This is Bastet (left) and Momo. The photo of these beautiful kitties was sent in by Erin H. Thanks Erin! They appear to be observing the great outdoors. If you want your cat’s picture featured in my next Friday with Friends, just send a photo of your cat(s)’ with his/her name(s) to me at Archimedesthecatblog@yahoo.com by Thursday.
I was home by myself for a few hours recently. As you know, if you’ve read my “About” page, I am quite inquisitive. I am also persistent. My family won’t give me Pop Tarts, no matter hard I beg. So, when I found this box of Pop Tarts on the counter in the kitchen, I dragged the box onto my climbing tree. I was just about to rip into the box when someone returned home, caught me in the act, and snapped my picture. (I ripped into the box any way.)
Our grocery delivery man said that Pop Tarts aren’t good. But, then I heard that Taylor Swift likes Pop Tarts. She’s a cat lover. So, I’m more likely to believe her than the grocery delivery man.
What do you think? Do you like Pop Tarts?
Today, I put out an invitation for my readers to share their Valentine’s Day/love poems. Below are the poem that were submitted. Bravo!
Oh, spilt milk?
I’ll take care of the splatter!!
The poem above was submitted by Erin C.
This is a really fun poem, and sweet, too. Thanks so much for sharing, Erin.
The days are short,
The Sun sinks fast,
Hopefully, this weather won’t last.
My nose is cold,
The world is too.
(Everyone except for you).
Because of you, the world is fine,
Just as long as you are mine!
Submitted by Alexis C.
This is a heart warming poem. Even with my Maine coon fur, I will be glad when the cold weather is over, too. Thanks very much for sharing, Alexis
With today being Valentine’s Day, it reminds me of a recent conversation that I overheard. I was listening to a young lady who was discussing what she thought her “first love” might be like. The message I’d like to pass on to her (and others): “Don’t forget to fall in love with yourself first.”