Fridays With Jeb and Felix

Today is the first installment of a new series called "Fridays with Jeb and Felix."  Of course, Jeb and Felix (a.k.a. "The Boys") are our cats.  Friday is a pretty relaxed day so the subject matter seems appropriate.  I am still trying to learn my way around the digital camera, which explains the red-eye.  I will eventually fix it.  For some hilarious photos of cats in sinks, check out Cats in Sinks [via Rebecca Goetz].  It’s a great place to "procatinate."

Searching for Black Confederates: The Civil War’s Most Persistent Myth

“Levin’s study is the first of its kind to blueprint and then debunk the mythology of enslaved African Americans who allegedly served voluntarily in behalf of the Confederacy.”–Journal of Southern History

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3 comments… add one
  • elementaryhistoryteacher Jul 7, 2006 @ 16:40

    I had a kitty like yours cats growing up. His name was Boots and he went on extended vacations for days on end and them would suddenly reappear for hugs and food. Currently I have polydactyl kitty which means she has an extra front paw on each front leg. They are tiny but you can make out pads and claws. Basically she looks like she has catcher’s mits for paws. She can play catch with a balled up piece of paper when she sits on the tv. In case you haven’t…check out the link on my blog roll for “Stuff on Your Cat”….some of the pictures are hilarious. I am supposed to be writing a paper right now so thanks for the procrastinating moment.:)

  • Kevin Levin Jul 7, 2006 @ 15:36

    Hi Emily, — Nice to hear from you. Jeb and Felix send their best. I hope you are enjoying the program at Brandeis and I look forward to hearing all about it when school starts up again. Enjoy the summer.

  • Emily Jul 7, 2006 @ 15:11

    Mr. Levin-
    Your “boys” are as adorable as ever. Everyone around me here at Brandeis agrees that they are cute. Have a great summer!
    Emily Baum

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