Winter Solstice is my jam. This autumn was mild but that only made it more of a bummer that we had to be indoors before 4 o’clock. Yes, I am a cat and yes, all domestic cats must be indoors before it gets too dim to see the paws in front of us. The Puppy is also a cat. NEXT STOP, SPRING!
Cats know how to shut you down, man.
Like, how I kept wanting to get close to these little ginger babies and give them (and their parents, if they wanted it) a home, but the one with the white face and paws, who always looked to see what her mom was doing and then did the same, went overboard to make sure I didn’t take her away from her wonderland of pouncing on tree roots and fighting azaleas. She went and died on us Saturday morning. Even the mailman was sad. Run free and bask in the sunny spots forever, little Riley, you were a doll.
(I am so not cut out to be that kind of cat lady.)
In case you were wondering, of course I have a photo.
Kittens are blurry, you know.
It has occurred to me that RPGs might help me figure out real life.
Who am I kidding? This is just a lead in to the Halloween comics!
Also it’s getting dark too soon. Phooey.
Whee! What? Wait. Get away from the door, mouse!
It seems like summer just started. I mean, in June I signed up for a data science course that has 20 hours of material, and I’m not done with that. Someone’s kidding me that summer’s over.
Was this a day apart or five minutes?
If only that particular feature of my arms was useful!
Do not confuse lasers with spoons.
Our daily winter routine. It happens about five or seven times on a good day. When it’s windy and single-digits, one jaunt is enough for all of us to be glad the door can close and keep out the blowy winds.
Hope you have some sort of fun warm time! Whoo!
Fall, man. It’s the best.
Flying is learning how to throw yourself at the ground and miss.