Then she showed up without them. I became worried then, because she did not seem to know where they were. I followed her and she meowed a couple of time and kittens came running out of the two patios. They followed us back until they passed the huge century plant and went under it.
Eventually they came back and ate some DRY food I had on my patio. It is now raining and they are leaping, running, and playing inside the patio while mama watches the rain outside As they move past her, I notice that they are really growing. The black ones is almost half her size, and the gray is smaller. I have not checked them lately for their sex, but I think the gray one is female. The two black ones play roughly with each other, so I am guessing they are male. I will know soon enough, I guess.
I am sorry this is the only news I have. This isolation, because of my susceptibility to the virus, makes a person bored. All I do is watch TV, read books, and eat. My neighbors have been very generous bringing me books to read. Our library here is closed due to virus.
I have also developed a soreness on my left side in my ribs from my fall. The black eye and facial bruise are fading. My left eyelid is still drooping. I hope it comes back to normal, too.
Happy Monday to those of you who are retired. My sympathies go out to those of you going to work and even more for those of you who are not working because the virus. I send all of you good health wishes.