Wednesday, October 24, 2012

I'm back

Khan is not home yet and nobody has seen him since Thursday when our next door neighbor, Adamski, saw him.  Yes, his name is really Adamski, though spelled differently.  Anyhow, I am trying to get somewhat back to normal and face the fact that there are some things that I have no control over. I am somewhat pleased to know that when Adamski saw him he didn't seem the least frightened or lost.    It was dark and he couldn't be seen well enough to be caught, but he didn't run, he simply walked away and into the shadows and then under the gate.  Not to mention the place he was spotted was not much more than 15 feet from our gate!  I couldn't bear it if I thought he was lost and terrified.  Whether he makes it home or not, he seems to be having an adventure that he is enjoying or at least I hope so.

4 comments:

Jack Brewer said...

I am very sorry, Lesley. I empathize very much and I hope you have a good rest of the week.

Lesley Gunter said...

Thank you!

purrlgurrl said...

Maybe he's found his mountain lion soul and is now running free with the sun and wind . . .

Sam G said...

Hang tough Lesley. I know what you are going through.