Sally knows where she likes to nap.
It's a cool Friday morning in this part of the southern hemisphere near Fremantle. The wind is bringing the message that it's even cooler in the Great Southern Ocean, which is where it's coming from. When I went to collect the morning newspaper from our front driveway the dawn bleakness reminded me that autumn is closer than we think. Even our two cats Sally and Bubbles have come back inside the house to do what they know best. Snooze. I read somewhere that domestic cats spend about 17 hours a day snoozing. The picture above is of Sally practicing the nobel art on our back verandah a few weeks ago. Zzzzzz!
Paul R. Weaver.
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Check out each month's subject index on the Calendar Page for all my "common-man" monologues about survival in 21st century Australia – plus a little history occasionally. An original essay is added most days as part of an undertaking to write at least several million words. Zzzzzzzz!