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Preparing for another week of biking

Sunday, June 12, 2011

I took the day off from biking yesterday and today to give my legs a rest. I did some housework today, and some core exercises. One of my neighbors was having a yard sale yesterday, and she was selling bookcases for $5 each, so I bought two, and a nice lateral filing cabinet for $10. This morning I was moving some books onto the new shelves. Guess who decided to put in an appearance? Right in the middle of what I was doing!



This normally aloof, self-sufficient creature sometimes follows us around the house. One of his favorite things to do is walk across my husband's keyboard when he's using it, or take a nap on top of the daily newspaper while my husband is trying to read it. He can be very territorial too. He recently bit me right out of the blue. The only thing I can think of is that I was sitting in the exact spot on the couch where he wanted to be napping.

Back to biking tomorrow!
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  • TIGGER622
    That is too cute!!! I missed a couple days of biking blogs here - been MIA lately... back to the grind for me this weekend - 10k tomorrow morning :) Have a great weekend!
    3501 days ago
  • SUZYMOBILE
    Well, obviously he's establishing his territory on that bookcase! Coolio sometimes gives me a possessive bite out of the blue--not hard, just a laying on of teeth!
    3504 days ago
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    What a beautiful cat. We can learn alot from him. He does what he wants, not what others think he should do. Very smart little guy.

    Good luck biking this week! I leave Wed am for the weirdest wedding of the century. I love what you said on my blog, and I am taking that to heart. I am just going to go and remember who I am, not who they (or my mom) want me to be!
    3506 days ago
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