The ceiling fan on our porch. Why? Because I couldn’t come up with anything else to photograph today.
People don’t generally get too excited about the small flowers that hostas produce. But it appears bees like them fine.
I had to move Oliver aside to clean up some pee, and underneath him was…..a shed! Finally! And it was almost all in one piece, which is really rare for him. He seems to be feeling better already.
(pencil here for scale)
Our cats don’t like boxes,
It’s strange but it’s true
That neither one likes them:
Cat One nor Cat Two.
So when this giant box came
Very deep and so wide.
We said, “Let’s put it out,
Maybe they’ll go inside.”
So we tossed in some catnip
To entice them in
And what do you know,
It’s a giant box win!
They didn’t stay long.
We did not think they would.
But it still made us smile,
And so it was good.
If you’ve ever had cats, you know how this goes. You hear The Noise. You rush to the scene. “No, no!!! Not on the rug! It was just vacuumed!”
Sometimes, you need to be careful what you wish for.
Gandalf loves to get into Doug’s armpit. It smells the most of Doug, which is probably Gandalf’s favorite thing. And when it’s a hot day, and Doug is particularly sweaty and stinky, Gandalf just can’t stay away. In truth, Gandalf is a bit gross.
Doug got a new toy…a very nice tripod for his various cameras. He set it up on the porch so he could film the birds at the bath, but it was turned toward my laptop later on. I spent the afternoon feeling watched while I was working.
This may look like a field or meadow but, no….this is my dad’s next-door-neighbor’s yard. He had told me that they never mowed, but I wasn’t quite expecting this. Impressive.
Yes, Doug posted a very similar picture. But how could we resist?
And no….we don’t know what they were watching.
Doing yoga with Ferrous. He doesn’t really need yoga, but he came along anyway.