|My Patty Oh, from this morning|
Now, you'd think that I named him Patrick O'Malley because of St. Patrick's Day, but you would be wrong. With his green eyes, fur the multifaceted colors of a pint of Guinness Stout, and his charming, lovable ways as if he'd kissed The Blarney Stone...well, a fine Irish name seemed appropriate. The Hubby was calling him 'Tiger', but there is no doubt that O'Mallus (a nickname) is perfectly named!
Now for some news: I'm going on vacation! Well, some staycation, and then a visit with family. Some of this is cat and wildlife related!
|Bluebelles from our front garden, taken in 2016|
Chuck's follow-up veterinary visit in the morning, and then a drive to the Detroit Institute of Arts to see Kedi Film at the Detroit Film Theatre. Here is a blurb about the movie:
"Hundreds of thousands of Turkish cats roam the metropolis of Istanbul freely. For thousands of years they’ve wandered in and out of people’s lives, becoming an essential part of the communities that make the city so rich. Claiming no owners, the cats of Istanbul live between two worlds, neither wild nor tame — and they bring joy and purpose to those people they choose to adopt. In Istanbul, cats are the mirrors to the people, allowing them to reflect on their lives in ways nothing else could."
"Books and Cats and Other Stuff Too" at Catfe Lounge in Ferndale, Michigan.
The First Day Of Spring!
And my birthday; gonna hang with The Hubby and let him spoil me...hehehe! Which will include: thrift shopping, lunch at The Pita Cafe, and some quiet time with Angel and Chuck, and Patty and Sweetie.
My friend BG and I are traveling to Kensington Metropark Nature Center and Howell Nature Center to commune with Mother Nature, and maybe take a few snaps of her bird, tree, and critter children.
My first manicure & pedicure, plus an hour massage! YUM!
A trip to John K. King Used and Rare Books in Detroit, and maybe to their Ferndale location, where they have an office cat, I've heard.
Friday through Sunday:
Fly to Georgia to rendezvous with family for a 50th wedding celebration. I haven't seen many folks from my father's family since his passing in 2004, and am looking forward to connecting again with everyone!
Therefore, my blogging may be sparse next week.
Wishing you all a Happy St. Patrick's Day,
and Vernal Equinox 2017!
|Patty O'Malley in 2014, before TNR|