Here I am having a staring contest with my boa toy. Boa always wins. But I keep trying.
This is not a new photo, although a recent one. We're reporting from Mom's new computer now, we're wireless and all that jazz. Actually, at the present moment, I am on the desk under the lamp, to the left of Mom while she's writing my post. Dad just came in from a walk.
It's storming outside, getting ready to dump some rain tonight. I'm looking forward to a warm and cozy night!
This is, like, a really old picture of me, actually about a year old...Mom got a new computer today and all my more recent photos are on it, but that computer's not hooked up to wireless yet so I'm posting tonight from Dad's (formerly Mom's older) computer.
Just wanted to report that, as always, there's change going on here at the ranch. Nothing stays the same for very long.
On the TV program front, we've got just one more episode of Season 4 of The Closer to watch...and that's it on that show until Season 5, which just finished up on TV, is available on DVD. Probably not for close to a year. Bummer. We'll have to check out some other show...or watch Season 5 episodes on Mom's new computer!
Hope you're all having a cool weekend -- and I don't mean weatherwise!
After stretching yesterday morning, I went online and whoa!, I had 19 comments on my last blog post ~~ Mom says in one day her four blogs don't get that many comments, combined! I guess I'm famous for a few minutes...
Apparently the folks over at the Cat Blogosphere found me and posted a link to my blog, and now I have new friends and subscribers from around the globe. Thank You Very Much cyber kitties!
The photo above is old, but Mom liked it and I said it would be okay to post it. The framed photo in the background is a picture of my Aunt Vicky, who's a ukulele musician, among many other talents.
Anyhow, it's a new week, there's a new bamboo roll-up blind covering the office window, and now it's easier to see out of ~~ I don't have to snake my way behind the curtains that were there. Mom's also hoping the blind keeps the sun out of her eyes in the afternoon, when she's at the computer.