Oh so cute! :)
... and oh so true. Whatever will we watch on TV now?!?
You know I was thinking the same thing, I have to tell you I feel like the cat. lol Take care.
What a cute kitty!! Great shot! Yes it was exciting and I am exhausted too!! HugsSueAnn
I wold be exhausted too! Now I have to find somethings else to be excited about! (cute kitty!)
Kitty's obviously choosing his own TV programme!Hope you had a wonderful, if exhausting time!
I think it's time for a little cat nap! ;)
Thank goodness we can relax now and get a break form all this watching my eyes are over tired.
I'm exhausted and I didn't even watch.
Gorgeous, cutest little thing.Nuts in May
Me too. Congrats Canada for putting on a great Games, for winning so many golds and other medals and for nearly giving me a heart attack on the way towards winning ice hockey gold.
Cute photo...congrats to Canada for a most glorious Olympics and for winning the hocky gold!
Very cute, couldn't you just pick that kitty up and give it the biggest cuddle.CJ xx
I'm always exhausted, but that's because I get up too early.
oh wow! that's such an adorable kitty! this picture is great!
Cute kitty. Someone told me the Olympics are over - is that what you mean?
I wish I looked as adorable as this kitty when I'm that tired!Once I figured out which events were shown on which of the 9 channels, it got easier.but now I have time to get myself to the gym...I was having minor palpitations myself, Lone Grey Squirrel, even though I really thought that game was highly overrated in importance...You are very kind Sistertex ;)and Secret Agent Woman, having been thoroughly ensconced in the 24 hour coverage, I cannot believe you even have to ask!!
What a gorgeous kitty. Wouldn't it be wonderful to be that relaxed?The Olympics were a hoot, even though it appeared that some Canadians didn't appreciate them, sadly. We had fun here in Vancouver. The last game was so important because if Canada won the gold (which it did) it meant it broke the record for the number of gold medals won -- ever -- by a country in the Winter Olympics. To me, however, watching hockey is just slightly more interesting than watching paint dry. :-)
I'm glad you enjoyed having the Games in your city, Jo. There will likely be a bit of a let-down feeling that the Paralympics won't help dispel (sadly).I understand about the importance of the gold medal game, though I still think the frenzied attention placed on hockey overshadowed some of the other events. They do, afterall, have the Stanley Cup.
Only got to read it in the newspapers.I suppose the cute kitty can take over the remote now :-)
Ahhhh. What a cutie. Just out of curiosity is it a male cat...? You know hogging the remote...?
What an adorable QT and perfect Monday post! I could use a bit of relaxation myself about now. As for comments ... like you I tend to mark the box for follow up comments in email (when it's available) so it's easy to get behind.Hugs and blessings,
LOLOL! Great pic, congrats on the gold, but at least we gave you a run for your money...
I suppose, the winter games aren't as popular in India, Anil, as here. We now have the regular season hockey games being called in Punjabi on a muulticultural station that has become quite a success.A collective heart attack, more like, Mr Nighttime.I don't know, Lena, I tend to hog the remote.
Hi Violetis that your little kitty Violet? He is so sweet...Happy days
...This is how I feel at the end of baseball season too...after having a ball game on most evenings for months suddenly there is nothing!...Guess what starts soon? Spring training:)I loved watching the Olympics too...and congrats to Canada!xo
Adorable! What part of the Olympics did he like best?
Thanks, Oliag!He was quite taken with the snowboard cross, Lew. And he shed a few tears during the figure skating.He's not mine, Delwyn, just a cute pic I found on the 'net.
I watched exactly 0 minutes of the Olympics this year.
It might have been hard to escape, , were you living up here! but we all have out own interests.
I LOVE this photo! Soooo cute...and playful!
Let me guess, your cat is watching its favorite soap?Cheers,jj
This cuteness could not be wasted, Teachers Pet. And now that the Olympics are over, Joanna, he's back to the soaps, but they don't seem as dramatic somehow.
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