Tag Archives: Volver the cat
The average age of those who’ve died of COVID-19 in Italy is 78. Sixty percent of those infected are men. Seventy percent of those who die are men. Women, for reasons not yet explained, seem to be more resilient. Maybe … Continue reading
Often I post links on FB to the articles I publish here. If I’m lucky, I’ll get 20 likes. If I’m lucky. So, if ever I feel “liked” deprived, all I have to do is post a photo of Volver, … Continue reading
Volver is our cat. We talk to him all the time and he understands us. When he is scratching the furniture and we say NO, he stops scratching. When it’s time to eat, we say PAPPA* and he comes running. … Continue reading
Finally, Paros! We took a taxi to the airport. On the way, motorists were honking, zigzagging, driving aggressively. But, when asked, our driver said driving a taxi in Rome didn’t stress him out. Like Don Ruiz who says “don’t take … Continue reading
If my cat can’t see me, then he thinks I can’t see him. . . . .