Daily Photo: Nice and Warm

Mimi under the bird feeder.

Mimi says she’s patrolling under the bird feeder, but she can barely keep her eyes open with nice warm sun on her back and she’s ignoring all the bird obscenities being squawked her way. This was from last Thursday, which was a totally awesome day after some early rain cleared. Mimi and I started on some work in the yard, and we’re looking forward to more this weekend. Below are two other views of Mimi pretty much in the same place, but you know I can never take only one photo of her! These three photos were on Instagram first, as are the ones below from the past week, catching up again!

 

From Instagram

Mimi loves a good scratch on her river birches even in a drizzle

black cat scratching on trees
Mimi loves her scratcher!

Hope you’re having a peaceful Sunday. Mr. Sunshine is working on stealing Sienna’s favorite napping spot, inch by inch, but sometimes it’s nice to share.

Mr. Sunshine and Sienna.

Basil is working out some social distancing strategies this morning. He really likes the tops of doors. Kind of nice because his long tresses do the dusting for me.

Basil up on the bathroom door.

Yesterday… We had the doors and windows open the sun was shining. (From Monday)

Bella, Mariposa and Mimi at the door.

Just the right amount of sunshine.

Just the right amount of color.

In the morning, after the rain.

Forsythia in the sun.

I ran out of photos from March in previous years!


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