The "girls" come by every couple of days. They're so cute with their bulbous bodies and tiny heads. Sometimes I don't see them. I just hear them making their clucking and whirring sounds in the bushes.
Black cat, anyone? I'll mail them special delivery. We actually have four, and two grey tabbies. The mama cat, who's looking at the camera, is kind of odd. Her tail curls up over her back like a husky. One of her kitten's tails does the same.
I just finished this little novel that was published around 1912. Very saccharine sweet and full of moral teaching, but kind of fun to read. I got a stack of books similar to it from the thrift store that I will read eventually.
I bought this side table from the thrift store for $10. The little side table I had before got donated. It just wasn't big enough to hold enough "stuff". This one has little castors (spelling?). I think it's an antique. Cute anyway. ;)
Another thrift store find. I decided I needed a small vase for the all the little poseys the grandkids bring me. :)
Hazel made a fancy Father's Day card for her daddy.
|The one on the left is for a gal who likes retro futuristic art. The one on the right is for a gal who likes vintage images.|
|These are self-explanatory, I think. That's a Loteria card on the right.|
|These are the backs of the two collaged cards I showed first. The retro futuristic lady also likes clowns, lol.|
I might go out and do a tiny bit of mowing before the mosquitos come out. You guys enjoy your summer!
Shalom and love to all!