WAFFLES: Hello, Glogirly??? You've been gone for DAYS...you're coming home soon, right? Gloman's been doing a pretty good job with breakfast and dinner and stuff. But Ellie's being all kitten-y and stuff.
ELLIE: Whaddya mean I'm all kitten-y??? I'm a whole TWO YEARS OLD.
WAFFLES: Super kitten-y, Glogirly. Ellie's horning in on my mancat time with Gloman. What should I do?
ELLIE: Horning in? You mean like a trumpet? Or a trombone-y thing? Oh! Maybe a bugle! I like Bugles. They're like Cheetos!
WAFFLES: Hurry, Glogirly. Seriously, hurry.
About Today's Story
Glogirly left last week to visit her California family and celebrate her Aunt Dorothy's 90th birthday. Even though they found each other later in life about 15 years ago, her Aunt Dorothy is like another mother to her.
It was a wonderful party at one of her son's house and the entire family came to celebrate their love for this wonderful woman.
Dorothy may be a Nonagenarian, but she's incredibly young at heart, sharp as a tack, and one of the most kind, generous, and optimistic people you could ever know. She's an inspiration to all she knows and touches.