The colours in our landscape are changing again. There is a goldy undertone creeping into the shots.  ​

I am not looking forward to this winter. I have a feeling it will be a hard one, we have had a few mild winters in a row and now a very mild summer – it is hard to predict of course. However I am buying in one more load of hay. The hay man discounted it for me – he knows I am still short after losing a cut.

Molly above takes no notice of the dogs at all. 

I am going to wash down the white walls of the pig house soon  and see if I can get more Pig Art before the cold comes and the wallows are left to dry.

(Yes it is in Zazzle but we will not discuss fun Zazzle until Shopping Sunday).

These pigs are so hard to photograph – 

They rush to my feet leaving Ton guarding the hose all alone.

I hope you have a lovely day.

Love celi

PS – Cats and milk way below. This computer is doing weird stuff to me this morning. The milk is cleared up again though and Lady is doing well.


Tuesday 09/12 0% / 0 inA mix of clouds and sun. High 78F. Winds NE at 10 to 15 mph.

Tuesday Night 09/12 40% / 0.06 inRain showers this evening with overcast skies overnight. Low 57F. Winds NE at 5 to 10 mph. Chance of rain 40%.

 6:30 am 7:06 pm
Waning Gibbous, 59% visible11:33 pm 1:18 pm


20 Comments on “CATS & MILK

  1. The current pig house wall art looks pretty good – like a herd of pigs. I’m sure I’ve seen something similar of buffalo, perhaps in a cave painting.

  2. My kittens were never attracted to milk once they were dumped outside my door 😦 The current artwork looks like a litter gambolling along, another perfect picture. Can’t we get a Mr Straw for Alex and Txiki? Laura

  3. If you have a bad winter that possibly means that we shall too as we seem to follow the US weather patterns  

    Sent: Tuesday, September 12, 2017 at 2:33 PM

  4. Ah, naughty kitten!

    I’m back. Yes, I have a great support system here in answer to your question from last week. I have a wonderful husband and my extended family & Friends that are in touch often. It will be the loneliest when the time passes and we approach the holidays. Plus, I work with some of the most wonderful people. 28+ years has formed a strong bond. Also, work brings some normality back doesn’t it? Like the post about throwing hay, it is muscle memory that soothes the mind.

    Have a great Tuesday!!! Fall is here and like you I feel we will have a doozy of a winter. (Doozy – something outstanding or unique of its kind.)

  5. I never realized that pigs can get so HUGE – no offense there, Miss Molly! I love the shots that give that perspective – next to the dogs. Just makes me wonder how big Miss Sheila is these days. Did you once say that pigs do not stop growing? Oh my.

  6. Amazing photos today. I love this time of year but do not look forward to what is ahead. It will be nice not to have to worry about the supply of hay. I can’t help but think of all the farmers in Texas, Florida or even where the fires are burning wildly.

  7. The middle section of the art wall (left of the window wall) looks just like a horse head reaching down for a nibble of grass. If you pan right you can see the rest of its body as if it were standing behind a white fence post! Perhaps “Equus Cabalas” by Pig?

  8. ,’PIG’ by Pig. Unsigned. Medium: Mud on wall ‘ – best blog frame anywhere this week:) ! Having curated many art exhibitions in a number of Australian galleries it did make me almost have an accident with my coffee cup! And looking at the hungry kitties: you can’t leave children alone for a minute, can you . . . . .

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