Words and pictures from the author of the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries and the forthcoming And the Crows Took Their Eyes . . .
Hello Vicki...I have just given myself the treat of a catch up on your posts. Happy Spring!How I do love seeing those kittehs appreciating the power of boxes.My hand is healing and I have returned to knitting...got lots accomplished while watching hours of a certain Congressional hearing yesterday. Over the weekend, I posted a little knitting video (with Meet the Press as background sound) over on my Instagram page. Here's the link:instagram.com/fgoakleyxo
I think they know a lot we don't know...and vise versa. But I'll take a nice soft throw over my legs as I sit here by my window with mountain view through the trees over curling into a box any day! Perhaps it has to do with the small space that they are the complete owners of. A little castle for a while.
The power of recycling everything we use probably...
They scratch where ever they itch. They have a built in washer (their tongue). They purr and drool when pleased. It takes a lot to make us happy, they get giddy with anything on a string. We have to have a martini or joint all they need is a little catnip.
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