Monday, August 1, 2016

The Inconsistencies of Humans

         O.K. I admit it.
I've been slacking so much that my blog should
change its name to Month by Month with Winchester Feline.

Here's what happened:
Daddy had to go away on a work trip again.
He's been gone for-e-ver.
Mom assures me that he'll be back soon.
In the meantime he's turned into Computer Daddy.
He talks to me, but I can't smell him.
Which, in my world, means he's not there.

Monday Aunt and Uncle came over on some night that wasn't Monday.
(What's up with that, humans? Don't mess with my routine!)
We all went downtown.
Now, I've been downtown in the car, but I've never gotten out...
...until now.

I got to look into all kinds of shops.
They all seemed to be closed.
I guess the only places that were open were the types
of places that don't allow cats.
Which is fine, 'cause I wouldn't like them anyway!

At least there was a nice full moon by which to enjoy the night.

Also, I got to enjoy a bit of a nighttime car ride.
Monday Uncle doesn't drive around especially for me like Daddy does.
He just drives straight home.
Which, I guess, is fine.

In other news, the office is still changing day by day.

I liked having my chairs by the window, but Mom tells me
they're not there anymore.
Again, humans!  Stop messing with things!

This is me leaving the office:

I try to tell Mom that I don't want to go back until the crazy 
humans are done upsetting my world, but she keeps taking me in there.

I suppose it's good for me to keep an eye on their progress.

Mom did manage to take me out for a nice long nighttime recon.

I was able to take the time to rub my scent all over the sidewalks
in strategic places.

Of course, while checking out the neighborhood,
it's also important to keep an eye on one's human.

Since Daddy's been away, I've taken up residence in the recliner.
I sit there when the day is too hot and I haven't fully committed to going outside.
I also sit there when the day is done.
So I'll finish this post with a brief montage of me in MY chair:

That's right.
I'm king of all I survey.