I have just arrived home, my glass is full, and the sun is setting through the new leaves outside. There are only thirty more days that I will watch the light fade from these rooftops and walls.
Tomorrow is my last day of school. At Pratt the trees are heavy with cherry blossoms and the grass and sky are technicolor through open windows. Walking toward the street, through the tall black gate, I wondered if I would remember this day, or if it would dissolve in a flood of experiences.
In any case, here are some cats I’ve seen recently. It has been too long.
via Erin– FAMILY LOVE
Prospect Place, Brooklyn, NY
Recently, Olive has decided that standing where the mugs should go will make us more likely to feed her.
St Marks Avenue, Brooklyn NY– for Ed
A missing kitty in Jim Thorpe, PA
Hoops 4ever, Jim Thorpe, PA
Babci’s Easter Card from the Lovely Cioci Tina
Gato Oven Mitt
Ready to strike.
My Auntie Jo and her stylish glasses.
Scenes from a recent night with Raymond and Parker
From the quilt show at Le Brooklyn Museum
Hiding from the Jumbie.
Gurl is passssed out. Photo credit: Iggo
To protect John’s car from Kitty.