Life on an 1857 Farm in Wisconsin.
I think those eyes have power over you! I am so glad you two found each other. :O) Lots of snow up your way today? I talked to my hubby and he said he couldn't see the trees at the edge of the field. Thankfully, I think this one will miss me. The driveway finally got cleared out on Tuesday. It had been blocked since the previous Friday. I had to have the neighbor come with his tractor to clear it. My snow blower would have fainted dead away upon seeing the cement-hard drifts.BTW, did you happen to hear a frost quake up your way? There was a "Dave" from Augusta on Central Time, WPR, yesterday, that talked about thinking it was one of the huge cottonwood trees in his yard that cracked. I thought of you and all your big trees and got to wondering.......Enjoy the snow! :O)
Amen, but I have a pup, same thing almost :) Blessings Francine.
I forgot how great kitties were until we adopted our Lucy a couple of months ago. Even my "cat-hating-husband" loves her. It's been a long time since I had a cat. When I saw her, she was sitting in the cat kennel at the door and meowed at me. Winner!
I of course am a cat lover....my husband tolerates them....they have such sweet souls.
Barb....we got snow! I climbed thru drifts to get to a bird feeder! And yes, that was my Dave on WPR....I used to commute once a week to my office in Madison, and was on WPR once a week- "Kari from Augusta"...not many other folks calling in at 6:00 a.m. I discovered I could talk about any topic!Francine...puppies, kitties.........got to love them all!Amber...oh, Lucy--love that name for a kitten!And Kim....of course you might be a crazy cat gal too! And for that, I am glad!Stay warm sweet friends!
Love your kitty! Just became your newest follower..love reading your past posts. Nice antiques. Look forward to reading more, Janice
great picture capture!
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