We’re joining The Cat On My Head’s Sunday Selfie blog hop. Shoko spent most of the day at Cat Scouts cause the SeaCats were putting on a special cruise.
They sent messages to each other with flags. A good way to brush up on her flagging communication.
Meanwhile back at Fort Meezer Kali was holding the joint together despite overwhelming challenges….like staying awake. I heard a noise…who’s there…..
Welcome my friends….Have a seat and a Nipitini. Today is Selfie Sunday with our host The Cat On My Head. This is a blog hop, so that means we hop from blog to blog and see our friends attempting their own selfies. Simply click on the blog name and admire your friends. I was thinking of summer today. You know, I really miss playing out in the yard and grabbing a drink out of my wadding pool. *sigh*
I miss laying out on my air mattress grabbing some rays. The sun beating down on my back. Aww….I can feel the warmth soaking into my bones.
Here I am testing the water for a drink. I was standing in front of mom’s green onions. This is my selfie memory of summer.
It’s my turn for a parting saying Shoko. Go for it sisteh.
May flowers always line your path
And sunshine light your day
Today is Selfie Sunday. A blog hop of all the beautiful and handsome anipals of Blogville. The Cat On My Head is participating in this hop and we are headed to her place for some chattering with our friends and perhaps Mau will make us one of his delish baked goods.
Mom. Kali and I went for a stroll even if it was a grey looking day. We got as far as the Youth Center where dad was busy installing Automatic External Defibrillators (AED). They were donated and are being set up in the halls. Sorry, my friends but this was a long distance selfie and not that great but Kali and I had fun in the stroller anyways.
May you always be the glaze on my ham.
Hi everyone, today is the Selfie Sunday blog hop with our host The Cat on My Head. So drop by our wonderful hosts and view more anipals posing for their Selfies. We haven’t really done anything interesting…just look out the window at the white stuff and hope it disappears soon. It feels like the beginning of January….go away, come again another day.
I chewed on the feather wand and quickly snapped the picture with my paw.
Shoko, you’re all blurry…..even the feather’s blurry. Son of a snow frog! I’ll have to try it again.
ok…5…4…3…2…Shoko, did I tell you, mom says the snow is here for the season. What?…1… CLICK!
May your snowman never be a flake.
Have a great Sunday my friends. MOL
Huge news….at least from my point of view. Mom bought me ANOTHER water fountain. The last one she took back because after a week I was still crawling past it on my tummy and elbows. This time she said I had to get used to it because she wasn’t sure if Kali was getting enough water from the bowl by the sink. Well, it took me a few days, alright Kali, quite a few days to get close to it but I like it now.
Caturday is also Artsy Fartsy Day and mom got a wee bit creative with me and a unicycle. Athena and Marie are presenting the blog hop so hop on over and view the creative anipals. Or should I say view the anipals wearing the concoctions of their creative pawrents. Tee Hee
Good grief, we thought you two would never wake up! You both slept for more than 48 hours. *Yawn* We were very tired. I guess everything that has happened caught up with us.
Hello and thank you for all your help. Not many would put up with us and keep us warm and as dry as possible. My name is Willow and I am Sky’s big sister. We have been staying in Williams Creek for several weeks now. We managed to find enough food to keep rollin’ on. The nights were the worst….the male stones that worked sifting gold all day would get totally stoned and want to rock with ladies and harass us. They would finally settle on some cheap looking cracked rocks that were out for a good time.
I was taught stone physiology and am able to work as a nurse for any sand based shape. I have helped several female rocks give birth to the tiniest of pebbles. This is the satisfying part of being a Stoned Nurse. I am capable of helping a hurt stone or pebble. What happened to your mom? Mom left to pursue her dreams of becoming a Herbalist Stone. Oregano is a tranquil and calming herb to us, so mom found a school in Quesnel (kwa-nel) that deals with the properties of herbs and has a course designed for us. Before mom left us she said she wasn’t coming back to Barkerville and wished us the best and then she rolled on with her worldly belongings in a knapsack. We were sad for awhile but she was doing what she always wanted to do and when we saw your carrying bag laying on the grass we knew it was our chance to leave Barkerville forever. So we rolled on over to your blue bag and the flat cats helped us hop aboard. So, why did you run into the Lane? We were worried about you. Sky was quite worried. Well Kali I panicked. There were so many cats….granted they were mostly flats but they scared me. Well, we’re all here now and lets enjoy each others company.
Shoko – black
Sky – red violet
Willow – hot pink
Kali – orange
Aww….a nice relaxing Sunday. Time for a memory, a visit from next door and a selfie.
Yesterday we had visitors from the lower mainland stop by for a chat. The lower mainland is the Vancouver/ Vancouver Island area. These visitors were mom’s nephew (David) and his wife from Powell River. They seemed nice enough for peeps. When mom told me the story of when my Uncle David came and stayed with mom and dad….I really liked him then. He is my kind of guy. This story happened many, many years ago. Uncle David was 15 and mom was 25. Apparently, Uncle David was going through teenage stuff where his mom was a pain and so it was decided Uncle David needed a time out with mom and dad. This one particular day mom was out visiting with the lady that had mom’s chicken in a chicken coop with other chickens. BJ was mom’s chicken but I’m getting off the original story. Uncle David was kicking around mom and dad’s house. Doing stuff that only teenage boys would find interesting. Mom walked in the house and smelled something strange. She panicked and thought the sofa was smoldering in the livingroom. She ran into the livingroom to find Uncle David kicking back with a smoke in his mouth. Mom told him it stunk and what kind of tobacco was it. Uncle David said it was catnip! He said seeing the cats got such a reaction to catnip he thought he’d try it and get a kick too. So mom asked him if he got a, “kick” from the nip. To which Uncle David replied, “No, but my eyes are sure watering from the smell.” This kid had guts! Cow-kitty decided to pop over for a visit later. He was very vocal while walking about on the shed roof.
Of course being Sunday, it is Selfie Sunday Blog hop over at The Cat On My Head. Our entry this week is Shoko starring at Cow-kitty on the shed roof.