Rantings and Ravings and the Occasional Sane Comment of a priest blogging from the Global Center. I have a camera and I'm not afraid to use it! Now with Lovely Mona!!
I'll take a stab at lowerleft/east-west directed/gray thingie.Where are the troglodytes?I didn't even know there were any until today! I probably slept with a couple in the olden days/daze.I had a little chill of recognition.
ahhaha, the kitty is near the santa decoration 2/3 from the base, 1/3 from the top of the tree... exactly in the middle.All I can see are its two bright eyes, one ear and its nose.This cat really looks like mine.
I think the tree is decorated beautifully...but I'm sorry that I played this silly game in the first place and Luiz has discovered the cat and WON first "cat locater" prize...I looked very hard for that durn cat and I'm going to go stomp off and pout and never play cat finding games again...I should have known Luiz the younger and guapo would upstage me down there from Brazil (if that isn't a hard enough act to compete with)...come on, did anybody tell him where it was? Who told?Peace on the Global Center Earth (anyway)!Grumble Bells, Grumble Bells, Grumble all the way...oh what fun it is to be driven away by Akinolas swarmy powerplay!
Congratulations, Luiz, you get to spend the day in Rio and win the respect and admiration of your peers!Leonardo, don't be sad. Come on, you know how difficult it is for those of us over 40 to see anything that tiny! Dat cat got a small haid. And little beady eyes. Anyway, you'll probably win the "find the puppy" contest (whenever THAT happens).Nice Christmas carol!
A hint for others in the "over 40" category;Click on the pic. Enlarged, the silly feline seems ready to leap right out at you.
Well, I tried to leave a comment when there were none and I agreed with Luiz. Oh Jake, you are so clever. If this comment gets actually posted, no one will read it anyway, but I just had to try again!
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