Let Me In

paw-printsThese prints belong to Nina, the world’s most patient cat.  She left them on the front step while she patiently waited for one of us to remember to let her in.

I hope this last day of February finds you happy and healthy.

I hope you have let in those you love, and that those you love have let you in, too.

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