Friday, March 28, 2008

3-27 SNOW

It's snowing today and I was able to go outside and experience it. At first I thought, "OK, I'm kinda curious about this snow stuff," and then I was ready for it to stop. I even tried using my cat powers to make it stop, it's always worked on the humans, but Kitty Powers do not seem to work on mother nature. Here are a few pics of the city.

Thursday, March 20, 2008

Future Nurse Ratchet

Today Bert received his acceptance letter for nursing school! On the down side this means a tighter budget, good thing I have my fat reserve, I'm a savvy investor.

Monday, March 17, 2008

Mortimer's Nightmares #28

I appreciate that humans have hobbies, its awesome when they leave me alone while they do whatever it is that they're doing. Its when you force hobbies on unwilling participants, that's where I draw the line.
Just for the record, some hobbies I do not wish to participate in are: scuba diving, frozen waterfall climbing, volcano exploration... Now that I think about it it's easer to list the things I'd be glad to participate in: feeding, petting (heavy) and anything that takes your complete concentration such as homework and paper reading.
Check out these crazy Russians and my poor skydiving feline comrade.

Saturday, March 15, 2008

No Need for Soup Lines

This weekend I visited the vet for my six month check up. Nothing major to report, my heart is still a ticking timebomb and I received a Distemper shot.
There was mention in passing that I'm overweight! In this tenuous time with the dollar failing and the word "recession" on everyone's lips, can one be too fat?
I feel that by selling my portfolio and reinvesting in the fat surplus I can live off this resource when food is scarce. When every thing goes to hell, I will have enough fat that I can just set back and watch the humans fight over potatoes.

Tuesday, March 4, 2008

gold finches

Well it's spring and the gold finches are starting to molt, soon they will be a vibrant yellow. This is all fine and well but they have been eating me out of house and home all winter in their less attractive feathers. Now they'll don their finery and leave. Oh well, there will be a new bird to watch soon.