Anyway, I did in fact get a new digital camera for Christmas, so I thought I'd share some photos with you. We got a white Christmas here in Georgia--first one in the metro-Atlanta area since 1883.
Oh, and the kittens? Yeah, none of that "punishment" I was hoping for happened. They took over the house immediately, cowing both the adult cats with one spare glance.
First off--this is the painting I did, which I mentioned in my post last week. Everyone was very amused and pleased, which is exactly what I intended. (For the record, I'm the one hugging the cat in the bottom left)
Mack is mourning the loss of the great mountain of presents.
This is Herbie the Munchkin cat. I rescued him from the shelter where I used to work about a year and a half ago. He's the sweetest boy ever, but our kittens were terrified of him.
This is Roo, the other adult cat. This is pretty much her typical expression.
Starting to snow!
Nathan (bro-in-law) and Kozue getting some video of the snow.
Morning after Christmas. We got about an inch and a half?
Being the awesome kitty-mom that I am, I harnessed up Mack for a winter wonderland adventure. He loved it and didn't want to come inside, even when he was shivering from the cold.
And finally I'll leave you with this utterly goofy recording of me narrating the snowfall...
I hope everyone had a wonderful holiday time. I heard that only 4 states in the continental US didn't have snow, which is pretty amazing.
Also hoping that this sickness doesn't come your way...
Have a wonderful New Year's Eve, and I'll be seeing you on Saturday, my one-year-blogiversary.