Icicles and Fangs.

We’re meant to be getting hit with some major snow tomorrow, which I am sure that y’all probably find to be Just Fascinating.  Personally, I’m living in denial because I refuse to believe that we could get something on the order of another half-foot.

Anyway, we’ve had some really terrifying icicles for the last month or two and I’ve been meaning to take snaps of them forever.

Finally.

Usually this sort of thing isn’t noteworthy, but I think we can all agree this is Different.

Our house.

House Icicles 1

The house on the hill.

House Icicles 2

How ominous, I know.  You can’t make this stuff up.

Snowstorm NOT included, I am so thrilled that it’s finally March.  It’s not spring just yet, but we are so (SO) close.

For a bit of sunshine, some snaps of Spot.  Which, if you follow me on Instagram, you’ve already seen.  Mom and Dad were on a cruise last week so Spot and I got to log some quality time.

Translation: LOTS of purrs.

After spending the first 5-7 years of his life thwarting any and all photography, he is finally given to cooperation every now and then.  So I take far more pictures than I should when the opportunity strikes.

Yes, I realize that some of them look pretty much…the same.  There are only so many poses one can strike when you’re sitting on a lap.

Spot 6 Spot 1 Spot 2 Spot 3 Spot 4 Spot 5

The couch is kind of our place.  You see, it’s best for everyone involved if you pick a comfortable place to sit while your varmint tries his hardest to cut off the blood supply to your legs.

This is the price we pay for love.

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2 responses to “Icicles and Fangs.

  1. Kat, I just love you. Wow, those icicles are very noteworthy. That is amazing. I was so happy to hear from you. I really want to meet you. You are like no other, seriously. No other in an amazing way that is. 🙂 Glad you have your cat for some love. Happy week,

    SHauna xoxoxxo

  2. Wow does that bring back memories of Upstate New York. We do not have them in Tennessee or the snow…do not miss getting the snow off of the flat roof or the icicles as I gaze out the window and watch the robins and cardinals in my yard next to the daffodils that are in bloom…they will be flying to you soon enough and then we will be filled with humming birds.

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