Enjoying the sunny morning is a nice way to start the day.
Pussy Cats 3
One of the first things I do in the morning after grooming Romeo, Rusty and Patches, is to open the patio door. They love to go out there. Many times, Rusty prefers to perch on the windowsill in my bedroom to look out and greet the day.
Rusty, what has caught your attention out there?
Rusty, are you going to tell Mommy about it?
Patches, it’s really bright out there now. What are you looking at? The same thing that caught Rusty’s attention?
Patches, are you going to tell Mommy about the birds?
Romeo loves to look out and hopes to find a bird or squirrel to watch.
So, Romeo, what did you see out there this morning? (Notice that the front paws are in the same position.) Romeo is frugal about wasting energy.
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The day has been really beautiful. Yesterday was nasty and rainy and I remember commenting to my sister as we rode in the car, that it seemed like a Fall day in New York: misty, drizzly, cloudy and wondering when we were going to see the sun again.
The night was horrendous. It rained very hard all night, and the thundering on the roof prevented me from having a good night.
I went out to the driveway to pick up my newspaper; it wasn’t there. Then I realized the street was flooded. I am not one to keep checking the weather report, so I just accepted the fact of the small lake in front of my house and went inside, sans newspaper.
I called the Sun-Sentinel and a recorded message told me today’s newspaper will be delivered tomorrow with tomorrow’s. What good is that? OK. Had to accept that.
Was expecting a visitor this morning, but she telephoned that all the access roads to my community were flooded; in fact, there was a BMW stuck in the deeper water near the entrance. Posted all the “good” news on the community website. Daughter’s street was flooded and many major roads as well. Heard there was a tornado in the area during the night, and her phone and electric were out. She couldn’t get to work and went back to sleep.
The good news? Most of today has been sunny and mild, allowing the excess water to disappear and there is no more flooding in my community! January will probably be the wettest winter month in years, here in South Florida. No prospect for a drought, that’s for sure. And my Rusty is keeping me company on my desk. Check out my blog for my cats: pussycats3.wordpress.com
What is your good news for today?