It’s about the cats.
Spring break is in session. Chicago is not doing a very good impersonation of Spring. But after having coffee with one of our favorite writers we took even more public transit out to Wilmette to see this:
Hard to beat a combination of a glorious city, the greatest of God’s furry creatures, and the Turks who care for Istanbul’s felines.
6 thoughts on “More than about Mmmmmm(eeeeeEEEE)e”
Awwwwwwwwwwwwwww. . .
Where in Willmette, if you don’t mind sayin? And BTW, my dog doesn’t think we’re gods, he just knows how to manipulate us to get his treats, be held when he feels like, how to inform us that he needs to go outside, etc. Cats, OTOH, hm-m-m-m-m…
Wilmette- very wealthy and very Jewish. The cats may be a takeoff on this:
“Hard to beat a combination of a glorious city, the greatest of God’s furry creatures, and the Turks who care for Istanbul’s felines.”
Hmm, couple of questions:
“the greatest of God’s furry creatures”
***What about the Greeks?
“the Turks who care for Istanbul’s felines.”
The Wilmette theater.
A 2k proponent AND a cat lover? What an evening it would be to talk about Reformation theology with a couple of cats listening in and a glass of Malbec close at hand. As you may know, there are many cats in Jerusalem — further proof they know of God’s existence.