Sunday, June 10, 2007

Sunday Photo Blogging


Sorry things have been quiet for a bit. My temp job ended on Tuesday, and while technically that should have enabled me to blog more, I haven't gotten around to it. I had another interview on Wednesday that went well, but the person I interviewed with (amicably) agreed with me by the end of our hour together that it wasn't going to be a good fit. It looks like there is another interview in the works for next week. Let's hope something comes up; my savings won't last very long if I'm not even temping. Also it would be nice to buy some furniture.

Still, it's been nice to have the time just to enjoy my new home. The cats particularly enjoy the strategically placed bird feeder right outside the living room.


Most of the time one can find Rocky and Starbuck on this window sill, talking to the red-headed finches that come through.

There was a line for today's Sunday brunch.


"Grandma" got the cats one of those tree things as a 'Welcome to Oregon' present, and it was a raging success. Here's Rocky...err, hanging out, I guess you could say.


Look out, Starbuck!

We had another awesome sunset this week.


Look at that blue sky and those gorgeous trees! That is a big part of why I moved out here. And of course, that warm sunlight on a windowsill makes for a great nap spot.

5 comments:

Don Camillo said...

Dear Andy,
Just a message from a reader of your blog via Dappled Things, to keep your chin up. You will be remembered in my breviary office in the coming days. Your blog is very interesting, and my two cats Bruno and Chelsea send house warming greetings to your two.

Brechi said...

What cute birds you have outside. That would be so relaxing to watch.

kr said...

Gotta get one of those cat trees. Looks like Rocky and Starbuck's grandma bought them a cool tree :).

Boy, wouldn't it be nice to be able to stretch out on a warm ledge that way? Mmmmmm ...

Jess said...

Those look like some happy cats!

Jade said...

I'm not a cat person, but your cats are awfully cute. :) That's a good birdfeeder you've got, but watch for squirrels, they'll eat through the plastic perches to get the seed to pour out all over the ground.