My chest felt heavy yesterday and that is never a good sign medically. But I wasn't too worried because I realized I had around 25 pounds of cat sitting directly on my chest. The other 12 pounds was covering my legs.
Thompson sometimes tells me he thinks I leave the wrong impression of him on the blog since many of the posts about him show him snoozing. He wants everyone to know that sometimes the inside of his eyelids are more peaceful to look at than the chaos his brothers cause tearing around the house...
Diego-san asked if the iPad occupying space on my lap could purr. I said I suppose it could. He then asked if the iPad was soft and cuddly. I admitted it was not. His final question was why in the world I had an iPad on my lap when I could have him on my lap instead.
Our forecast called for up to another eight inches of snow yesterday. So as has sadly been my routine much of the past winter I set my alarm clock to wake up 15 minutes early to give me some time to shovel the sidewalk and driveway before I went to work. Of course before I went to sleep I asked the boyz to make it stop snowing. Lo and behold when I awoke there was no snow on the ground. The storm went a bit south (where some cities got up to a foot). Thanks boyz.