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Topic: Introducing mmMekitty

  1. Mum Chris
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    6 December 2021 in reply to mmMekitty

    Hi mmMekitty

    Broke it 🤦🏼‍♀️🤦🏼‍♀️🤦🏼‍♀️ Going to use this time to get some mental health care. I’m in hospital so why not.

    Hope you are ok 🐸🐸🐸 here’s some frogs to chase.

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    6 December 2021 in reply to Mum Chris

    Oh, yum, [🐸gulp] thanks for the frogs! Got one! The other two got away, & by the sounds of it I'll soon have lots of frogs int he garden! If weather stays humid, thery will love it. 😺

    Your plan sounds like a '2 birds / 1 stone' scenario, to me.😺

    I'm trying to take things easy, & still getting tired.

    If I have nothing disturbing me, I'm okay. I am too easily disturbed, though. Anything small thing & I'm jumping on it, This includes when I make minor mistakes, when I forget something, when I'm trying to do something, like typing & I keep making the same mistake; I don't know why, it's like my brain is stuck in a loop that includes a mistake, so I can't correct it even though I know how. I was really annoyed when I couldn't think which thread it was where you mentioned falling over. I know it wasn't your own thread, or Croix, but I didn't remember it was my own! I really hope this is 'just' stress &/or anxiety!

    You can do me a favour, because I can't be there to do it myself, 😺Get a marker & draw a simple grinning cat, round head, pointy ears, big eyes & grinning mouth with two tiny teeth set into the upper lip, near the corners of the mouth, & maybe a tongue, wth little rough bumps. & a speech balloon, saying, 'mmmmm❤️mmmmm❤️mmmmm❤️mmmm❤️", as many as you can fit,but leaving room for '❤️mmMekitty'

    Take care,

    ❤️mmMekitty

  3. Croix
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    6 December 2021 in reply to mmMekitty

    "grinning mouth with two tiny teeth set into the upper lip"

    Ahah! I knew you weren't a saber tooth tiger

    Seriously folks, yes brain loops with repeated mistakes, forgetting matters and all the rest can indeed be caused by stress and anxiety, it it somethng I've had to deal with in the past too. I guess the brain is so occupied with stress it does not have sufficient capacity left to think properly of other things. Well that's my theory anyway.

    Frustrating and annoying -and even frightening - is an understatement.

    Wave to the incapacitated Mum Chris

    Croix (who is wondering how you just happened to have three frogs on you in hospital:)

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    6 December 2021 in reply to Croix

    Looks up to Walrus: My leetle teefs are retractable...hehehe-heheh...
    & continue: 😸

    Good spotting, Croix! The presence of frogs is well worth a Doctor's investigating & diagnosis! Do you think, we need to put some ribbits in to keep them out? Just say where!

    Kitty puts on white coat, & turns to Patient Mum Chris:

    Mum Chris, you might want to look away for this!

    Kitty:😺

    I got some more

    Kitty gives ❤️❤️❤️to Mum Chris, & continues:

    'cause your a good Mum Chris.

    & Kitty turns to Walrus:

    Okay, you get some too!

    & gives ❤️❤️❤️to Walrus.

    Takes a bow without asking, & accepts the 💐someone left in the jug next to the bed over there.

    [off-stageKitty grumbles] Now is this the beginning, middle or end? The suspense might help put me to sleep...oh dear...that was a bad one. ..I saw my typos I didn't catch earlier...

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    7 December 2021 in reply to mmMekitty

    Dear mmMekitty~

    It's the middle, not start or end.

    and

    you are supposed to be catching frogs - not typos

    -C

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    7 December 2021 in reply to Croix

    I just knew that frog, which I find in my throat every time I wake in the morning (sometimes twice), was there for a reason! 😸

    I catch the typos, because I don't like them getting caught in my teeth or around my tongue, while I am trying to read.

    So, how are you today?

    About the brain being too busy, what I wonder is what the other nine tenths is doing then, If I am indeed using a whole 10% of my blancmange, which I kinda doubt?

