This is the fella that I expected would be naturally named 'Socks'
I'm glad his owner had a better imagination.
This handsome guy with the copper eyes
I am now his cat-sitter.
And his little buddy, Theo
He slips in the room without a sound
and waits at your feet to be petted.
Sweet, handsome and very proud of the smudge
on his nose.Love them both.
The sun came out in all her glory today.
One look around the mouse-house made you realize how little has been done the past week because of rain.
Time to get back to gardening, grass-cutting and fussin' about.
Look at that sun. :)
Can I hear a "Hallelugah"
Audrey warming up her bottom half.
Breakfast with friends was on the agenda on this beautiful, sunny morning.
Mina on the left has been my friend for over fifty years. We went to school together, shared a few apartments together and have remained friends even though for years we lived in different parts of the country. Now she lives twenty minutes from the mouse-house. :)
Cathy has been friends with Mina for the same amount of years.
It was great to have her finally visit. We were gifted with pure maple syrup from her maple trees. So, I know what's on for breakfast tomorrow morning. :)
taken at the mouse-house
Now I'm off to the gardens to weed and putter if the mosquitoes aren't too hungry. And of course, say "hello" to Mrs. Tree Swallow and the two Mama House Wrens.
"Good morning, little Tilly"
Isn't she spectacular.
I think it may be getting a bit crowded in there. :)
Thanks for sending your sun our way.