1.21.2009

Sunshine

::Music Implied::
Sunshine to the left of me,
Sunshine to the right,
Here I am,
Stuck in the middle in shade...
Mommy wondered why I sat in the only shady spot outside yesterday - till I reminded her that I usually come outside when it's hot and these stones get hot enough to burn my spot 13. A grannycat can never be to careful.

15 comments:

  1. What a sweet picture of you, Fin! Stones (and rocks) *do get hot; I know!

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  2. Silly girl...choosing the shady spot in January!

    Pee Ess...my mom loves that song! Implied or actual!

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  3. Be thankful you're not at my house Fin. It's been over 100F here this week.

    Huffle Mawson

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  4. Nothing worse than a cold Spot 13 Fin.

    Wuudles

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  5. Hahahahaha! That is a fun picture of you, Fin. Good to see you today.
    Purrs, Siena

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  6. We love your photo! When we first saw the photo, we thought you were singing, the way your floof is curled up. As it is, you look ready to break out into melody:)

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  7. Fin, you gotta protect that Spot 13!

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  8. Can we come over and lay on those warm stones with you, Fin? We got snow everywhere!

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  9. i sometimes sleeps in the shade of the chair when i gets too hot. nice cool spot!

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  10. That's a great picture, sweet Fin. And a great song.
    Kiddo

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  11. Fin, you are smart! Nobuddy wants to have a burnt Spot #13!

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  12. That is very wise to protect your spot #13. No chance of us burning ours!

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  13. That's a great picture of you in that narrow bit of shead. I'll need all the shade this week as it is close to 100 deg most afternoons.

    Great song too - SS loves that song!

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  14. Hi everyone, Mom likes that song too although she could not remember too many more of the words.

    It was a bit cold on spot 13 but better than hot. In the summer you can literally fry an egg on these guys!

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  15. Fin, you are very wise to be cautious.

    Ms. P and Cinza

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