It seems that Sebastian has found another heating vent. He sat here nicely as I took the photo. Usually when he sees the camera, he likes to run the other way. I guess he was nice and warm and did not want to move.
My father-in-law gave the hubs and I, a funny thoughtful gift. His and hers Snuggies. You see, when he was here helping us with rebuilding our garage, he said our house was a bit chilly. Gulp. We're terrible, we're frugal with our heat, we keep the thermostat at 63F. The hubs and I figure we can put on layers of clothing to keep warm instead of pumping the heat. It's expensive to heat our old 1901 house since it's so poorly insulated. Since there's only 2 of us that live here, we are fine with having the thermostat at a lower temperature. Evenmore so now that we have our very own Snuggie! Hopefully this will keep us warm.
Yaffa really likes the Snuggie too. She's been sleeping on it everyday.
When we were up visiting the family farm this winter, we saw cousin Minna. Minna is such a great cat, she has lots of personality. She especially loves to play on the clothes hanger rack. She loves to even sleep up there, how she balances herself on the little bars, I don't know. I think she loves the new fresh laundry.
Doesn't Sebastian look so relaxed? Mommy Yaffa behind him is grooming him. Sebastian is 5 years old, but I guess you are still a baby that needs a bath in his mommy's eyes. They are always grooming each other. It's way too cute.
Yesterday, I heard a big bang coming from our bedroom. When I went upstairs, I saw that my tall dresser drawers had fallen over. Apparently, one of the cats...ahem...Dante decided it would be fun to run at full speed and jump on top of the drawers, which gave it enough momentum to fall over. Unfortunately, my spare glasses were on top of the dresser. I was so worried about the little bugger, luckily the drawers did not fall on him, but he was awfully scared. He's still in big trouble though!
Novice urban gardener & beekeeper documenting my adventures in gardening in NYC. I garden by trial & error. My goal is to grow my own organic food, recycle & conserve.
I would love to do a seed exchange or plant exchange with other New Yorkers. Contact me if you are interested.