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It was a bit cloudy this morning. Not really dim, but the sun wasn’t fully out, sort of an extended dawn gray. Husband and I were sitting in our recliners enjoying coffee (husband) and chocolate milk (me). The living room window looks out over the yard, and there was Leo sitting in the grass at the end of the yard in front of the juniper tree.

Husband says, “There’s Junior just sitting in the grass.”
Me: “That’s Leo.”
Husband: “No, that’s Junior. Wait until he turns his face. I thought it was Leo at first too.”
Me, watching the cat: “No, that’s Leo. Look, he just turned this way.”
Husband: “It’s Junior! Clearly!”
I switch out my glasses to the ones that work better for further distance: “It’s Leo!” As I turn my head, I catch a flash of movement.
Husband: “It is not!”
Me turning head: “Oh, you mean the cat that is almost behind the tree blocking my view?”
Husband: “Of course I mean Junior.”
Me, leaning back out of his way a bit. “Look over by that other tree. That’s Leo.”
Husband starts laughing. “Yes, yes, it is.”

It would help if we were looking at the same cat!!!

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Posted: July 17, 2017

3 Comments

  1. Those red cats’ll get ya every time ;>). Give the boys a skritch from me.

    Comment by Dee/dragons3 — July 17, 2017 @ 2:51 pm

  2. The cats get us on a lot of things all the time!

    Comment by Maria — July 17, 2017 @ 5:20 pm

  3. It’s like twins switching places.

    Comment by Margaret Lake — July 18, 2017 @ 7:09 pm

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