You look so cute in that window! How lucky you are to have so much sun!
You look good in any window!
Glad you got to enjoy the sun as well.
Soak up that sunshine, Mickey!
That looks like such good sunshine Mickey.Huffle Mawson
My moonshine dearest...soaking in the sunshine is a wonderful way to spend the day. I am on the Motorola of course. It is so very brrrrr cold here but we do not have snow thank goodness. I am looking forward to February, one month closer to spring time. It also brings the sweetest month of love and Valentines romance...of course that has me thinking of you...All my love...your Sunshine XOXOXOX
Hi Mickey! You look like the king of your castle in that windowxoxo
I especially like your tail position in these photos, Mickey :)
Those are lovely photos.Simba and Jazzi
Yay for sunshine!!!Thanks so much for the purrs!
Hey Mickey, you look very happy and comfy in the sun! I hope you and your sisters have a very sunny adventuresome day :-)purrrs and snuggs
How are you doing for snow? Ours went north, but we are still supposed to get who nows how much.Roxy
u good looking devel you i fink iam in luv he he he MUS
That must feel great, Mickey -- snow and cold outside and you inside letting the sun warm your furs...(((hugs)))Ruis & Karl
yoo look so mads!
Nice. I wish some sun would come here. Our satellite dish is covered and I missed General Hospital...um, I mean ESPN, yeah, ESPN....Enjoy that sunbeam nap
Gee Hendrix,that sounds just like the storm we are having right now!!!!!!! Sorry it messed up your GH, er, ESPN!! oopsThose are quite the frozen bird feeders!!!! Mom giggled about the dishwasher!! She is glad she is not the only one that does that!!!! I keep my mouth shut!! Hahahahaha!!!!Purrs Mickey
Is that sun? Seems like everyone else is in the ice and snow!--JB
wow, you have sun! we have not had much sun here.
The sun makes you shine, Mickey!
You look nice and warm inside, Mickey :-) I don't see a post today. I hope you haven't lost power due to the bad storm.
Hairdryers are useful for melting snow and unfreezing car doors.
Dennis wishes he had a porch like yours.
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