Lil Miss π often kindly helps me play video games. Here she is enjoying Castlevania with me:
There’s this one little bun that lives in our back yard. As far as I can tell, it’s just the one; I haven’t seen multiple buns in the grass this year at all. Where is its family? Who knows? Anyway, it’s soOoOo cute, and I love to see it out there eating grass and stuff. It’s hard to get a good picture of from way inside the house, though.
I decided to name it Star Girl. Mom thinks that’s a stupid name for it, but I remember how Star Girl sacrificed herself at the Battle of London and think a cute bun deserves such an excellent name!!
Once I looked over and saw a perfectly framed cuddle of sweetness going on:
Beeko is the cutest dog evar. Sometimes he makes a tight bean formation, thus:
Brother and I made a day trip to Denver. We visited the Container Store, which is a place I love, but he didn’t want to go to IKEA. We ate lunch at The Cheesecake Factory. It was delicious, but I got sunburned in the outdoor seating. We wandered through the American Girl store and admired their really good role model dolls and deplored their prices. Then we were going to the Museum of Contemporary Art, but we discovered they’re closed on Mondays. So we went to the aquarium, which is another place I love. If I’d known, though, I would have worn one of my shark dresses. Anyway, I made a video of this fish that circled his tank endlessly looking busy and important:
Then I took some selfies with some other fish. It was like Jules Verne all up in this place!
Oh, and I think I’ve mentioned before that the Denver Aquarium has tigers for some reason.
That made me really want to go to the zoo.
OK, so there was this absolutely gorgeous cat at work. He was white and cream with flame-colored ears; I’d never seen anything like it. I tried to get a video of him that would show just how beautiful he was:
That didn’t really give a good impression, but at that moment a co-worker walked in and volunteered to help me get some pictures. So here are way more pictures than you need of this gorgeous cat:
That same day, a feral was brought in that was about the same age Piper was when she was brought in as a feral. Just like Piper, I could simply pick her up with my bare hands and needed no special equipment to handle her. This breaks my heart, because now this incredibly sweet little kitten that’s not old enough to have learned how to be properly feral will be released back out into the feral community, and who knows whether or not she’ll survive? I wish I could save them alls.
Again that same day, I took this selfie… I think because I thought my hair was cute that day? I forget.
I went through a McDonald’s drive-thru and saw this traffic item nearby. I kinda liked the graffiti on it, so I took a picture.
It’s hard to get a picture of all of us cuddling in bed.
I need a selfie stick.
Oh my gosh this cat at work:
I tucked him in because he seemed cold (he had a lion cut for summer), and I gave him his comfort raccoon to cuddle, and he stayed that way for hours. It was so freaking adorable, I can’t even.