With summer coming, Caligula has been following the sun and napping late evening on the dining
room table. Last night she was still there when Ian was trying to set the table. Sean came
to the rescue, blowing his toy horn (a kazoo shaped like a bugle). I didn't get a chance
to get a picture but it made for a very funny scene. Caligula opened an eye and rolled onto
her back but otherwise didn't move. Sean tried again with his horn and she stretched her
front toes at him. So he put the horn down and tried hissing. She curled back up and pretended
to go to sleep! In the end she had to physically moved because she wasn't about to budge
on her own steam.
Sore Right Hip and Leg:
After a four hour can-can solo, Harriet has been snuggled down in my pelvis with her body
leaning against my right side. With all her weight against the bone, I've got sciatica. It
made sleeping difficult (especially when trying to roll over) and walking awkward. The pain
isn't unbearable; it's just annoying. I will be walking at my lunch break and hopefully that
will convince her to shift a little.
Classic Car Show:
Every six months or so the building just across from us in the alley at work hosts a classic
car show. Another one of these shows is happening tonight. Most of the cars shown are from
the 1950s and 1960s, cars which I wouldn't consider "classic" but I grew up with cars from
the first half of the 20th century. The show usually starts at five but the cars start to
arrive just as I'm leaving at four. If there are cars today when I'm heading to my car, I'll
take some photographs. Just don't expect me to label them correctly!