I have got to find a way to get back out into the sky...Love the cranky kitty photo. Your photos represent total presence and deep appreciation.
That's the part you've been reminding me about Martha.....look up instead of down.Thanks for the kind words, nice of you to say.
Aren't those the moments that we can appreciate to be alive? Nature's colours at its best, good cuppa and a kitty to spoil. Life is good, eh?
Sonja, that's really it, isn't it? I definitely was trying to appreciate a quiet Saturday morning for all that I could and it was going very well :)
Nice, sure wish we lived out in the country.
Brad, then you'd need a 1 Ton truck to do nothing but plow snow. My condo-land friends laugh at me.....sometimes I laugh at me too.https://picasaweb.google.com/coopdway/20130925
Sounds like the perfect morning.That is quite the snow pusher rig in that link Doug. Luckily if we moved to the country here we wouldn't have snow, just rain and the occasional flood. Would be nice to have the neighbors a little further away than what they are now on our 1/5th of an acre.
The snow rig almost came from 'your' neighborhood. Underneath the white paint it says "Serving The Community - Redding". It acquired the plow once it got to the Midwest.I've always said that it isn't so much that we own the acreage that we do, rather that someone else doesn't. Another way of saying we are private here and place great value on that.
us condo dwellers might laugh at times... but, honestly... we envy ya... :)
Honestly, there's a bit of envy in both directions I imagine.