Harley is normally the more well-behaved cat. But I watched in amazement as he carefully crawled behind those books in the living room, right in front of my face. I pray to God that Milo wasn't watching because he loves to do everything his big brother does. However, Harley pretending to be a book made me laugh, so Johnny snapped a quick photo for y'all to see.
Now I'm off to the dentist for a teeth-cleaning. I loathe dental appointments for any reason, but it'll be nice to have clean teeth. Besides, the hygienist is a calm, patient woman with a
* Update - no dental trauma whatsoever, praise be to God! We celebrated at Phoenicia Deli; I had chicken shawarma and hummus (there's leftover shawarma to put on salad greens tonight). Then on to Whole Foods for a few groceries, including a blood orange. Then the bookstore. I sipped Tazo Zen green tea and jotted down a book title which sounds promising: The Well and the Mine by Gin Phillips. It's bad that I consider Dancing with the Stars to be the end of a very good day, huh?