Monday, November 24, 2008

Monday Morning Chatter

The blue jays are in the hemlock

and on the deck railing

tormenting the kids...

this morning


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It's cold

and I'm beat from work

so tomorrow


I'll make it to the post office....

today I'll be lucky

to make it to work on time

have a lot of

napping to squeeze in first


Thanks to all who comment on the cats

they are such a delight

to live with


If you haven't read this book

go get it now

A great gift for yourself

and anyone who loves cats

I borrowed it from the library

then had to get my own copy...

you can find it on

amazon or eBay

You will not be sorry...


WoolenSails said...

Love the captions. I need a hidden video camera to see what mine are up to at night. I find thinks knocked over and moved, so who know's what they are doing when I am not looking;)


Kathy (woolfind) said...

Too cute with the captions Kelley lol. Glad they bring you so much Joy...

moosecraft said...

How funny! I love the little santa hats... and I'm pretty sure that's what they really are thinking... little mischief makers! LOL!

JoJo said...

Kelley, they 'are' adorable. I love the captions and the Santa hats. I always smile when I come here and find a post on Chester and Olivia.

Joanne said...

Kelley - those two are too cute - isn't it funny - it makes you wonder if that is indeed what they are thinking!

thanks for the info about the book - I love books and will look for this one.


Jacque said... quite a chuckle out of the chatter. When my sister and I used to sit out in our big front fenced-in yard, I used to talk for the dogs...a certain look, an exciting something...anything would prompt me to say what I thought they would be saying. She used to laugh so hard at me. It's a great memory and one I'll have to remind her of.


Deirdre said...

We're off to find the book, thanks for the recomdation. Will share it with my local cat lovers when I finish.

The santa hats are too funny!

Brenda said...

I have been reading about this in our local papers, you see Dewey was a local hero (Spencer IA is 30 minutes from where I live). A neat, neat story about this library cat. The last article in the newspaper was about the librarian herself and how Dewey changed her life and helped her get through some tough times. I have yet to buy the book but I think I need to buy a couple for Christmas gifts...thanks for reminding me!