Words and pictures from the author of And the Crows Took Their Eyes as well as the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries . . .
Yes, it seems the season has arrived where one can't sit without a cat suddenly depositing itself in your lap. It's also a big boost to a human's recuperation. Enjoy, you and the cats.
Well this year I bet you avoided all the crowds in stores! That's only half of it, the roads backed up from traffic, not to mention parking lots where you eventually can find a spot, and then have to brave all the other drivers frantically looking for spaces while walking the mile to the stores. Now your job is to keep those kittehs nice and warm...and I see you've got the wrapping job as well!
Ahhh Vicki, now we know which kitteh is the weakest (or most brilliant) link. xo
Ah yes, the warm lap temptation. I'd fall for it too.
Enjoy your cats and dogs and family. It must feel so good to watch your kitties go through their daily rounds.
Such a happy season for kitties... I mean such a nice playground for them...
Oh to be back amungst your critters must be deelightful.
Cory is still ignoring me -- but making sure I see her as she streaks by to hide under the Christmas tree. It's a delight to watch.
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