I Have a Cat on Me

Who is purring and grooming, so I can’t get up.  Hence the picture of the view out my window at the moment. I am a prisoner to their laze-about whims!! Snow!  Woohoo!!

Up for today: errands, gym, finish first draft of this piece I’m doing for Parade magazine.

That reminds me, I have discovered Exercise TV, it’s on channel 1025 where I am. My plan was to use it on the days I don’t make it to the gym, so that I’m exercising every day.  But it feels like more of a workout than anything I’m doing at the gym.  Right now I’m doing something called 30 Day Shred.  Shed?  It must be shed. Anyway, KILLER.  It just feels more productive, and I haven’t been to the gym in a week. That’s also about the cold, but still.

Stacy Horn

I've written six non-fiction books, the most recent is Damnation Island: Poor, Sick, Mad, and Criminal in 19th-Century New York.

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One thought on “I Have a Cat on Me

  1. What is the technical term for not being able to (or wanting to) move when a cat is sitting on you, purring?
    You’re in “cat shackles”.

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