Sunday Selfie with Shoko

My but the air is refreshing!  Never mind refreshing, it’s down right cold out here.                                                                   

The coneflowers couldn’t take the snow and frost. We won’t see them till August of next year.

The nip seems to be thriving, Shoko.

We are joining The Cat On My Head blog for Sunday Selfies. So click on the name and go for a ride with your friends.

 

Let’s be happy at least the nip is still with us.

It’s here and in great sniffs.

 

40 thoughts on “Sunday Selfie with Shoko

    1. The Canadian Cats Post author

      Yes, they do seem to miss the bright yellow flowers with the brown centers. The cone flowers were nice to sit under when the sun pounded down. No problem with the sun pounding down now…..it feels good on my back.

      Shoko

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  1. Doug Thomas

    I have to grow ‘nip indoors because of the yard nazis who weed whack everything that’s green. I’m envious of your patch! Every cat in the neighborhood couldn’t wipe that much ‘nip out, though they’d try.

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    1. The Canadian Cats Post author

      What you think is nip is really grass…..the nip has been sheared by two meezers intent on getting the last little bit. That’s why I have my nose so far into the grass cause there is a wee bit left.

      Tyebe

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  2. Meezer'sMews&TerrieristicalWoofs

    At least you DO have the sunshine right now…its wet, windy and chilly here, with frost in the works, too…though petcretary says the trees are beautiful around here right now…till the frost, rain and wind whips them all off…We have tons of nip, it seems to have taken over parts of our yard…too bad you two can’t teleport over here to indulge. Somehow I prefer the dried kind, cause if *she* brings any fresh in here, I just ignore it,…what a waste, eh?!

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    1. The Canadian Cats Post author

      You guys sound a little ticked my friends. Ice and chill temps will do that. We get dry stuff in the kitchen in the winter. I know what you mean by the fresh though. The old nip leaves are gross….the soft new leaves have tons of flavour so the nip must be kept short.

      Shoko

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We love mewing with you my friend so pull up a cushion and let's chatter like the squirrels.

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