This is what Sid looked like after an extremely tough day. In the morning he made his rounds in the garden. Then had a hearty breakfast and played run along the fence with the neighbor dog Arno, who lives directly opposite.
Sang with the birds on the wire.
Worried a bit about the gray sky thinking rain was coming but the sun came out again.
A crow came and taunted him to play, who can reach the top of the tree. Sid got up pretty high, like he always does but then that darn crow just let out some caws and flew away. Sid got down, had a hearty dinner and dragged himself off to bed. The picture above shows a very tired cat after a very happy and full day.
Just checking in. It was another one of those indecisive days. I couldn’t decide what I wanted to do. Then I got a whiff of the lilacs growing in our garden. I knew that it was time to head on up to the top window sill just to lie in the breeze and get a good sniff of those lilacs while they’re still in bloom.
Do you see those lilacs behind me?
Well it’s time for a nap. Until next time have a great day.
Really, I really do enjoy listening to those song birds in the spring and summer. Sometimes they do interrupt my sleep but hey, it’s alright.
A chirp, chirp, chirp
and a cheep, cheep, cheep
in my apple tree this morning
just as the day was dawning
my cat Sid
sat on the windowsill
enjoying the bird chorus
wanting to join in
such a lovely day
golden sun all around
nature starting to awaken
soon the spring will be here
with the spring come the rains
that wash the winter away
they stay for awhile
until the first flowers appear
then the skies are mostly blue
white clouds floating by
the days so warm and inviting
it is such a wonderful time of year
the song birds come each morning
with their lovely songs
making the beginning of the day
start with many smiles
There I was just minding my own business. I was wondering if I should go find a lazy place to sunbathe or to help papa with the mowing.
Suddenly Toro , my neighbor, the Rottweiler, came to the fence to have a chat.
Then as I was looking about for a nice sunny spot along came a cawing crow….
It landed on the garage roof demanding more chow. Finally I was able to find a private spot under a lilac bush for a nice deserving rest.