I'm really sorry I'm not working from home anymore. I wish I was too but my full time job lets me make more money and show the bank that I can be trusted with a mortgage. Your big sister Zen knows the drill since she was living with me the last time I was working full time and when I was at classes all day. But not you.
You're the most emotionally needy cat I know. I chalk that up to the fact that you were abandoned in a shed at just four weeks old. That's way too young for a cat to be without his mom and I know that's also why it took you so long to learn how to clean yourself and you want to lick everything, even nasty things like sweaty socks that make you make a disgusted face. What were you expecting? But I'm proud that you were so brave as a tiny kitten that you wandered out of that shed and used your very noisy meow to let the people who lived their know about you and the rest of your litter so that they could find all of you good homes.
I know not having me around stresses you out because your eye herpes has been acting up. I miss you too even if you do tend to walk across my keyboard when I'm typing and meow when I'm on work calls. I love how excited you are when I come home from work and when I can make it back for lunch. The good news is that the work has paid off and we're going to be moving from our apartment to a house next month. It will be a lot bigger and filled with exciting places for you to sleep and chase Zen around. I look forward to watching you run up and down the stairs. It'll also have central air, which I'm sure you'll appreciate. Your dad and I really wish we had it right now and we're not even covered in fur.
Your loving human