This week seemed to involve a lot of games and sporting events. You only get five days’ worth, though, since I tacked last Monday and Tuesday onto the other January photos. ^_^
2/1 I tried the new Starbucks roast called Veranda. It’s a blonde coffee and might be my new favorite. I like my coffee light roasted.
2/2 The sunrise on the way to the zoo on Thursday was spectacular, and this photo doesn’t do it justice. That isn’t the sun you’re seeing– those are the clouds glowing over the mountains before the sun has gotten above them. (You can also see I was, once again, sitting in traffic and not moving..)
2/3 I went to a friend’s house on Friday night and learned a new domino game. We played 13 rounds (one for every number plus blanks, and they were 12×12 dominoes) and it was really fun.
Also 2/4 Leena watched the UNC vs. Maryland game with me. She kept inching more and more to the left until I couldn’t see the clock anymore and it was just a LITTLE annoying. Mostly cute.
2/5 I purchased 2 or 3 lbs worth of zucchini on Saturday, so on Sunday while waiting for the Super Bowl to start, I made a sauce (and had pasta for lunch) and zucchini bread. The bread recipe was new to me so it didn’t turn out as well as I’d have liked, but it wasn’t awful.
And now, because I didn’t want all the photos to look the same, this is how the kitties spend their time while I’m watching sports. Keep in mind they like to PARTICIPATE and they like to be the CENTER OF ATTENTION at all times. So, here they are:
Leena didn’t quite understand why I kept shouting at the screen… or did she?
These profiles made me laugh…
Once I’d moved Leena away from the screen, Caspian plunked himself in the exact same spot.
Leena’s interests are not limited to basketball. She also likes football. Anything with little men running around on a screen is interesting.
And I spent a good portion of the game watching between a pair of ears…
So there you have it. My cats like sports. I just didn’t want this entire week to be cat photos, but I also didn’t want to not share them. You’re welcome.