Thursday, May 30, 2013

Update and Assisi pictures #200

I've been waiting for a while to post some of the following pictures to this blog.

"Pet me, I'm determined to make you spend at least two hours on the couch and procrastinate using my powers of snuggling!"

I have definitely been busy, but I think the true roadblock is that since deleting my facebook and having my connection to the online world be in this blog, a less structured interface than facebook, I have felt some pressure to come up with some profound writing, some idea or innovative thinking.

He likes getting his paws massaged.

But then I decided that the internet really just is for kitty pictures anyway.

 Really likes it. I mean, don't we all?
It's taking me some time to get used to a new lifestyle - some things are great and other things are challenging. It really hasn't been until the last few months that I have left the sphere of education, despite graduating two years ago now. When you get down to the nuts and bolts, working for the Boy Scouts, working for NAL, living in Bellingham hasn't been all too different of a lifestyle since college.
Fuzzy feet!

I was typically surrounded by young people, enthusiastic and in or fresh out of college, and developing comfortable working environments and social circles was easy. I know, I know, first-world problems, right?

Zeez and I like to play a game I call "Fuzzy Kitty Belly," pronounced "FUZZYKITTYBELLY!!!" He starts it by presenting me with his belly.
 But all of it has got me thinking about how much I appreciate my time in college, the people I have surrounded myself with previously, and how grateful I am for my life experiences in recent years.

I slowly attempt to pet his belly.

 It can make a fella a little lonely, in a way. But I'm going to take it as inspiration to reach out more.

And then he proceeds to attack my arm.

Honestly, when I have the best life partner who goes hiking with me, makes me delicious red chile yam enchiladas, and we have the best lil' kitty together, in this quaint apartment out in the high and dry desert, it's hard to complain.

Tree-hugging in Hyde Park.
This was a dessert of mangoes and cookie dough. Yep, we are a bit weird.

Ok I just had to post this last one.


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