Friday, April 19, 2019

Happy Cat Daddy Weekend!

WAFFLES:  So when's Gloman coming home, Boss? We need to talk about man stuff. 

KATIE:  Any minute, Waffles. But Gloman and I have important conversations to catch up on. And I was here first.

WAFFLES:  But I was the first one out of our carriers when we moved here, Boss. Doesn't that make ME first?

KATIE:  That just means Glogirly unzipped your carrier before mine. A tactical error on her part for sure. But it has nothing to do with who was here first. 

WAFFLES:   You mean on account of how you're way older than me?

Happy Visit!
Our Cat Daddy is popping in for a long weekend visit. We're having some friends and neighbors over to celebrate TWO whole years in Colorado.

We'be also got plenty of nap time and Netflix scheduled in.

And of course plenty of quality Cat Daddy time.

Wednesday, April 17, 2019

The Art of Bed Making



More during.

Still more during.


WAFFLES:  After is totally overrated. 

The Best Part
Waffles and Katie may not agree on much, but they're certainly in agreement on bed making. Before and during are WAY more fun than after.

It was laundry day yesterday. Which on its own, is worthy of celebration. But a little bird told us that a certain special someone is coming home to visit.

Monday, April 15, 2019

Spring Snow Cats & a Special Thank You

WAFFLES:  What do you smell, Boss? 

KATIE:  You mean besides an orange cat?

WAFFLES:  There's an orange cat outside our window???

KATIE:  Spring, Waffles. I smell spring. 

WAFFLES:  But there's still snow outside, Boss. How can it smell like spring?

KATIE:  That's the magic of Colorado, Waffles. 

WAFFLES:  It might be spring, but I don't want any of that white stuff touching my toesies. 

Spring Snow
While other parts of the state was getting blasted with another bomb cyclone storm, we were enjoying a beautiful spring snowfall up here in the mountains.  We got about 9", but the day after we woke up to the most spectacular day. Blue skies and sunshine, snow kissing the trees, and a weather phenomenon called an "inversion."

An inversion is when the clouds are below us. Up here at 8,000' we can see the sun, but down below in Denver it's all clouds and overcast. Sometimes when the clouds are smooth, the mountain tops peek through and look like islands in the water.

This was the view of our driveway out our kitchen window. The snow on the road didn't last long though. By noon it was completely melted.

One of the most magical parts of spring in Colorado is how there can be snow on the ground, yet the temperatures are so warm, you barely need a jacket in the sun. It was warm enough to have our windows open too. There's nothing quite as fresh smelling as spring snow!

 A Special Thank You
We were positively overwhelmed with the incredible outpouring of heartfelt comments and wishes here and on Facebook from our friends and readers last Friday and over the weekend. We thought long and hard about whether or not to share our experience of Katie's scary incident during her wellness exam at the vet. And how to share it.

Your love and concern for all of us touched us more than you can imagine. You are family to us.

Glogirly, Gloman, Katie, and Waffles

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