I know, I know. I said I was going to blog every day but I haven't finished my book yet and my life is so un-interesting at the moment that I'm struggling to find things I want to take pictures of. To keep myself on track with Project 365, I'm posting days 2-4 all at once, and don't be surprised if more days are like this.
Each day my furbaby gets a pouch of wet cat food around 11AM. From the time I wake up until then, he stares at me. Doesn't matter where he's sitting (usually right next to me) he stares until he gets his pouch of food. As soon as he sees me getting up he runs to the kitchen hoping I'm going that way and if I am, he goes and sits by the counter and waits, if I don't he runs in front of me like he's trying to be Lassie or something.
When 11 finally rolls around and I make my way to his bowl, this is what he does. He stretches up the cabinet in anticipation of the yumminess about to come his way.
Day 3 belongs to The Fiery Cross by Diana Gabaldon. I don't know why it's taken me so long to get through this book. I think part of it has to do with I read all the books before this back-to-back and needed to get more books in for my 2009 book goal..especially since I hit a major reading funk. Luckily, I got out of that funk the last 2 weeks in December and am back on track for 2010.
Day 4 (today) is yet another of my furbaby. Chances are you'll be seeing a lot of him on here because not only is he cute, but he does a LOT of cute things. This one is of him sleeping next to me right now all curled up on my blanket. Most likely waiting for me to get up and go to bed. I woke him up when I turned on the camera, but he was originally laying with his chin facing up and it kind of reminded me of Sid the Sloth from Ice Age when he's standing on his head.
Hopefully tomorrow's picture will include snow since it's supposed to snow tomorrow afternoon. Here's to hoping my husband will get part of tomorrow off work since the schools in his work area are closing and he already knows they'll be closed Friday. Fingers crossed!