Monday, June 25, 2007

Sleeping in

I love the rare weekend (almost always) day when DH and I choose to sleep in rather than starting the usual routine at the crack of dawn. Or earlier. After an initial protest, the cats begrudgingly accept that breakfast is going to be later than usual and contribute to the general laziness, an activity at which cats excel. These photos are from last Sunday, not this one just passed, because Jack was there to join us.

It was sweet, how quickly my bigs took to Jack. This looks like a family portrait. I wonder what they're looking at?

Here's a view from behind. That's Sharae, my other orphan foster on semi-permanent loan from D-'s house, a bundle of good will and energy. She's an excellent couch potato when you want to watch a movie or a little TV, but not so good at general laziness.

Here's Sharae letting us know that sleeping in has lasted long enough.


Anonymous said...

That's a good reminder of why I prefer cats to kittens. I hate those littles' feet-attacking ways. Ouch!

Love the family portrait, BTW.

David E Maeda said...

The family portrait made me smile. Let's see if I have this right... it's Cricket, John, and Jack?

Gottagopractice said...

Excellent tuxedo identification skills. I think Cricket's black heart shows marvelously in that position.

Jason Heath said...

I really love your adorable kitty pix and the video! My cats are feeling very hot this time of year (no air conditioning), so they spend their time on the hardwood floors moving as little as possible.

Gottagopractice said...

Hi Jason, It's good to have something else to write about when I'm in a practice slump. Or maybe I use them as an excuse, and it's not <g>. Anyway, kittens are an excellent fitness plan for lazy old cats in the heat of summer. And I enjoy stopping by your blog to read stories about that other upright string instrument for inspiration. Well no, actually I don't often stop by because I'm subscribed. But I do enjoy reading, and sometimes listening.