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Safe and sound

After driving since 2 PM yesterday, I arrived back home safely at about 9:45 this morning. I did catch several hours of sleep at a rest stop south of Redding, and woke in time to see the sun rise over the horizon. Kind of pretty. I'm going back to sleep now, though, now that I can crash in my own bed. My cat Cisco seems very happy to see me back.


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Dec. 27th, 2003 12:11 pm (UTC)
J00 Cwazy! Drive all night like crazyperson! :)

Glad you're safe. And yes, Cisco is utterly glad to have you back. He's spent the entire week jonesing for his Revar fix, and 'making do' by curling up on my bed instead, attacking my feet at 4am or so. I'm glad you're back to fill that role. :)
Dec. 28th, 2003 12:56 pm (UTC)
Welcome back, hope your Christmas was good! And courtesy of Cisco, a Happy Mew Purr to you. ('gryn)
Dec. 31st, 2003 06:08 am (UTC)
My cat is curious. He has this tendency to seek out, and lay RIGHT on your face when you sleep. All 20 pounds of him. I think it is his subtle way of killing me and making it look like an accident. <.< >.> He stopped, fortunately, when I suddenly lurched forward violently and cat-a-pulted him into the laundry hamper once or 16 times. ;P
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