Ptolemy prefers our window sill to his own when it is sunny. He can keep warm and has a good view of the bird feeder (which he can't reach I hasten to say). We are pleased to see him as he is such a beautiful cat to watch.
19th Jan 2009, 13:01
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Star has gone home. I would say and now the cats can relax again, but last time I went next door they were all sitting together unconcerned and quite relaxed thank you!
16th Jan 2009, 16:30
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There is a bend in the main road but some people just don't see it.
16th Jan 2009, 16:08
Went to see this at the Lyttleton on the South Bank on Sunday. It was performed by the original Chicago cast. I didn't know what to expect. It was brilliant - both funny and tragic. They had the audience in thrall all the way through. Photography was forbidden in the theatre of course, so I took a pic of the audience having a refreshment break in the interval! Then I popped out and took a couple of river pictures.
I wasn't the only person to enjoy this sunrise but that won't stop me including my efforts. You can't have too many sunrises is my thinking.
Continued from Woops 2 (below). We looked out of the window yesterday morning and found the bird feeder standing up again. It turned out to be a nearby friend walking by had seen the problem we had with the feeder and had put a rescue operation in hand early in the morning. What a lovely surprise and relief to both us and the birds!
9th Jan 2009, 12:16
The neighbours' cats have a young visitor holidaying with them for two weeks. Star is being knocked into shape by the cats and seems to have learnt her place satisfactorily.
Just worn out?
5th Jan 2009, 13:24