This is a bit of Saturday Silliness for Cat-Fur-Day and NoBloPoMo.
My husband laughs at me because I collect socks for every season. He calls me the “Sock Girl” because I have drawers of special season socks. That’s not a sock fetish, is it?
Right now, I have to switch from my Halloween socks…
to my Christmas socks… (Odd. I don’t have any Thanksgiving socks. I’ll have to fix that little problem!)
After Christmas comes…Valentine’s Day. (Wow, how many days can you wear Valentine’s Day socks?)
Next up…St. Patrick’s Day.
Then any day is “Crazy Sock Day”! (Fridays are good for these socks. Of course, it helps if you are retired! You can get away with all of this silliness.)
And somewhere I have red-white-and-blue socks for July 4th, although by that time of year, it’s time for bare feet or sandals.
The Last Meow
Hey, Missy Jan. Just wait one little minute. What about us? Haven’t you forgotten “Cat Sock” season?
“Persimmon” enjoying the sun at Longwood Gardens, PA. Dawn Ellis photo.
Mark your calendar. Cat Sock season runs between Halloween and Christmas, between Christmas and Valentine’s Day, between Valentine’s Day and St. Patrick’s Day, between St. Patrick’s Day and Easter, and between Easter and July 4th. You can have the summer days off, but be sure you restart Cat Sock season in September!
Meow for now. =<^;^>=