The king rests


 

Soft and furry

and no where to be.

I can lay around

and just be me.

 

I rest in content

with blissful glory.

And in my head

there plays a story.

 

I’m a tiger, a lion,

a fierce feared cat.

But in reality

I’m getting a little fat.

 

But that’s ok

cuz I’m getting old.

And what  really matters

is the reality I’m told.

 

They tell me I am fierce,

the king of my lands.

So I sit so regally

with an attitude so grand.

 

I am Simba, the king,

guarding all in my keep.

But for now I think…

I will just get some regal sleep.

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For Sally D’s Mobile Photography Challenge ~ Black and White.

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Lazy Sunday


It’s Sunday and raining, and the day after running a half marathon that I should have prepared a little bit more for. Ok, I should have prepared A LOT more for. In other words, it is a perfect day to be lazy.

So outside of dragging my butt to church to say thank you for all that I am blessed with, I intend to be just that – lazy.

And in case I forgot how to do that, Simba, my adorable orange tabby, has displayed me the most glamorous lazy I could imagine. Not sure I can meet this Glamor Shot example, but bravo Simba, bravo.

I will try to follow your lead kitty:)

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It has been awhile since I did either of these challenges, so today, because Simba looks so dang adorable, I am doing them both. (Yes, I may be biased, but the first step is admitting it.)

For Katzenworld’s Tummy Rub Tuesday Challenge.

To see their Week 66 of the challenge, click here.

To add your own awesome cat, click here.

and

Hope the Happy Hugger’s

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Home Inspection


Since I moved, Simba has been sequestered. He had throughly checked out the inside of the house by every inch. But low and behold, he is now allowed outside. His first day outside, he only stayed out for about an hour. Baby steps Simba, good idea.

But then day two came about.

This day, he disappeared without a trace and did not return for hours. Dark came and still, no Simba.

I was starting to worry at sunset and called and called his name. But no Simba. He had things to do I suppose. I mean it is a new neighborhood to investigate after all.

Thankfully, Simba did return home and without injuries. Phew!

So in honor of Simba adjusting to a new neighborhood and house, I thought I would share a few pictures from his first day out and some of his fun around the house.

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May your Saturday be full of adventures too. Laid back adventure or all out fun? It’s your day, so it’s your choice. Either way, I hope enjoy it. Happy Weekly Pet Share!

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