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      Tuesday, June 07, 2016


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08:34 AM - 06/07/2016

The topic: Walk talk

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Stuff we say on our morning walks...

Last night I saw the intruder kitty out front when I took some boxes out to the dumpster. I mentioned this to Brian last night and he said he hoped it stayed out there. I told the kitty (I had no idea if he was still around) to stay in the entry way to stay safe (there's a gate on it).

On our walk this morning, I asked Brian if he'd heard the cat during the night. He said he thought he had but wasn't sure. Which made me think of something.

"Sometimes when I think I hear a cat at night, it's really just me breathing" I said. "The stuff that's in my nose makes weird noises when I breathe. Sometimes I listen and it's not my nose, but yours".

And he said "last night you made a sound so loud that it woke me up and the cats were all staring at you". Well, what was it? Was I snoring? Had I stopped breathing and finally remembered to breathe? Was I having a nightmare? He didn't know, he didn't even look at me, just listened then went back to sleep.

Now he has me wondering. Was it one of those weird ass dreams I have and I was shouting out a warning?

I'll never know.

sleepey-smile
 


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