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    Ellen Ann Fuller, November 10 1949 - November 1, 2012

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    Mount Saint Ellen
    December 15, 2012
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    Jelly Bean and Sweet pea are womb mates and I got them when they were just five days old in September, 2009.

    Jelly Bean loved Ellen so much that when she would sit on the floor, next to my day bed and we would watch TV together, Jelly Bean would curl up in Ellen’s lap.

    Ellen said that to Jelly Bean, she was “Mount Saint Ellen.”

    Sweet Pea on the other hand, found Ellen an intrusion and would pee on Ellen’s feather bed which meant that I would have to wash it and spend most of the rest of the day monitoring it in the dryer in the laundry room.

    Funny, Jelly Bean the little boy cat adored Ellen and Sweet Pea the little girl cat found Ellen as an inconvenience in her world.

    Ellen and I devised a routine that would prevent kitty peeing on Ellen’s bed, whenever Ellen got up to work on her computer and I was in the kitchen preparing our next feast, Ellen would roll up her beds and blankets and all the pillows I got her.

    Ellen told me coming here every weekend and having the two feather beds, padded covers for each one, bed padding, and the large comforter and assortment of pillows, was like going to “grandma’s house”. She never talked about her Grandmother, so, I assume that was an endearing term she used to coming her to express how cozy and comfy it made her feel.

    I got Ellen an assortment of pillows because it was a never ending search for the perfect pillow that would allow her to get a good night sleep.

    Below is a photo Ellen took of Jelly Bean and Sweet Pea in my desk drawer, where they spend most of their time when I am in there in my office working on my computer.

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