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Category Archives: Pets
My little buddy always comes to hang out with me when the puzzle gets rolled out. It’s not the fabric so much, and probably not the pieces.
I don’t think the new Webb Telescope has Mars in its sights. Gambit does. however. He’s happy the project is completed, I think. He’s been carefully monitoring progress all along: Even from the first pieces, like this center of a … Continue reading
Birds chirping and chowing on seeds. Gambit watching. And perhaps not so surprising for April in Minnesota …
The tendency of humans to attribute human intent to non-human behavior: can I help? The real motivation, a mid-morning nap: I had been looking forward to this puzzle, but it is proving quite challenging. And I haven’t even gotten to … Continue reading
“You didn’t really want to scale the cliffs of Yosemite, did you?” I guess not.
Not really helpful on his part. The black cloth is warmer and more comforting than when the human puts the little bits of cardboard on it.
The other cat hid with pre-dawn thunderstorms, but Miranda wasn’t bothered. Significant rain continues in Minnesota, but how much will be needed to salve the severe drought?
It’s not just about the soft cloth that I use for puzzles. Gambit seems to relax on top of pieces, assembled or otherwise.
There is a balm in stay-at-home: pets at play; even the eleven-year-old gets into his inner kitten with a shopping bag listening to jazz, a lot of it opening the blinds early and wide time for daily prayer and exercise … Continue reading
This past Tuesday’s first reading included verse 7c from Isaiah 11: … the lion shall eat hay like the ox. Or was it, “The cat shall eat hay like the guinea pig”?
The cats like the young miss’s bedroom in the afternoon. It’s the brightest room in the home–the one side of the building without trees. Me, I like trees. But Gambit and Ginny like otherwise …
Notice the floor plan of the trailer sitting at the end of my driveway next to the house, right. lol. My friend Dan commented about “playing tetris” with the boxes of various sizes. Thanks to some muscle from him and … Continue reading
White cat sticks close to White Hart Lane as Harry Kane lifts his side to the top of North London. Swans versus Black Cats next.
“… but why aren’t we tuned to Hull City or Sunderland?” Swansea versus Sunderland tomorrow. Looking forward …
“Two million years ago, I would have been the size of a cow. Now look at me!”