Here are a couple of guests at dinner one night. If I told anyone about these no one would believe me, so this time I got some photos to prove it. The cats, who are the actual residents, were watching from a respectful distance. The cats don’t object, but the animals do make a mess and knock things over, and slobber in the water dish. … Continue reading Unexpected Dinner Guests at the Cat Shelter
Yep, it had to happen…just not quite so early. Well it IS Northern Ohio, and anything the weather people come up with is no surprise. But golly, it’s only October 19…which is my grand-daughter Gina’s 19th birthday. But we always have a frost (not to say freeze) in late October…just enough to smite the foliage with frost in order to bring out the glorious colors … Continue reading Ice on the Water Dish, Frost on the Cat Shelter
Here are a few pics from my file. Actually the ones I wanted to use are not cooperating…I have no idea why. I am having a lot of anxiety and grief over getting my last batch of images onto WordPress blog. Top to bottom: Blue & White; Tinkerbell, the “Queen” cat, who has no relation to any of the others and wouldn’t admit it … Continue reading Cats and Flowers
More than likely no one really cares a mite, but I really need to write a note about the photo I have in my header of my blog Sometimes. First, I admit that it was chosen because it was needed to have a sort of neutral photo for a new theme I was trying out. (Or an old theme that was back in favor.) I … Continue reading The Deer in the Tree Garden.
Today is the first day of a new assignment on Writing101. Free-writing, thinking on paper, just as fast as the keys will work without getting jumbled…and the object is to develop a writing habit–writing every single day without exception. No excuses…write on the computer, on the phone (yikes!), or with a pencil or pen on a piece of paper. The point is…just get ‘er written. … Continue reading Rambling and Mumbling on Paper…what will I say?
No, just kidding. A task begun not always turns out as expected. But I have tackled some impossible things, and some of them didn’t work…maybe many of them didn’t work. But running an idea or plan past a bunch of nay-sayers is counter-productive sometimes. A task is not necessarily impossible just because I can’t do it. The first example that comes to mind is my … Continue reading Never say never…if it doesn’t work forget it?