The Return of Worm

It is such a beautiful morning here in Anza-Borrego Desert State Park and Borrego Springs. The winds have died down and the temperature is only 66 with a high of 81. A light rain is falling on the coast in San Diego and our mountain barrier has a thick layer of dark clouds that are trying to make it over the peak. This storm won’t provide rain for the parched desert; wind and cooler temps are all this storm will provide. If the winds don’t get too strong this morning, we will be able to go on a bike ride.

Last night I played with “worm” again and Callie absolutely loves this toy. I had to put it away for awhile because she became too obsessed with it and didn’t even want to go outside and climb her beloved olive trees. When she sat on the floor with the worm draped over her head and refused to move, I knew I had to do something. So I put it away for the day and only play with it in the evenings. When dawn arrives, she is more than happy to climb her trees again. The bucking bronco chair is her third choice of play activity, so we have all 3 bases covered and I have hit a home run!

9 thoughts on “The Return of Worm

  1. curioussteph May 26, 2018 / 10:01 pm

    Happy kitty. Love the last pic, took me a moment to determine which end was which

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  2. Sophia Ismaa Writes May 27, 2018 / 10:28 pm

    The second picture is the face us Muslims make when someone asks during Ramadan: “not even water?” 🤦‍♀️ Bless, little Callie!

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    • sevenfauesisters May 27, 2018 / 11:57 pm

      That is so sweet of you! She takes climbing her tree very seriously! And no water for Ramadan is serious business. One must reach enlightened states with that kind of fasting. Bless you too!

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