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Wednesday, December 20, 2006

A Somewhat Blurry Marlowe

Marlowe discovers.... the OUTSIDE!! Here Meiko is teaching Marlowe the fine art of sitting in the windowsill and watching birds outside in the tree.

Meiko: If it moves, watch it like a hawk and squawk at it. Hawk n' Squawk.
Marlowe: Holy Crap, it's bigger than my HEAD!!

In other news, Dave and I spent last night having dinner with my sister and her boyfriend - they are visiting from Edinburgh. It was funny watching them fall asleep over dessert. They obviously adore each other, so cute!!

And check out this link to a newspaper article - the article itself is reasonably innocuous, but the comments people posted to it had me literally crying with laughter.


Blogger Lynne said...

Yay! Blogger will let me comment today!
Love the pigeon link. Someone(s) had a great deal of fun with that.
Congrats on the 12 years! Golly, how time flies when you are having fun :-D

7:20 AM  
Blogger Chris said...

Does Marlowe chitter at birds yet? May does. And at leaves. And at snowflakes.

I just glanced at a few of the pigeon comments, but they were great!

8:03 AM  
Anonymous Kirsten said...

Your Marlowe is so cute! One of our new kittens has all kinds of cute play noises which we delight in hearing. Unfortunately we don't have any good bird watching windows. Meiko looks to be a patient teacher. Our Cosmo is teaching our new guys the fine art of pawing at the water in the water bowl........sigh.

8:52 AM  
Anonymous Anne said...

Thanks for the pigeon link - fantastic!

10:06 AM  
Anonymous Sydney said...

The pigeon comments are just too funny! I hope Meiko has warned Malowe about getting so enthralled with bird watching that you forget about the glass. :)

8:34 AM  
Blogger The Knit Wit said...

Marlowe is too cute! I want a little furzy kitten!

Hehe you've got some creative comics there down under. That link was too funny.

1:14 AM  

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