This is not to take off on the title of a certain series of books, it is actually the first thing I thought when I looked at these photos; there was, of course, more than one photo to choose from. Now that the trees have leafed out the sunlight reflects green into the house and enhances all those green eyes. Even my yellow art glass bowl hanging in the upper right corner looks green, and the wall behind—actually those are seen in that lovely round antique mirror, the wall and ceiling of the stairwell colored green by the light from the big window in my office at the foot of the stairs.
What wonderful faces to greet me at the top of the stairs. And today Mewsette upstages brother Bean for having bigger eyes and longer whiskers, the biggest and longest in the whole house, unlike yesterday when Bean exposed himself for the sake of winning a non-existent cuteness award.
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