The coffee in the treasured New Zealand mug, the handful of birds in our tree out the window, the sound of coasting traffic on the street below. Woven blanket, sheepskin, topographical map, heirloom table. Three-legged cat, two-legged companion, tiny refrigerator, the ivy in the bathroom, pale blue sky, cold spring breathing, the work I haven’t done yet.
Today is open– much to accomplish, but there is the possibility of lunch with a baby I don’t know and two of my favorite humans, and tonight a faraway friend comes to town to play a show. We are sniffly, sleepy, but there will be bike rides and attractive things to eat and hugs and sly and open smiles and later there will be sleep and tomorrow will be another day.
Here are a few more of the things.
Just as potentially offensive and confusing as Jon Knepp’s vanity license plate.
from MOLLY our FLORIDA CAT CORRESPONDENT
Some reading for you.
More proof of New Zealand as a supreme nation. Jono sends in an article from stuff.co.nz entitled, “Woman ‘saved’ by stray cat“.
Current state of affairs.
from MIKE SHEA
More about hero gatos– this Kitty Stowaway (Barely) Survives Epic Journey Across the Pacific! via Gothamist.