I'm surrounded by my kitties. Sookie on the couch next to me begging for attention. Sookie above me on the back on the couch resting from her surgery. Neither cat is leaving me alone this morning. They both want to be in whatever room I'm in and they're being extra needy- for cats. For my cats, my cats are usually independent unless they want food, water or petting.
It rained for a good part of last night, this morning around 6AM there was a good thunderstorm. I wished it had been later in the day, I enjoy reading during a thunderstorm, it reminds me of camp. THunderstorms in winter are kinda weird. Granted this isn't real winter it's 70 some odd degrees out side but it's December- so I'll rephrase and say Thunderstorms in December are weird. I opened the blinds to the balcony to led the dull light in and the cats and I have been enjoying the view ever since.
I watched a couple of episodes of Downton Abbey (love) and have been readying a Gillian Flynn book since I liked the first one I read of her's so much. It isn't as captivating as Gone Girl, but it'll do. The apartment is the perfect temperature, I can lounge in pajamas without being too hot or cold. From this angle I can see over the apartment complex and both my cats safely inside it. It's comforting. One of the first times since I've been here that I feel at home, relaxed. The cats are happy, I'm at least comfortable and things are going to be alright.
It's my last Sunday in Bryan before I head home for Christmas. I wont be back till the new year. I'm hoping several things will be different then. Least of all that I'll come back divorced. I like starting things new and fresh. I like making big changes in my life that are irreversible, I think they kinda force you to move forward.