Madi and Mom

Madi and Mom
Down Home in NC

Sunday, September 30, 2012

EASY LIKE SUNDAY and Storks


These pictures were taken about 5  hours apart on September 29th.
#1 at about 10 am...our house faces North...
we never have sun directly in front.  
#2.  At about 2:30 or 3PM the sun is in the Western sky.   
We get pretty strong afternoon sun on the side of the house.
You can see the sun reflection in the picture above the bed.
MOL the only thing I did in all those hours was turn around
I WAS DEFINITELY IN MY
EASY ON SUNDAY MODE
BREAKING NEWS 
OMCs we have a new munchkin in our
neighborhood.  
This gigantic stork appeared in the front yard across the street from us...
Welcome to the 'hood
Mollie born September 27, 2012

28 comments:

  1. Aw, welcome Mollie!! I love the scenes with the sun. No reason to move around for the day, you just stay put! BOL!

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  2. I see you have been taking lessons from me about sleepin'. Ya gotta move just enough.
    Blessings,
    Goose
    Oh you asked if I have a brother. Well I guess I do, but I have not seen them since I was 10 weeks old.

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  3. That must have been a good nap you took. Did you get the reply to your email I sent yesterday afternoon with the pictures attached?

    Cindy

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  4. Great snoopervision job, Madi! That stork might have made off if you hadn't been on the job. We hopes this Sunday brings you lots of easy sunpuddles, snoozin and snuggles. ((HUGS)) from YOUR BFFF and most ardent admirer, Prancer PIe.

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  5. Hehehehe...I love watching cats sleep. I love your kind of Sundays. And you definitely have the best spot in the house!

    Happy Sunday. Kisses!!!!

    Sankissjuice

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  6. Now that's what we call a proper nap, once over easy and a floppy bunny to stand guard.
    Welcome Mollie!
    We are assuming that the munchkin is of the hooman variety and not a Munchkin kitten, although that would be cause for celebration too. MOL!

    Kitty Kisses,
    Cindi Lou & The Kitty Krew

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  7. Wow that is some big stalk Madi! Have a super Sunday and don't strain yourself turning round pal. Take it easy.
    Best wishes Molly

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  8. now that is a BIG stork... you and baby must be distant cousins, she sleeps for 5 hours easy and the only way we know she is alive, is a position move like yours.

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  9. Well that is so exciting to have a new munchkin in the hood plus a stork to tell you the news. That is terrific. Hope all of you have a super Sunday.

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  10. This is so typical of royalty!!! And you are dear Diva.
    Also, love your dodgy photos below....your tummy looks a lot like Tahoe's.

    LOL

    Enjoy your vacaTION [I don't use the word vacay...sounds too 'yuppie' for me...and that I'm definitely not...more a hick from hicksville, and I don't know what term we hicks use. LOL]

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  11. OMD now THAT was a POWER Nap fur SURE.
    You have a STORK in your NEIGHBORHOOD??? You should try LIVING with one.. Ernie's LEGS are sooooo long that I (Frankie Furter) call him the STORK DORK.

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  12. Haha! Well, at least you moved around a little, Madi!!

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  13. I just sent another email. This time instead of attached images I put links to the pictures that I uploaded to my blog. Let me know if you get the email.

    Thanks,

    Cindy

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  14. Oh boy, a new neighbor to do barkings at! I mean... oh wait, you is a catses. Maybe you can spray in her front yard or something. Also, your Sunday looks a lot like mine! Good job on the turning around.

    love,
    Reuben

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  15. Oh, you always look so comfy sleepin' on the bed with your bunny!
    That is one BIG stork!! Welcome little one!

    Kisses,

    Ruby

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  16. You look so content, Madi. Love it. Cute stork!

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  17. we are so jealous that you get to be on the bed and we don't,Madi. Bet it is super comfy. Welcome to the new munchkin - a very happy day for her family.


    Woos - Phantom, Thunder, Ciara, and Lightning

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  18. No point in moving any more than you have to Madi. We hope your mom and dad have a lovely break. We will be in lock up from Thursday for nearly 3 weeks.

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  19. All rainy here today ... napping would have been a perfect day! Lucky you, Madi!

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  20. You do know that stork stuff is just a story right? :)

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  21. Stork visits are always exciting.
    Don't listen to JackDaddy... storks are definitely true.

    Shelle, Milo, Dixie and Newby,
    http://simpaticodreams.blogspot.com/

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  22. Madi...hates to say it, butt me do da same ting every day.....sleep wit only 1 or 2 turns. BOL

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  23. It wasn't a lazy sunday. You were slow cooking and had to turn for proper even'ness. right?

    Congratulations to your neighborhood for having a new little one to watch grow up. ;) Life's little blessings.

    XoXo's,
    Sarah & the Weens
    http://doxiejibberish.blogspot.com/

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  24. Madi that is top notch Easyisness when you teach napping 102 next semester you should defiantly include this technique of the mid-day nap for the students its a purrfect lesson for the more advanced kits.
    Hugs and purrs
    Willow

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  25. That must be one of your favorite nappy places Madi.

    Congrats to your neighbors.

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  26. Madi, you live a Diva life with all of the comforts you have.
    I was thinking about your sun puddles as I kept warm in the lighthouse next to the window!lol

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MADI AND Mom
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