I almost forgot Wildlife Wednesday this week!! So glad I remembered before the day was done…phew.
I realize I’ve already shown you pictures from my Christmas tree cutting-down adventures with my family, but I had to share my Boston Christmas tree as well!
It’s a good thing “Teddy” isn’t cute otherwise I would probably want one.
Thanks Gracie for the video!
While at home in upstate NY this past weekend, I went Christmas tree shopping with my family. Here are some pictures from our adventure!
This makes me reeeeeeaaaalllllyyyy want to snuggle. A kitten or a human or both.
Can you even? So comforting.
I have a hard time believing this video is real because I have a hard time believing space is real. Truth. I sometimes don’t believe in space or whales. Both are too gigantic to exist. How can it be??????
I am probably going to have to take a whale to space with me in order to truly grasp how the universe works.
Mike just sent me this picture, so I guess whales and space are, in fact, real.
PS- If you haven’t seen it yet, here is Marcel the Shell 2. Laughed until I cried.
Treats and snoozin’. Snoozin’ and treats.
So very sleeeepy. Zzzzzzzz.
Also had to share this photo I took the other day. Love the colors!
It may not be a typical Wildlife Wednesday, but I had to share this video. I’ve watched it approximately 75 times since my friend Kate posted it on Facebook yesterday. Makes me want to pack up and move to New York and never look back!
A Year in New York
PS- The song is “We Don’t Eat” by James Vincent McMorrow. Rapidly approaching #1 on my iTunes playlist.
Here are this year’s crop of roomie + Mike’s jack-o-lanterns: a cupcake, Cornell bear and/or Simba, an owl, and a witch! Can you guess who made the cupcake?
Meet Leo and Finn, teeny tiny fluffball kittens recently adopted by newlyweds Liz and Dave.
Leo showing off his dance moves.
Want to eat. kitten face.
I’ve got a kitten on my back and I ain’t afraid to show it, show it, show it… No? You heard different words?
Happy little family. Mew!
Last weekend Mike and I went apple picking at Honey Pot Hill in Stow, MA. Despite the dreary day, we managed to pick a bushel* of apples and brought them home to make apple crisp!
*Not entirely sure how much a bushel is, but if a bushel = heavy than that’s how many we picked.