Being in Ministry, I am fortunate to have two places to call home, but there are some common elements :
After a short but hectic jaunt to London, I was ready to rest today. I slept for 10 hours straight (hardly ever happens) last night – still can’t quite believe it!
So the picture today is:
Yes – a wee rest on the sofa, cup of coffee and a cuddle with the cat.
Another lovely sunny day, so plenty of shade around the garden. The cat loves the sunshine, but she is still shedding (everywhere) her winter coat. So from time to time, she trots from the sunshine to find a cat sized bit of shade:
24th March and the word is shadow. It is a lovely sunny afternoon here in Ayrshire – so plenty of shadows to choose from.
The cat, fascinated by her shadow:
Or me, flapping my coat to look like angel wings (not as easy as it sounds when you are also trying to take a photo!)
Sight is a precious thing. Just before Christmas my husband had laser eye surgery! I consider this brave (or perhaps foolhardy!) as I wouldn’t let anyone near my eyes with a laser!!! And, after 35 years, I am used to my glasses. (Forgive the bad selfie with a reluctant cat!!)
Today the word is “fold” and I have a picture of the cat, who has managed to fold herself up into my wrap, as I am sitting on the sofa.
I was trying to write stuff, but its a well known fact that cats have no respect for laptops/tablets/books/newspapers/etc., especially when they are blocking that warm spot on a human’s lap.