Waking beauty : persistence pays

Dearest Odyssians,
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Odie, my hairless cat, practically gnawed my face off this morning until I woke up, at six am, and opened the window for him to bird watch. As part of what is fast becoming his new daily routine, I also have to cover his bald body with his fuzzy blanket just so, or else he’s too cold to sit in the ‘chill’ morning air.  Today’s artic temperature before sunrise: 65° Fahrenheit.

Did I ever mention I go to bed at four am? well, I go to sleep at four am. Every night. And now I’m up. Blogging. While odie watches birds flit past his screened-in perched.

No sleep for the odie mamas. I am glad he’s happy though. Bastard. Lovely, lovely bastard.

Hugs
O and om. ♡

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2 thoughts on “Waking beauty : persistence pays

    • Hi Lp.
      Yes, I agree. At the top of the mountain we can look back and see the journey that got us there and understand where we stumbled, but kept climbing.
      Hugs,
      O and om 🐈 🐱

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