Wednesday, January 10, 2007

Not Much, How 'Bout You?

I avoid State Of The Union addresses informercials, regardless of who is giving them. Been my practice for about, oh... cant remember. I can just tell you that the last time I listened to one Ronald Reagan was giving it. And I didnt have kids yet. So, its been at least 20 years.

I've decided to bore you all with a bit more substance, instead. It's the little things that matter more than politics,war,the nation... the things that bring a smile, a chuckle, or any one of the many threads that weave together in the fabric of my life that that provides the 'comfort zone' that I come home to.
One of these threads is also responsible for so many of the frayed edges in my worn out sofa.

This is Ted. Tipping the scales at a whopping 4.5 lbs. Hyper-energetic. Dangerously curious. Forever on the prowl. Never bored. Nor boring. He's my problem child.
Not many cats come this small, or this gracefully beautiful.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Wisdom is catching up with you.:o)

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Freezing my arse off in Canada.

Andy said...

Awwww...what a cutey-wootey! 4.5 lbs!!!! Jeez, he makes Starbuck look like Nell Carter.

Vanesa Littlecrow W. said...

That is one tiny little cat. Is he a mouser?

Gino said...

chills:
always good to see ya. maybe even in canada some day. still planning the northern excursion,pt II.

andy: his sister is over 10lbs. hard to believe they're litter-mates. he's definately on the small end of the cat size spectrum.

vas: he wishes he was. these are totally, lifetime bound, indoor cats. but sometimes i watch him and wonder if i'm doing him a diservice that way. he is just so primally feline in his ways. a natural born prowler/stalker.

Stacy said...

I have a problem child cat too. She's 14 months and doesn't have any intentions of maturing anytime soon. She thinks she's a dog; which makes no sense; we don't have a dog for her to mimic. Although she drives us crazy, we wouldn't change her.