Monday, November 24, 2008

Royce knew Thunder Paws; he knew him well

As you all know, this is Royce, but what you have no way of knowing if I do not tell you is that I took this particular photo in the wee hours of this morning, right after I returned home from Fairbanks. 

By wee hours, I mean a bit after midnight. Although I truly did take this photo early this morning, in just five minutes from now I will have taken this photo yesterday. And so, tomorrow, now four minutes from now, anyone refering to this photo would likely say that it had been taken last night - although truly, I took it this morning.

Tonight, I had intended to tell the story of how Thunder Paws, the thinking cat, the second of the original Kracker felines, came to live with us. But it is late and I don't have the energy right now.

So, instead, I present this photo of Royce, who knew Thunder Paws well. 

Tomorrow night, I will tell the story of Thunder Paws.

Well, what do you know... the clock has passed midnight, once again. I did not take the above picture early this morning, as stated, but yesterday morning.

I no longer plan to tell the the story of Thunder Paws tomorrow night, but rather tonight. First, though I will try to get a good night's sleep and then put in a full day.

I kind of like having the picture of Kaboodle as the big picture, so I will leave it there until I post the Paws story. Royce has had, and will have, many opportunities to be in the big picture.

6 comments:

michico*Adan said...

I am looking forward the story.
However,
It seems you are very tired, and I am concerning as well.
Be good night sleep, ok?

Eric and Flynn said...

Hmm this is confusing because when you were in yesterday, we were in today, and when we get to tomorrow you will still be here today.This is to much for furry kitty minds to think about.

Parker said...

Royce whenever it is in Alaska, you are one handsome dude!

Team Tabby said...

Royce is furry handsome indeed. We are looking forward to Thunder Paws story tonight er, since we are several time zones away, maybe tomorrow, ha,ha. Have a good day.

Mindy, Moe, Bono

The Meezers said...

::scratching head:: - um, I can't tell time anyway, but I'm 'afused.

Hi Royce

Grahamn Kracker said...

michico*adan - This is a very nice sentiment that you have expressed. It is true. I am tired and exhausted so much these days. I think it is because since my injury, five-and-a-half months ago now, I have not had a single night that I got a truly good sleep (not counting those drug induced sleeps that followed the surgeries).

I am much, much, better now, and I actually do sleep, but it is a continually interrupted sleep. It will continue to get better and better until one day I will wake up to find that I am merely tired, rather than exhausted.

Eric and Flynn: Your furry minds have outdone mine.

Parker: Royce agrees.

TT: From my time zone to yours...

Meezers: I am certain that in your presence, time is languid, and just melts away.