Home Is Where the Whisk Is

Dear world, meet my new kitchen, soup pot and all:


Yes, the place is small–I don’t even have a silverware drawer–but it’s my own. My own dear kitchen. My own dear kitchen with a nice tile counter, a gas stove, a teeny tiny oven, and a refrigerator that is all my own!!! I feel like I’ve dropped into heaven!

Oh, and meet Brautigan:


He’s the kitty I adopted that, unfortunately no longer lives with me. He was only 8 or 9 months old, a growing cat who needs lots of space to run and play and bounce around it. My 250 sq ft apartment didn’t cut it. So I did a cat switch with my mom. I got the two siamese cats in exchange–Sheba, a bitchy 11 year old lass who hides under the bed and hisses, and Mistoffelees, a 4 year old who used to be really playful until he went through rounds and rounds of urinary tract infections and is now just fat. I mean, they’re sweet cats, dont’ get me wrong, but I miss Brautigan already, and it’s only been a few hours. He was my dream cat. But I just couldn’t give him what he needed.

And, just to top it off, a few glamour shots of Rad and Merckx at the new place:



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3 Responses to “Home Is Where the Whisk Is”
  1. VeggieGirl says:

    what a lovely new kitchen!! enjoy it!! you’ll definitely be able to cook and bake splendid new dishes/goodies in that space!!aww, Brautigan, Rad, and Merckx are precious!! :0D

  2. BitterSweet says:

    I have to say, I really do love that little rat… I used to have pet mice, so that would probably explain it. :)On an unrelated note- You really saw the book, in a real store?! Ee, so exciting! I hope you find it worth checking out soon, as I’d love to hear what you think of it!

  3. Victor says:

    Beautiful little kitchen…and Merkcx? I never thought of naming a rat after a cyclist. Hockey players, yes….

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