Reub's journey

06 June 2013

Warmth



You ever fall asleep on a warm afternoon, and then wake up feeling really guilty, like you should be doing something much more productive than just napping in the sun?




Like maybe picking up a pick & practicing guitar?




 And then you think "naaaah,"  roll over, and decide to watch a show instead?



Photos are of our cat, Stitch, making use of one of the first warm days of the year, and shared with the only photo group I ever link to: Friday My Town Shoot-Out. For other takes on the theme of "warmth," go here.

21 comments:

  1. Sometimes it's a good idea to emulate a cat.

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  2. Reya, I should take a lesson from this. Why is it so hard to relax on nice days?

    twg: He is a very sweet, funny guy. If he were a person he would be like "Jim" from The Office.

    Laoch: He is delightful 90% of the time.

    Ellen: I'm going to try. Starting tomorrow.

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  3. This is right on the nose. So glad sunshine is around again. I am like him love the sunshine.
    QMM

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  4. Cats just love to laze around doing nothing! I've saw some cat even suntanning their underside here in tropical Singapore.

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  5. We had nothing on our calendar this week and it took me until yesterday to finally rollover an settle down for a nap. My system couldn't adjust to no appointments or schedules. Your cat adapted much more quickly.

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  6. Stitch sure is sticking close to your Mac. I wonder if it's because of the warmth. He sure is a pretty cat!

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  7. i know its a dumb thing to say but oh my gosh he's gotten so big!

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  8. Cats love the warmth of the sun. Stitch looks as if she is in heaven and saw a bird.

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  9. Peggy: We've had a stretch of sunshine lately & I hope you have too:)

    Jama: The climate in Singapore must be heavenly for cats: so warm and relaxing.

    GA: I know! An empty calendar doesn't mean you can instantly relax, does it?

    Gail: He was thinking about checking his email, but just didn't get around to it:) He is quite a pretty boy.

    Daryl: I didn't exactly photograph him in a flattering way, did I? When he was a baby I used to call him Fatball. Right now he's on a diet, although he's only 10 months old.

    Ruth: They do love a warm spot. In cold weather they nap on the heating vents:)

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  10. I love the warm sun on my back.

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  11. We could learn so much from cats, I think. I'm going to follow Stitch's example and sit in the sun; it's one of those lovely winter days, warm in the sun (as long as you stay out of the wind).

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  12. Nice! Great interpretation of the theme. I do miss have a fat furry cat around.

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  13. If you ever feel even remotely guilty for napping in the sun, you are most definitely not a cat. ;) What a beautiful baby.

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  14. Rebecca: me too.

    Pauline: A yoga instructor I once had always referred to cats & their ability to stretch and relax. They can teach us something!

    Barb: If you had written that last summer I would have mailed you a foster kitten because it sounds like you'd be an easy mark.

    Hilary: Haha! So true! "Guilty" is not part of feline vocabulary.

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  15. If I have to come back, I want to be a cat in my next life.

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    1. Not such a bad life. At least for cats such as ours.

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  16. Cats help us keep perspective.

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    1. I used to think only dogs could do that.

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