Vivian’s View From Here: Window Cats

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Vivian K. Perry here, back for another guest blog on Jennifer’s Journal. I have new photos to share today!

We had snowy, blowy weather last night, which gave us pretty windows to look through when we woke up. As much as Maisie and I don’t like it when it gets too cold, sometimes snow can add an aesthetic appeal to our long winters.

The first pic shows some of Jennifer’s other cats.

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Now on to us real kitties…

img_2419-832x1280At first, I thought I would like it outdoors today.
img_2417-1280x941I quickly changed my mind.
img_2418-1271x946Maisie seems oblivious to my discomfort. (Please disregard the high-tech reading lamp)
img_2422-1280x574I am quickly let back inside, and then…
img_2427-1066x1280…the shoe is on the other paw!
img_2432Ha! Snow on her nose πŸ™‚
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Thanks for taking a look through the window on our world.
See you next time!

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How is your winter going?
Do you have snow where you live?

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39 thoughts on “Vivian’s View From Here: Window Cats

  1. Lovely! Maisie is adorable when she’s cold. Winter by me? You’ll be sorry you asked. Here in Naples, Florida its 78F and mostly sunny. πŸ–πŸŒ΄πŸŒ΄πŸŒ΄πŸŒΊOur first winter as snowbirds flying from the cold 🌨 in the northeast. Stay warm, y’all!

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    1. Thank you, Barbara, and thanks also for the retweet! The ocean is practically on our doorstep here, it’s true. Bonavista Bay is huge and offers little protection; we are exposed to all the elements. Our neighbour used to say Perry’s Point was the worst place to be during a winter storm and the best place in the world on a sunny summer day. I like it all year round.

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  2. Maisie looks so cute with snow on her nose! It is hot here in sunny FL. And I don’t like it. The humidity is what’s so bad, and now it is supposed to rain this weekend. I give up on our weather!
    You have the most beautiful view from your windows!

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      1. We are having an unusually warm January. Our a/c is on from about mid-May to Sept. For about 1 month in the spring and 1 in the fall, it is no a/c and no heat, which is wonderful. The winter humidity is not near as bad as the summer–but it still wrecks havoc on my hair!

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