2010-12-12 17:09:32.000 – Marty,  Summit Cat


Yes, finally I have the purrr-fect opportunity to get in a few words before the holidays are in full swing. Everyone here on the summit has been busy hard at work, but I, Marty, always manage to push my way in to grab attention from the crew up here. No better way to let them know I wanted to paw in a comment by running across the keyboard as Erica and Mike typed away at their work yesterday. This past weekend the crew started hanging lovely Christmas wreaths that were graciously donated to us, not only do they look wonderful, but they accent the weather room purr-fectly.

Things have been great around here. Winter is in full force on the Rockpile and I have been feeling incredible with all the rest, attention, and fine food that my crew members provide for me. Every once in awhile, I will charge in on Brian while he rocks out to Rock Band in the new Observer Lounge; it is a fine place to relax and hang out after a long day of work. Well my fellow fans, I will be back in weeks time filling you in on the life of a cat here on the summit! Happy Holidays!


Marty,  Summit Cat

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