No No is tough to capture
Fall Break for students means two days of professional development for instructors, everyone always asks what we do, so here you go.
I did escape early enough to grab Sam and get a quick paddle in, I loved the reflection under the bridge.
I had not been home 5 minutes when the cats decided the kayaks on the roof were the most interesting thing of the day
I have a hole in my bedroom screen. It appears to be rear leg and tail sized.
We woke up to a winter wonderland.
The dog was happy.
The cats not so much.
An afternoon run to make snow pictures.
Not sure if this face means, “come on, drop it” or “pull, twist, pull, repeat”
Bazinga is teh first cat to say, enough of the dog, I am coming back into the living room!
Good morning cat. iPhone pic before I got out of bed.
As I got ready to ride the wind trainer in the basement, all the cats followed me through the cat door.
The dog in in it’s kennel – when I drove home, Spitz was in the window.
Another long day at work, means another POD of cats.
I cleaned the cat nose marks off the window, no sooner than I walk back in, Jenny makes a new one.