    It certainly is firing many it's synapses thinking of ways to get a smile happening on a Walrus's face

    mmMekitty 💖

  7. Mum Chris
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    8 December 2021

    Hi

    I like to think the other 90% of my brain is entertaining itself with circus acts lots of clowns juggling and unicycles and music.
    More frogs 🐸🐸🐸 and some hearts ♥️ ❤️❤️❤️ For quiet times to fill in the void.
    The need for patience caring and support from fellow travelers is so healing. Take some more friendly smiles. 🙂🙂🙂🙂 of support in return thank you mmMekitty and Croix

    Gratitude it’s hard to find it when faced with illness. Also, Mental health illness can rid gratitude from existence but mmMekitty you found it in visiting park and Christmas celebrations. Trials and tribulations occurred travelling to and from and getting passed scary dogs barking as you walked home.
    I was discussing last week about going to a breakfast and listening to Olympians talk on facing obstacles and how they deal with it. They see I’ll health as an opportunity to practice resilience and determination and to broaden their life experience and make them a more rounded and compassionate person. Of course this is not true for all olympians but for those on the talking circuit. I see these people as mutants and they love challenges. In the midst of swirling turmoil they focus on a tiny light till it becomes a beacon for improvement.
    Some 3 am thoughts 🥱🥱👻

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    8 December 2021 in reply to Mum Chris

    😺I love the way this place has such an infinite supply of 😺s, 😸s, 😻s, 💖s, ❤️s, virtual tissues, &🐸s. & so much more!

    I have this 2nd hand 🎪, & a🚲 & a🏐, 🥎, 🎱, 🏀, ⚽ &either this 🤹‍♀️or🤹‍♂️& 🤡kits, I can't tell the difference, just asking for a job, & I've said we have room enough for the both of them.

    If the 🐸s wish to participate, I'm sure they will be very entertaining, in their sequinned leotards, doing wonderful acrobatic routines from the trampoline.

    The circus is on again! Only this time, it is entirely voluntary for any animals, including 🐟s, 🐠s, 🦈s & 🐬s; 🦋s, 🕷s, 🐜s,🦟s, 🐛s, 🐞s & any thing in between.

    We'll take over the hospital! 😺

    With a band. What do you like? I haven't been clear on that. Unfortunately, we are not so flexible with the selection of instruments as I would like, but we'll try.

    mmMekitty 🐾🐾 tap dancing with my claws extended, 🎶 clickety-clack, clickety-clack, clickety-clacking a-a-long ... what was that song?

    mmMekitty 💖😺

  9. Mum Chris
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    8 December 2021 in reply to Mum Chris

    Glad you like.😸 I'll just go & grab every instrument I can find, & round up a few 'volunteers', then?

    💨mmMekitty, gotta take the 🚛 (notice it's green? A good environmental choice!)

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    8 December 2021 in reply to mmMekitty

    Dear mmMekitty -with a wave to MumChris~

    If you need a truly memorable (now that can be read either way) band you need look no further than DB and Grandy. Every time I go away they trash my igloo on my iceberg and hold wild parties. They seem to have a selection of musical icons.

    When I return I find semi-inebriated kiwis with hangovers sipping black coffee though their long beaks behind piles of cans and bottles.

    As for the song, it was maybe "Bellhop Boogie" which if I remember is a favorite to a tap with.

    Croix

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    9 December 2021 in reply to mmMekitty

    Oh, I'm finally back. I had to go to Croix's igloo. 😸,

    🎤"Eh-em, Good evening & tonight, I am proud to introduce a brand new band directly from the bright lights of the Aurora Australis, put your hand together for Wake Up The WALRUS!"

    ""It's rather surprising to be here, & I hope you'll be surprised if we're actually good at this late hour. Oh, well, on 4: 1, 2, 3 &" 🥁DB, 🎵 🎷Summer Rose ,🎺Smallwolf, 🎸Jo & LD, 🪕Quirkywords, 🎻Grandy, 🥥Harpbird, & mmMekitty, 🎹app on 📱.

