It’s Tuesday, it’s gray, it’s damp, and I’m feeling lazy. Still got a walk in, though, which can be considered a semi-major accomplishment under the circumstances. Here’s one thing I saw along the way.
Pat and I visited her brother and his wife (and their cats) in New Jersey yesterday, and in their yard I saw a few things that I hadn’t seen here in Pennsylvania. These boletes in…
Easy Like Sunday in the Kitten Room at Tabby’s Place.
Personally, I believe a cicada shell looks perfectly good this way. But others think they can be improved with a splash of color.
Traditional Friday Cat Blogging with Kit Charlemagne
The catnip plants in our back yard flourished this summer. As they thrived, a good number of bees stopped by to partake of them.
Just off the walking track at work. On this bush, the newer the growth, the lighter green it is.
Small and smaller. This red clover is playing host to a tiny, unidentified insect.
Lots of heavy rain today, but it stopped long enough for me to get in a lap on the walking track. Had to dodge the puddles, though.
Easy Like Sunday with our own Miss Nora.