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.


Anonymous said...

Wisdom is catching up with you.:o)

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...

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.