Spanning 4 generations from the lady who introduced me to her household and placed in the high traffic
most-loved area in the dining hall, I have heard conversations, differences and whispers on world affairs
to traditions to hand-me-down secret recipes. There are many tales to tell - for the benefit of her grand
children and great grands.
23 February 2010
Beat It - the Heat
It rained heavily on Sunday evening with strong winds. EJ believes this was just convectional rain due to the intense heat in the morning and afternoon.
At home, the cats beat the heat their own way.
Captain Jack Sparrow HAWK preferred to lean against the grill nearest to the fan.
Tortie went inside the permanently-opened door cage to get the wind blast from all sides including from beneath him.
Tommy with ears pink from the heat slept on the small table top that received the direct fan blast.
Tanya was different. Much to EJ's exasperation, she preferred to rest on their specially-constructed toilet. Though without a fan in the catyard, with a tap above and the drainage pipe below, the tiles in their toilet are much cooler.
Without her front paws, Kenggy moves much slower than her roommates to get to prime spots so she usually just roll over, stick her forelimbs up and air her armpits.
These rainless hot days will end soon as Meteorogical Department reported that rain will come soon.