    & the Slippery Singers:🐧Hanna, 🐧Added, 🐧Matchy, 🐧Paws &🐧On the Road. )oops)😼

    I'm only sorry I could not round up more.😾

    *

    The song Ain't Life a Brook is a good song, so sad up until the end. But that's not the song I'm trying to remember. The one I am thinking has the lyric as I wrote it, repeated several times , especially at the end, during the fade out. It was a country / country & western song, from my father's youth, I suppose. At my age, it might even be 100 years old, because the performers would have been adults when it would have been first recorded! Now that's a creepy thought...(quaking kitty emoji)

    Night Mum Chris & all, & hope you are comfortable & manage some sleep.

    mmMekitty

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    9 December 2021 in reply to mmMekitty

    you are a gentle soul mmMekitty

    my kind thoughts

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    Hey there Paul, 😺 I'm glad you are not here to complain about the music. 😸Or maybe you got a kazoo you want to play? That' would be just about excellent right about now!

    we'll just tuck it down here in your beard, & no one will figure out what the 'duck call' noise is, eh? 😼

    You know, with Sophie_M looking after us, I do have to behave myself, more than I usually would, so try not to talk me up too much. Or is this your way of helping me 'get used to it' so I don't get so embarrassed when folks are complimenting me or .praising me, or admiring me, or on & on...?

    ⌨ gotta get back to my 📱app! Something quiet now, I think.

    mmMekitty

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    9 December 2021 in reply to mmMekitty

    'Winter in America' by Doug Ashdown ✔✔✔✔✔

    It doesnt get any better

    Hugz

    Paul

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    9 December 2021 in reply to blondguy

    Moody song, in the right mood could give one the shivers from head down the spine. 😸

    River by Joni Mitchell

    Caramel by Suzanne Vega

    Bells For Her by Tori Amos

    Killing Me Softly By Roberta Flack

    Fast Car by Tracy Chapman

    Tapestry by Carol King

    Somewhere Out Walking by Patsy Cline or Grace Knight

    Georgia by Ray Charles

    Yesterday by The Beatles

    Time in a Bottle by Jim Croce

    April by Simon & Garfunkel

    I'm sure there's lots more I might add to this list, but I think that'll do for now.

    mmMekitty

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    9 December 2021 in reply to mmMekitty

    Dear All~

    How am I supposed to get much needed sleep with you lot caterwauling! You are a troublemaker mmMekitty!

    Incidentally the artist that drew my portrait also drew yours -the Cheshire Cat, that's the one with the big grin.

    Croix (grumble grumble grumble ...)

    P.S. A fine collection of emoji, I know where to come now when I need one.

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    Awm Croix, the songs on the above list are not 'catawailing' songs. Look them up, wherever you usually find music, & listen for yourself.

    Oh, & we have a very special guest singer, from a relatively nearby space, to sing the Andy Williams classic, 'Moon River', please, welcome ,Moonstruck!🎙

    Yes, okay, when I am ready for a blue rinse, I will go pink!

    About emojis, there are emojis on my iPhone, but which not on my PC. I tried sending them to myself, because I have my PC & iPhone synched. Didn't work as well as I hoped. Some did not turn up as useful emojis. A few did work, though. & I'll hang onto those so I won't have to go looking for them in other's posts, & copying them into mine.

    I really would still like more of some, but not so much of others. I'd even like to recolour some. Like the butterfly, & a couple of the flowers. & the cats, to be red, of-course! Mostly, I want a Walrus!

    mmMekitty

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    10 December 2021 in reply to mmMekitty

    Dear mmMekitty~

    The only way I know to represent a walrus on a PC is

    (:3=

    Which of course is lying down:)

    Actually I've no complaints abut your selection of songs at all, perhaps Yesterday might be my favorite out of those.

    Yesterday all my troubles seemed so far away
    Now it looks as though they're here to stay
    Oh, I believe in yesterday

    While you ate talking Simon & Garfunkel why not add Mrs Robinson and Sounds of Silence

    It's the concept of you, DB, Grandy and all trying to sing at once that's a tad terrifying.

    Croix

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    11 December 2021 in reply to Croix

    Hey, Croix, & people reading, I ought to have said before:

    ***

    A note of warning, if you go looking for songs I've listed, some of what you find may be triggering. Some people write lyrics which are very direct.

    ***

    I was imagining , all the instruments as well, & that some (according to their avatars) are other than human. Do we have diversity or what! barking, & howling, ribbiting & g'lumphing, my meowing/purring, & the Blonde Guy with the kazoo in his beard,& whatever it it a Walrus does...maybe something with clams?
    Maybe Mum Chris has an accordion under the bed? I couldn't see one when I looked, but you never know around here.

