It’s day 20 in our new home and Zoey the Cool Cat is as enamored as ever. She loves the floor, both carpet and vinyl, but she doesn’t like the two bathrooms, my room (I keep the blackout curtains drawn), or the office (also blackout curtains to cut down on glare on the 4K monitors and the 4K TV. She does have her favorite positions on the floors:
We still are unpacking boxes, mostly books—we must have the largest library outside of an actual library. Books are heavy, and when one puts a lot of them in one box, the box becomes heavy. Uh, der. So I bring in one box in the morning and one in the afternoon. Each time I bring in a box, Zoey the Cool Cat believes it is solely for her. She can be nowhere around, but as soon as I put a box on the floor, BAM! There she is! It’s hers!
Yesterday afternoon’s box
This morning’s box
Moving starts in earnest on Friday although preparations have been ongoing for a couple of weeks now.
What that means is that I’ll continue to post daily but posts will be shorter. You’re probably not going to see a post in my San Diego Historical Landmark series since each of those posts takes several hours to research and write.
My Picture of the Moment series probably will have quite a few entries during the next 36 days.
Knowing that, I thought I’d share my most recent picture of Zoey the Cool Cat, taken at 10:15 p.m. last night:
With so many things being moved about, she has all sorts of new places to explore. Such excitement just wore her out yesterday.
Her home comprising a Samuel Adams beer box and a Trader Joe’s sack has been her favorite spot for the last five days.
So when you’ve had a long, tiring day, just relax in your favorite spot!
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