Mariposa has been inhabiting the kitchen lately, when she’s not running roughshod on all the toys in the house, finding happy little spots that fit her little self purrfectly, where she is warm and feels safe. I know she has a great awareness of her cuteness, or how could she have posed just like this when I came up out of the basement and saw her tucked neatly at the end of the bean counter, leaning up against the cookbook shelves? It’s warm and she is sleepy, but not too sleepy to pose for the camera.
I think there is snow on me. What happened to my back yard?
Mariposa and I took some time to transplant last year’s geraniums and begonias and freshen up the kitchen windowsill. I grabbed a bucket of compost when the weather was warm and they’ll be sprouting new leaves and blooming in no time. I’m so glad Mariposa could take the time from her busy schedule of stalking and killing tiny mice in the kitchen (obviously very important), carefully observing birds and wildlife, and running up and down the basement steps, to make sure I had done things properly.
Photos from years past.
Really Relaxed, 2018
Hamlet is having an excessively good nap in his favorite basket. He gets into some pretty interesting positions, and he’s so completely sweet when he’s on his back with his legs in the air.
Just my toes.
Uh oh, I think they want their dinner.
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What other photos have I shared on or around this date?
Wordless Wednesday: Purrfect
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Teacher and Student, 2017
Reviewing all these sweet photos of Giuseppe and Basil from two years ago when Basil was finally feeling pretty confident, and then seeing this one from today, reminds me how Basil still likes to cuddle with his mentor now and then, and Giuseppe doesn’t mind.
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