting dogs when we visited the pet store to buy pet fish. Yes, I do keep pet fish as a compromise. It is easy and cheap to keep an aquarium. You only need to clean half of the tank once a week and they are confined to a small fish tank. You don’t have to take them to the clinic to get shots or worry about them getting lonely. I am able to keep six tiny fish in a ten gallon fish tank. In addition, you don’t have to worry about leaving them home alone for two or three weeks.