It’s actually very pleasant to be awakened by soft paws gently patting you on the face…..I just wish they didn’t come so early in the morning.
I got out of bed and Felix bounded to the kitchen, anxious for his breakfast. I put some fresh kibble on top of yesterday’s kibble (we could feed another cat with what Felix doesn’t eat) and settled in to watch the British news….which, since we’ve returned from Holland, has focused almost exclusively on the wedding of William and Kate (which, I confess, is a guilty pleasure of mine…..I’ve watched most of the movies and documentaries and plan to watch the wedding tomorrow from start to finish……pass the bon-bons, please).
During breakfast, Craig and I discussed our plans for the next two months and sadly decided that extending our visas needed to take priority over touring Greece….so I spent the morning cancelling the reservations we had made. Dang, it’s hard being an adult.
Craig was working on the boat when I went down to tell him that Greece was officially off the calendar. We took a walk along the canal, saddened by the loss of the trip but excited about the opportunity it presented…..more time to explore this wondrous countryside we’re in…..Languedoc, here we come!
“A journey is like marriage. The certain way to be wrong is to think you control it.”……John Steinbeck