A picture, instead of a thousand words

June 2010

Like any respectable, young professionals accustomed to dorm-then-apartment living, we’ve decided to move again.  However, like any respectable, young married couple, we’re liquidating our meager savings and buying a house.

No more city living– or near-city living– for us.  No!  We’re moving to the suburban (read: unfashionable) end of a cool NoVA city with a big fenced yard and not a lot of commercial traffic.

And so, while we question why we have so many books and we fight over who is going to get the walk-in closet, I bring you a small photo-spread of Pupper and Athena as they begin to settle into their new digs.

Athena can matrix herself up onto any surface.  It’s not unusual to see her peering down from the fridge, the top of a bookcase or from behind the television.  But once she’s spotted, she either makes a break for it:

melting kitty

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

or plays the “if I can’t see you, you can’t see me” game:

hiding

Zozo, on the other hand, has found his way onto the couch, which is his new command center while we bustle around with boxes.  From here, he can see everyone.  Everything.

Don't let this picture fool you.  He may look compact, but Zo's tucked his 75lbs into a little, furry ball.

Don’t let this picture fool you. He may look compact, but Zo’s tucked his 75lbs into a little, furry ball.

 

Or nap.  Mostly nap.    rest

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One thought on “A picture, instead of a thousand words

  1. Woof! Woof! I’m familiar about moving. Golden Hello saw you at PBU. Love the names. Lots of Golden Woofs, Sugar

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