Andy slept here last night, at least the last part of it.
When sleepy boy woke up…
…he gave himself a quick wash up.
Doug let him sniff a used paper towel. It was a really exciting start to his day!
Yes, time to think about taking another nap.
My neighbor across the lane, Linda, called me Saturday and told me she was going to be out of town Saturday and Sunday. She suggested I park on her spot, then the ice under and next to my spot would have a chance to melt. The prospects are low since snow is predicted for Sunday. The rest of the week is supposed to be cold, with temperatures slightly below to slightly above freezing. Ugh!
Those sleepy eyes! Mr Andy has the right idea for this kind of weather: go right back to sleep
Wishing you better weather, Doug and Andy. I think Andy is preparing to hibernate during the next storm. 🙂
We’re supposed to get a few inches of snow tonight and today. I don’t know if I want to look outside or not!
Good morning, Andy! Your weather is different than down here, Doug. Rain, so much rain coming from the coastal areas. It rained all night here again and it’s supposed to rain on and off today. Winter can go away now!
Andy’s day looks about as exciting as mine have been, lately.
Yeah! Lots of sleep at least!
Napping is a good way to start the day! Bummer about the weather! Colder here than I’d like, but nothing as icy as your weather. We all need a break from winter.
At least we missed the worst of the storms passing through here!
I am looking forward to retirement so I can act like a cat.
I got into the habit of an afternoon naps in my university years since I had all my classes either in the morning or evening. When I retired, the old habit returned, and it is a great one to have!
I have never been able to nap unless I am super tired.
we hope for better weather in your area… and for our place too… this storms are a little sorms in the wizard of oz book…
LOL! You know the Wizard of Oz had just performed in Omaha, NE or so the story line noted something like that.
Good luck with th4 weather
Thanks! It’s always highly variable here.