    I wanted a saw player & a gum leaf player, but they were not available.

    You know what you could be good at? xylophone, vibraphone, marimba, glockenspiel, toy piano? Using your tusks.

    Oh, I want a really big band!

    I want someone with a didgeridoo, others with clap sticks, someone with an oud, bass clarinet, double bass, Koto, obo, flute, bongos, pan pipes, tubular bells & the Theremin, Vulcan Harp , & why not, while we're getting to be a size enough to call ourselves an orchestra, we could have gamelan players.

    There are simply too many ... I am not sure BB has enough member for each to have their own unique instrument.

    Our name is now:

    The Wake Up the Sleeping Walrus Orchestra Plus, [WUSWOP]

    I chose 'April' because of a dim memory of hearing the song & being drawn to it. Of-course, Sound of Silence would fit perfectly well, as would Scarborough Fair/Canticle, & others.

    I was primarily trying to think of some quiet songs, not really about their lyrics, some got in for their lyrics, because they mean a lot to me. Some didn't get included because I think I'd have to include a trigger warning in case some people who, curious, were to look them up, & be triggered.

    I ought to also include 'Up On the Roof', written by Gerry Goffin & Carole King, performed by Carole King ,James Taylor (& many more). I like both these recordings best.

    I also like Leonard Cohen's own version of 'Halleluiah' & K. D. Lang's I saw on You Tube one day. They get a bit loud for this late night/early morning list, though.

    If I don't get distracted, I could come up with many more. & then start on the louder list, or the list of particularly personally significant songs, some are my 'angry' songs, I'd get into when I was angry & couldn't express it. OI don't usually like loud songs...but when I am angry, (when I could sing):😺

    mmMekitty

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    11 December 2021 in reply to mmMekitty

    Hey mmMekitty

    Interesting about Leonard Cohen who I think just passed away...

    He wrote a track called "Everybody knows'...it was peaceful yet somewhat moody and then our government 'borrowed' the track and used it for a anti-smoking commercial just a few years ago

    For Croix......Year of the Cat....by Al Stewart...Extended version...not the radio edit ;-)

    Have a good weekend Kitty

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    I really hadn't got into Leonard Cohen, until I heard an album recorded by Jennifer Warnes, 'Famous Blue Raincoat', & the title song could be another for my late night gig.

    But, forgive me if this offends anyone, discovering he's in scientology put me off. I don't like thinking if I buy something & the money I paid would go to scientology. That organisation is certainly one I would not knowingly support.

    Google reminds me, he died Nov 7 2016. I remember hearing about it, but not any details. & Google also reminds me, Joni Mitchell just had her 78th Birthday on Nov 7 - & my memory let me down.

    Oh, it's much later than I realised, so I better go to bed. I did go & sleep for almost 3 hours, missing some tele I like this arvo.😾

    mmMekitty

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    I'm so sorry to hear about the loss of your beautiful Kitty. Cats are the most incredible creatures. I find that mine are so intuitive and know when I need them!
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    Thank you, Gem17,

    LOL, you are hard to keep up with! I just saw another thread you started! I don't have BPD, so I don't have much to offer there. Just there is a thread, This Bipolar Life, you might like to check out. It's so long, one of the longest, most popular threads here. 😺

    Mekitty was so wonderful, & I expect a part of me will always miss her. So, now, I honour her here,😻with all my love.

    Happy you are finding your way around so well. 😸

    mmMekitty

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    11 December 2021 in reply to mmMekitty

    I just invented a new instrument:

    The Harpsicordian which perhaps does sound like the mythical harpies.

    & there is also: Euphonedrum

    *

    I needed that.... having minutes ago seen something I thought I'd not see on these forums. I was so upset,I had a hard time reporting it.

    Some people try so hard, for years, & someone could come in & say something which could undermine all their efforts, is shocking to me...How did it get past Moderators?

    Oh, & now I upset myself again.

    I'm sorry, Moderators, you want to edit this, fine. I just needed you to read it anyway.

    Your moderating does seem inconsistent at times.

    mmMekitty

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    11 December 2021 in reply to mmMekitty

    Dear mmMekitty~

    I can understand how you feel when you see something here that shocks. It is true it can have a very deep effect, however please realize as you recover that deep effects does not do the harm it might have done earlier on.

