Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Craving the sun

Yesterday I put together a nice Spring post, received 8 comments and then the post disappeared. Poof!
Gotta love the internet.

It was a dull, damp day today. I started out cat-sitting and then joined up with a friend for lunch at The Good Food Co.  Good conversation and great food.

We need the sun now. Everyone is feeling the effects of a long winter and we all crave sun-light.
Human and feline alike. 
I'm still putting bunnies here and there.
Even the coffee center isn't safe.

Today was my last visit with a sweet, senior tabby cat named Smudge and a black beauty named Bagheera. Tomorrow I start caring for a gorgeous calico and two tabby boys. I'm also house-sitting where there are no cats. NO CATS! And if they weren't all allergic you know I'd be working some magic. Oh well.

hugs, Deb


  1. I love your bunnies...and that Cakes & Cookie cookbook looks interesting! Happy Cat Sitting, XOXO

  2. I can't imagine where your post went, I would be so curious, especially after you put it all together...Love the kitties getting some sun, don't they just love that on their faces...

  3. It is just getting chilly here now at the beginning of autumn, and I am disliking it already. The older I get, the more I hate winters and would be happy for it to be summer all year round.

    Julie and Poppy Q

  4. Just wonderful to see our Annie with her little peach nose! If you've taken any new photos of Smudge or Bagheera, we'd love to see them.
    Tell Sierra that we'd love to send her some of our sunshine but it comes along with some pretty fair heat, 90F/32C today! Too early in the season for it. Way too early....

  5. Needing sun indeed! This winter has just dragged on and on and on and on.... blah.
    xo Catherine

  6. No cats! Shudder the thought!
    Jane x

  7. BTW, we share the same music crush. I have loved James Taylor since forever, seen him in concert about 3 times.
    In my life, we have had a couple of cats named Smudge, and when my mother was a child in England, every cat they had was named Smudge.
    What's up with that?

  8. Your Easter and Spring decor is beautiful. I always look forward to seeing your tea pots and various teas.

    How do you keep your cats from eating your plants? I have a few I have to keep in a closed room because my two cats will munch on them. I'm fearful they're poison. Is it okay for them to chew on those that are not poison? I've read that even aloe vera plants are bad for them.

  9. I wondered what happened to that post!
    Love the sun soaking felines =)

  10. Your photos are exquisite Deb! Always look forward to your blog! Love it so much!

  11. Funny about your post because I clicked on it in my blogger reader, then it said "this blog post does not exist." Crazy internet.

    I'm craving sunlight, too. Such cute photos!

  12. Such a great photo of Annie and Audrey. I love seeing them lay cuddled together. Sweet!
    And I have been loving the beautiful photo of Kane on the side bar... I melt at the look in his eyes. Wonderful!
    Enjoy the coming of Spring!
    Lily, WA, USA

  13. Ah, so that explains it. Cyberminions at work, or one of those occasions where you're inadvertantly putting something back into draft status?