Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Some Fun!

A week or so ago, Samantha, Sara and Richie stopped by for a little visit and lunch on a Sunday and i caught this cute picture as Samantha and LM pretended they were cats and other sorts of creatures in hopes of luring Ms G out of hiding. Alas, it did not work, but their efforts were such fun. They also drew some great pictures of sharks....not quite sure how they thought the sharks could tempt one reclusive cat to come out of her lair???

Pretending to be cats with the requisite noises.....
In the meanwhile, the rough edges of change are softening as our lives settle in around John's needs. We're rather liking the family dinners which seem to now encompass Sundays.
There are indeed signs of Spring after this very cold and stormy winter. Last Saturday morning, John and I worked in the yard/garden and accomplished so much. His willing brawn, helped me do more than I could have finished in several weekends of work. We were able to spot the primroses showing some tiny leaves and that lifted my heart to new heights. We removed all the broken branches and twigs and raked thoroughly. There is, as with all gardens, much more to do, and knowing I have a willing assistant, makes me look forward to our times working together. We chatted and shared as we went along and there was laughter, too.
That evening, LM and I shared a fun date and went to see "The King's Speech." Really, one of my favorite movies of all time....our choice for the Oscar!

10 comments:

Happy Days said...

I thought at first they were Bunnies! But alas! they are kitties! My mistake! Cute photo! Glad to hear the rhythm of LM and John are in sink. Sounds like you and John worked really HARD! Will have to go see the movie, it's playing here. Have a good Wednesday! ...debbie

Cape Cod Kitty said...

LOL....They look rather like bunnies but they were imitating Ms G's way of looking over the edge of the table to see what treats are there. Loved all the laughter.
Happy day to you, as well!

Kittie Howard said...

Ms G is truly the queen of the (bunny) hop!

It's amazing the amount of work young arms can do...and they think nothing of it. Er, that was me once! Sounds like the yin and yang are in balance. Moments to enjoy!

Kittie Howard said...

Read more of your previous posts --getting caught up -- sounds like you warded off that crud going around. Those smoothies worked, with a little help from Ms G.

Purrfect Haven said...

hello to you and thank you for visiting us, we appreciated you leaving a comment and have been enjoying a return visit. Fascinating. Darcy, Bingley and Helen xxx

judemiller1 said...

I need some brawn around here for spring clean-up. would John like to visit Michigan for a week?

Love the kittie pictures.

Retired English Teacher said...

Oh the first view of the primroses must have been quite wonderful. I'm so happy for the companionship that the two of you seem to have.

I agree with you about "The King's Speech." We really enjoyed it.

Cape Cod Kitty said...

Kittie, my spinach, fruit, avocado based smoothies every morning are making me feel just great....what a difference.

Judy, I'd love to send John out to help you...alas he has the ankle bracelet on. He is a great worker! More for him to do this weekend.

Helen, Darcy & Bingley...welcome to you from Ms G and me....we love the great beauty to be found on your site! I cannot let Ms G know that I visit D & B, though. See you again.

Ret Eng Teacher....Oh yes, we could not stop talking about the movie...really enthralling. Nice to have you stop by!

Linda said...

This post tells me you were in a very good space and that's wonderful. Take them when they come.

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