For our first official issue, I think we’ve done well. I am a little disappointed we don’t have a featured monthly charity yet. But we still have some good articles written by humans, elves, and cats. Sir Socks is even claiming that his book of memoirs is nearly ready. That cat might wear me out with his book. But then again, once his book is done and ready for release, then perhaps I will have more time to work on my books again. Being a translator for a cat is not an easy job. In this case, I was able to do it because of how well I know him. People can’t believe I put up with him. They think he is too whiny. He’s just particular about how he wants to be looked after. He is the one who taught me how to take excellent care of cats. I’m forever grateful for him for his teachings. Without him, I’d be far too lonely to function well in this crazy well.
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