Tuesday, January 15, 2013

Whimsical Wednesday

I love sleep. My life has the tendency to fall apart when I'm awake, you know? 
~Ernest Hemingway 

39 comments:

  1. Ah, another reason why I like my namesake. ;)

    Ernie

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  2. What a huge sun puddle. I'll be right over. Oh wait, it's dark now, isn't it. When I first saw the photo, I thought you were out on a catio.

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  3. Oh, I know what you mean. Happy dreams!

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  4. Very wise words.

    But we are amazed - you have a plant. A veritable little tree. What is it doing unharmed, unshredded and presumably unmarked ?

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  5. OMC. Did you hear my mom's SQUEE!!! over there??? I'm deaf now.

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  6. Did Hemingway really say that? Wow, not only did he like cats, he thought like one too.

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  7. No wonder Ernest Hemingway loved cats! BTW, he and my human share a birthday. (Different year - she always has to add that.)

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  8. Sir ,
    When you wake up, Your lucky day arrive !
    Your blog just won the lucky 9 ! My mom will do the graphic for your next special event. Please see the detail on my blog.
    http://everydayvisitor.blogspot.com.au/2013/01/i-overwhelmed-by-you.html

    xoxo
    Puddy

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  9. Spitty my boy, you need the hooman !!! I hope your awake times are not quite so troubled as Hemingways!!!

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  10. Oh Spitty, that sun looks wonderful. Is that a ficus tree?? Mom loves those trees. What a great quote. We are going right back to bed. Have a great day.

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  11. That is a great quote and so apt.. You have a great sunpuddle and I wondered if you wanted company to share it.. Hugs GJ xx

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  12. MOL, we had noticed..:) You should be sorting ya self out for the ball, not napping again! xx00xx

    Mollie and Alfie

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  13. Can feel like you are outdoors with that tree. Of course it would be eaten by me, then I'd sleep haha

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  14. Love that sun puddle you are in pal. I'd be curled up there too. Oh, cept it's winter where I live, so no going outside.

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  15. Excellent quote and sunpuddle. Happy Wednesday!

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  16. That tree needs to go into a bigger pot so you can sleep in the dirt just like Eric & Flynn.

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  17. Sleeping in the sun! What could be better?
    Kisses
    Nellie

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  18. I've never seen a dust bunny that big! That Woman was muttering how lovely that China Doll tree is.

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  19. dood...dont look now but there bee a 27 feet snake rite bee hind ewe

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  20. That must be why we cats have it together unlike the peeps. We do sleep a lot. I aim for eighteen to twenty hours a day, myself. purrs

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  21. Very good advice and I am happy to see you are following it!

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  22. Smart guy, that Hemingway.
    He must have learned that from all those cats he had.
    ; ) Katie

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  23. What a wonderful spot to sleep in! Happy Napping! Purrs from your friends at Colehauscats.com

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  24. sun puddle, sun puddle, make me some heat, give me toatie feet...sun puddle, sun puddle...paw pats, Savvy

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  25. Wow, what a wonderful spot of sunshine!

    Star says: Purrrr, looks like plenty of room for me to join you there.. XOXOXOXO

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  26. Darn we got the dreaded 403 error.

    We always love seeing pictures of you Spitty, but the composition of this one is perfection!

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  27. Oh! Look! It's a reenactment of "The Old Mancat and the Sunpuddle." Or wait! I know! It's "The Sunpuddle Also Rises."
    *titter*
    *snicker*
    No, wait, wait - It's "Nap in the Afternoon"
    *guffaw*
    *snort*
    p.s. - is your mouse toy still missing? cuz then it would be "For Whom the Pinkie Tolls"
    ahahahahaaaaa...oh! I slay myself, I really do...heeheheheee

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  28. That's a perfect spot enjoy the sunshine~!!

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