Whazzat?

You hear that?

The kittens were feeling frisky on Monday. They were frisky-ing around in the small hedge outside my office’s front window, rustling and bustling and occasionally hopping onto the ledge, then pouncing down into the shrubbery. Athena was perplexed.

Whodat?

She came in three or four times, sitting up so she could catch a glimpse of the conkittination going on outside.

(In case you are wondering, the box from the US Naval Institute is the full, paperback set of Samuel Elliot Morrison’s History of US Naval Operations in WWII. It was on sale last year. I’m up to volume three.)

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4 thoughts on “Whazzat?

  1. If you could capture and bottle whatever gives kittens (and puppies) all their energy, you could power the world for the rest of time.

    “the full, paperback set of Samuel Elliot Morrison’s History of US Naval Operations in WWII.”

    I bought that in hardcover back in 2001 or thereabouts, when a small publisher got the rights and reprinted it in a form so close to the original that the only way to tell the difference is to look at the date of printing. A magnificent work; it communicates the sheer scale of the Second World War in a way that few other books do. It’s the centerpiece of my WW2 library. An entire shelf all to itself.

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