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Anyone who has ever owned a cat has wondered this at one time. ButtPoems by J. Smith is on the web HERE.
“We have noted that a passion for books and a fondness for cats are very often points of intersection on the Venn diagram of personality.” ~Bill Richardson, in Bachelor Brother’s Bed & Breakfast, ©1993
Most people saw this several years ago, but somehow I missed it. I’m hoping a few people will get to see it for the first time, and a few more people will enjoy seeing it again.
I can’t embed this, so you’ll just have to trust me that it’ll make you smile and is worth a click: Cats by Zhaobangni It’s silly, but fun.
Even anonymously, behind the shield of a url, it’s hard for me to open up. I intended for this blog to be a lot more personal, but it ends up being book excerpts and favorite quotes. My wife Mona writes much more from the heart, and I thought she did a good job talking about …
I know the Hindu hierarchy puts man at the top, but I’ve never really bought into that. I think it’s sort of a species-based narcissism, and it wouldn’t surprise me at all to find more enlightened beings than myself inhabiting animal bodies just for the fun of it or to take a break: God: Oh, …
I love the way the moon is reflected in the window, and the way the grainy texture looks like the night.
Amanda (she’s 17) likes to curl up around Mona’s ankles in the morning. 🙂