September 13th, 2007

momcat loves me *

So, Roswell and I were sitting out in the back yard this morning around 6:30 or so watching the sun come up and enjoying breakfast when Momcat walked out the back door. I've always had an open door policy with her because I just want her to be happy, she could always leave when she wanted, but she'd never taken advantage of the opportunity to go. She looked nervously at me, and out at the yard and I felt a twinge of deep sadness that I hadn't been able to make her life a happy one, that she's still afraid and feels unloved.

"Are you leaving me baby?" I asked.

She looked over and me, then back into the yard for a long time and then ran back into the house.

Roswell rolled around in the dirt on her back. She was like a fithy sausage when I finally picked her up and brought her back in. So many flowers left unchewed.

* not really
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I did a great radio interview with a show called "Call to Rights" in Arizona, the host, Steve Kates (yes, the astronomer Steve Kates you telescope geeks), preceeded every other sentence with "Everybody listening to this show must buy this book."

And since we're on the subject, here's a photo of our galaxy that I took on the Armed America trip. Navajo nation, 1:00 a.m. or there abouts. not a light nor a person for miles.

about a 5 second exposure. 400 asa. d200 50mm f 1.8.

i think.
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"We want to make sure you are prepared for any crisis situation
that might come along in your daily life which may include having your
face eaten by the formerly deceased."

Zombie Squad people, you gotta love them.
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