    While it may be terribly painful and raise specters from the past you are a long way down the path to a recovery, and that post will only linger a little time

    You did the right thing to report it -whatever it was, as if it distressed you it will have distressed others too.

    If - and only if - you want to talk about it more you are welcome, and I've every faith you can put things in such a way they will do no harm

    Seems strange, a serious post you you in amongst all the frolicking, now for a song to take your mind off things

    She's a Rainbow -the Rolling Stones, a song winch celebrates a happy ending wiht a rescue from bad circumstances.

    Croix (who's signature tune is I Am the Walrus by the Beatles of course )

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    12 December 2021 in reply to Croix

    Thanks Croix,

    My concern was more for the person whose thread it was. They are very vulnerable right now, & didn't need to see that. (which I won't mention on any public platform).

    *

    My bouncing from one thing to the next entirely different thing is my way of coping with the very serious by off-setting it with the ridiculous. I used to use pure sarcasm, as my (ex-)step-mother had expertly demonstrated. I'd like to have a more witty sort of humour like Oscar Wilde, but also sometimes, be very childishly silly, but always. off the top of my head. I do also like very dark humour, but that might not be such a good idea on these forums. I'd very much like to have a sense of humour like Terry Pratchett had. But I really don't know what I got, just that I like to use it.

    Now, you surely know about the genesis of the song "The Walrus" don't you? It's hilarious., poking fun at media & reviewers who were taking songs to pieces trying to find some extraordinarily deep & profound meaning where there was none. zin other words, The Walrus was a nonsense song, which meant nothing except to tell them to "don't try so hard, just enjoy the simple songs"

    Just for that , it is one of my favourite Beatles songs.

    *

    Another instrument , which I've given one to Mum Chris, is the Fogwhistle. It has astonishing to unbelievable range , possibly extending beyond the bounds of human hearing, at both ends. Yes, turning the thing around helps.

    I couldn't get my Harpsicordian & Euphonedrum to Mum Chris. Would've shaken up the place for sure, but now, I've had to send them on to shake up your igloo. DB is playing the Euphonedrum, while Grandy will do wonders with the Harpsicordian. 😺 I've written a Duet for Mum Chris, for them to perform - they'll rock the igloo! People will feel it through the Earth's crust, up through their seats in Canberra!

    💖💖You too💖💖💖💖, & if you'd like, I might find another bear for you. 😺

    😻mmMekitty

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    12 December 2021 in reply to mmMekitty

    Dear mmMekitty~

    Bouncing from one thing to another is a pretty good way of keeping the mind active and under your control, it is however for those that are flexible - like little red cats - and not for walruses who ten to be more ponderous, they take a while to catch up:)

    With I am the Walrus, it had a walrus and a policeman and I think at the time all the Beatles had mustaches, so that's enough for me to start with anyway.

    Although it might have been intended as nonsense inspired by LSD with a deliberate attempt to obfuscate I guess it is like many more modern paintings I see in museums, they lend themselves to whatever interpretation suits my mood at the time. humans tend to make order out of chaos after all.

    Another useless factoid, Here's To You Mrs Robinson has a phrase which is a reference to the Walrus song, or so I'm told.

    Croix (who's igloo is off limits!)

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    12 December 2021 in reply to Croix

    copied from my post here on the 11th

    For Croix......Year of the Cat....by Al Stewart.....Extended version...not the radio edit ;-)

    Nice thread mmMeKitty!

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    I had a 3hr sleep this afternoon, & thought, alright, I will be able to be alert for Star Trek Discovery. I would like if thy would programme only one or two episodes, at an earlier time.

    I got up shortly after 6pm , &I'm so tired again.

    Thanks Paul, you are welcome to drop in anytime.

    & I found another way to zoom & using both Magnifier & zooming the webpage itself, I finally see wat is in the foreground of your avatar! Not what my brain had interpreted it to be at all, so while you are dropping in, be sure to watch that those talons don't contact cat fur or walrus hide, or well, anything other than the fence, lawn, & swimming pool. 😺

    More later. HI Croix,I do have some sort reply, but it kept getting messy...

    mmMekitty

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