Let see what this baby can do
This is one of my cats named Callie because she’s calico. She’s lives in our garage and we don’t know exactly how old she is but we think it’s around 20 (I think she’s older). She used to be really mean but extremely keen when I was younger but now in her retirement she has become really sweet, will lick your hand and occasionally make techno patterns through an old bass amp between the car and storage.
Callie died this morning. I buried her in the open lot on our property. I’m not sad because she lived as full of a life as she could have. She’s an anomaly in that she lived outside for 20+ years with the coyotes in our area, through the rapidly changing developments next door and the lure of adventure over the mesa.
Here’s to you Callie
“And so now I’d like to say - people can change anything they want to. And that means everything in the world. People are running about following their little tracks - I am one of them. But we’ve all got to stop just following our own little mouse trail. People can do anything - this is something that I’m beginning to learn. People are out there doing bad things to each other. That’s because they’ve been dehumanised. It’s time to take the humanity back into the center of the ring and follow that for a time. Greed, it ain’t going anywhere. They should have that in a big billboard across Times Square. Without people you’re nothing. That’s my spiel.”
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